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It's Dick Cavett's Birthday, aka, all the excuse I need to post the most amazing interview ever! Peter Falk, John Cassavetes, Ben Gazzara and copious amounts of alcohol

Cassavetes and Falk could do no wrong in my book. This interview merely adds to their legend.

Oh yeah… happy birthday, Dick. You deserve a medal for putting up with this!

Film

Rosemary’s Baby (1968) Film Review

Directed by Roman Polanski, Rosemary’s Baby, starring Mia Farrow and John Cassavetes, was an amazingly creepy movie filled with strange neighbors, demonic rituals, and tannis root. 334 more words

Horrendous Horror Movies

Crime in the Streets (1956) - Don Siegel

Despite the contrivances to be expected of the Hollywood juvenile delinquency flick – particularly in the idealized social worker – this male melo packs a strong emotional punch and gets in a few good references to the characters’ broader social situations. 26 more words

1950s

The Lelias

The Lelias

The film critic and scholar Ray Carney surmised that the work of independent filmmaker John Cassavetes was not given the critical acclaim it deserved because his films required the viewer to become involved. 863 more words

Una moglie

A woman under the influence(1974) – John Cassavetes / USA

Una moglie è un film del 1974 scritto e diretto da John Cassavetes. Il film mostra in maniera del tutto innovativa le problematiche del rapporto di coppia tra Mabel, madre di tre figli dal carattere molto fragile, e Nick operaio edile italo-americano. 410 more words

THE KILLING OF A CHINESE BOOKIE (1976)

Director of Photography: Mitch Breit and Al Ruban

Director: John Cassavetes

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