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What WWII Films Are Missing: The Young Lions

The Young Lions doesn’t hold the reputation which several similar World War II films maintain, but it deserves an equally prestigious stature based on how it depicts very relevant yetunder-discussed issues. 940 more words

The Young Lions

REVIEW: "The Heiress"

At times William Wyler’s “The Heiress” comes across as an extravagant stage production. That makes sense since it was adapted from the popular 1947 Broadway play. 562 more words


Terminal Station aka Indiscretion of an American Wife (1953)

Click on the tab above to read the Short Review of TERMINAL STATION and INDISCRETION OF AN AMERICAN WIFE (1953), directed by Vittorio De Sica, with Montgomery Clift, Jennifer Jones and Richard Beymer.

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HitchcOctober Day 27: I Confess

Father Michael Logan (Montcomery Clift) is in a bit of a pickle. A man in his town has just been murdered and, immediately afterwards, the culprit – Otto Keller (O. 700 more words


Stage to Screen Blogathon: The Heiress (1949)

This post is part of the Stage to Screen Blogathon, hosted by Rachel’s Theatre Reviews and The Rosebud Cinema.

The 1949 film The Heiress is an adaptation of the 1947 play of the same name by Augustus and Ruth Goetz, which in turn is an adaptation of the 1880 novella Washington Square by Henry James. 1,548 more words


Classic Hollywood Birthdays

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Classic Hollywood Birthdays

Happy Birthday Montgomery Clift

Today would have been Montgomery Clift’s 94th birthday.  His life seemed to be full of super highs and super lows and I think that makes the best life story.  300 more words