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Dallas (Stuart Heisler, 1950)

I’ve been watching a few 1950s Westerns lately, and enjoyed this gorgeously-filmed Technicolor offering from the start of the decade, starring Gary Cooper. It’s one of his lesser films, and rather uneven, with some unbelievable plot twists, but still a good role for him. 795 more words

Classic Movie

There never was a woman like (Miriam Hopkins') Gilda...

Inspired by Noel Coward’s classic stage comedy of the same name, Design For Living is one of Ernst Lubitsch’s most charming – albeit overlooked – films. 853 more words

Screen Goddess

IT (1927)

This screwball comedy with heart is directed by Clarence Badger and Josef von Sternberg (uncredited*). Starring Clara Bow as Betty Lou, the delightful shoppe girl who seeks to gain the affection of her wealthy employer Cyrus Waltham, gleefully portrayed by Antonio Moreno. 187 more words

Cinema Treats

Are We Not Standing At The Fountainhead?

Tonight I watched a film that moved me deeply, perhaps one of the greatest films I’ve seen since Network (1976).  They certainly don’t make them like they used to. 174 more words

Autonomy

Richard Zampella Announces Release of Newly Edited Blu-ray of "Inside High Noon" Doc Narrated by Frank Langella, Directed by John Mulholland

Richard Zampella, Producer Announces Release of New Blu-Ray Inside High Noon – Directors Cut. Narrated by Frank Langella. Written and Directed by John Mulholland

“INSIDE HIGH NOON” is a documentary on the 1952 film HIGH NOON – Starring “Gary Cooper” & “Grace Kelly.” The behind the scenes documentary is Written/Directed by: “John Mulholland,” narrated by “Frank Langella,” produced by “Richard Zampella” with on camera interviews with “President Bill Clinton,” “Tim Zinneman” (son of director Fred Zinneman) “Jonathan Foreman” (son of screenwriter Carl Foreman) “Crown Prince Albert of Monaco” (Grace Kelly’s son) “Maria Cooper” (Gary Cooper’s daughter) “Brian Garfield,” “Lee Clark Mitchell,” “Stephen Prince,” and “Meir Ribalow.” 576 more words

Richard Zampella

Trying Hard to Look like Gary Cooper - High Noon (1952)

Super-duper.  So this is the story of a lawman (Gary Cooper) who has decided to hang up the badge and holster, get married and retire.  The new law doesn’t arrive until a few days out, and on his last day on the job, he must make a change of plans when killer Frank Miller (Ian MacDonald) gets released from prison and is due into town on the noon train.   392 more words

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