The Devil Doll (1936)
Director: Tod Browning
Main Stars: Lionel Barrymore, Maureen O’Sullivan, Frank Lawton
Storyline: A lunatic and a banker uses mini people to grant revenge against the ones that fraud him. 267 more words
Alfred Hitchcock’s 14th film is based on a John Galsworthy work, Adapted and Directed by Hitchcock with a Scenario by Alma Reville.
It’s a story of two families and the conflicts that keep them at loggerheads with each other, but on a deeper level it’s the story of two philosophies – two ways of looking at the world, and it’s is up to the individual audience member to decide who is in the right. 426 more words
Cavalcade is definitely one of your lesser known Best Picture winners, and after watching it, that doesn’t really surprise me. It’s a film that deals with the turmoil of British society from the turn of the century to now (meaning 1933 when the film was released) and one family’s determination to carry on through it all. 1,134 more words