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Best Writing (Original): 1963

Official Nominations: How The West Was Won. 8 1/2. America, America. Love With The Proper Stranger. The Four Days Of Naples

While 8 1/2 is the more visionary and original film, I’m always fascinated and awed by epics – every facet of a true epic which spans generational time spans is appealing to me, from a pure entertainment viewing standpoint, to its creation. 239 more words

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John Wayne's Worst

The other day, there was an interesting comment on one of my posts. Andrew Petcher, who has a great blog, asked my opinion about John Wayne movies. 710 more words

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Best Music (Scoring): 1963

This year the category was split into Best Original And Best Adaptation Scores, but I’ve bunched them together:

Official Nominations: Tom Jones. Cleopatra. 55 Days At Peking. 707 more words

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Best Sound:1963

The categories for sound this year were split into mixing and editing, but I’ll bunch them together. This was the first year that the Sound Editing category appeared, with… 287 more words

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I've Got My Calendar Marked, Do You?

Today begins the Cinemark Classic Series for 2015 with a 75th Anniversary Screening of The Wizard of Oz (1939).  Though I can not make it out to the theater today, I have no need to worry.  51 more words

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Best Cinematography: 1963

Again this year the nominees were split into Colour and BW, but I’ve merged the two for my nominations:

Official Nominations: Colour: Cleopatra. How The West Was Won. 186 more words

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Just for fun... Kaye Spencer's favorite song #EQuills #MFRWauthors

What’s my favorite song? Stop by Prairie Rose Publications and find out what song it is. Follow this link: http://prairierosepublications.blogspot.com/2014/11/whats-your-favorite-song-by-kaye-spencer_12.html
Hint: It’s an Americanized rendition of an old English folk song made famous in a 1962 western movie.
Until next time,
Kaye
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