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Roman Holiday (1953)

Roman Holiday – IMDb 233/250

The next film on my list can say it started the career of Audrey Hepburn, so for that reason alone it deserves its place in the top 250 films of all time. 629 more words

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On Your Toes (1939)

After spending over fifteen years performing in a vaudeville act called “The Dancing Dolans” with his parents, Junior (Eddie Albert) has decided to strike out on his own and become a composer. 505 more words


Roman Holiday


My 3rd favorite Audrey film is Roman holiday.

It is my go to good feel film,it just makes me feel so happy and relaxed. I love the chemistry between her and Gregory Peck as well as with Eddie Albert,I thought that the 3 of them had a great bond throughout the entire film. 209 more words


Actors and Sin (1952) - reviewed by George

Ben Hecht was a two-time Academy Award winner for Best Screenplay, and he wrote all kinds of stuff: short stories, novels, nonfiction, plays, and screenplays. For this movie, he produced, wrote, and directed (his frequent collaborator Lee Garmes was co-director and Director of Photography). 657 more words


Recent Arrival for Rent/Sale at Movie Village

Attack!, 1956. Jack Palance’s character takes umbrage with the fact that men died because of his commander, played by Eddie Albert. This World War II movie also stars Buddy Ebsen and was directed by Robert Aldrich.

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Happy Birthday: Eddie Albert

Happy Birthday actor Eddie Albert

Born: Edward Albert Heimberger
April 22, 1906 in Rock Island, Illinois, USA

Died: May 26, 2005 (age 99) in Pacific Palisades, Los Angeles, California, USA… 49 more words

Eddie Albert, sentient tumbleweeds, and the ramblings of a deranged mind

“Thought has no language. We think in pictures and sensations. And then we translate these ideas into our own words and sentences.”

–Andy Thorne, played by Eddie Albert, in the “Cry of Silence”, …

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