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A Farewell To Arms

A Farewell to Arms (1932) Director: Frank Borzage

This interpretation of Hemingway’s famous novel starrs Gary Cooper -who also starred in the 1943 version of Hemingway’s… 198 more words


The Snoop Sisters (1972-1974)


This is a recommendation that will probably appeal to only a small number of people.
The Snoop Sisters (1972-1974) is a 5-part TV series that would be an ideal gift for that… 835 more words

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Helen Hayes

Helen Hayes was born on 10 October 1900 (-17 March 1993). She was an American actress who was presented with the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1986. 11 more words


Quick Quotes #150

Why endeavor to straighten the road of life? The faster we travel, the less there is to see.  – Helen Hayes

In English- Please.

Anastasia (1956, Anatole Litvak)

Anastasia manages that fine line between being dramatic and a constant delight. Ingrid Bergman’s performance is magnificent, with Arthur Laurents’s screenplay–and Litvak’s direction of her–never quite letting the viewer in. 520 more words


Notorious: Celebrating the Ingrid Bergman Centenary: Anastasia (1956) ★★★★★

Is it possible to transform yourself from being lost, abandoned, feared and vulnerable into strong, self-confident, and a woman full of energy who is about to conquer the world as Grand Duchess Anastasia? 493 more words

Movie Reviews

Love and Eternity

Love is perhaps the only glimpse we are permitted of eternity.

Helen Hayes, “Reader’s Digest”, May 1996