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#hap2014 - 206 - Holden IV

‘Where?’ she asked me – excited as hell. ‘Where?’

‘Aw, you just missed him. He just went out Why didn’t you look when I told you?’ 120 more words


50s Westerns DVD News #155: Man Of The West (1958).

Buy this Blu-ray or Cooper gets it!

One of the toughest, slimiest, most brutal and just plain best-est 50s Westerns of them all, Anthony Mann’s… 191 more words

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Fingers at the Window (1942)

If one joined this movie just after the opening credits came to a close you would probably get the feeling that you were watching a Universal Studios thriller in the vein of the 1941 old dark house film The Black Cat. 488 more words

Daily Take

Anthony Mann's Man of the West (1958)

Man of the West by Anthony Mann is a gritty, intense, unpredictable western with beautiful locations, art direction, and sets.  It was shot in California. It lives in desert, in forest, in shadowy cabins. 987 more words

Academy Monday - Interview: Henry Hathaway talks Gary Cooper, 'Lives of a Bengal Lancer'

Henry Hathaway (March 13, 1898 – February 11, 1985) was an American film director and producer. He is best known as a director of Westerns… 920 more words

Seminal Cinema Outfit

Leading Men In A Film - If I Wrote The Script

I love discussing trivial matters over some wine and cheese with friends on a Friday evening after work, aiming to unwind. One discussion, often brought up is – who’d be the leading man and woman in your film if you were in charge of it all, script writing and directing. 11 more words

Thoughts On Writing