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The Joel McCrea Blogathon: South Of St. Louis (1949).

Directed by Ray Enright
Written by Zachary Gold and James R. Webb
Director Of Photography: Karl Freund, ASC
Film Editor: Clarence Kolster
Music by Max Steiner… 968 more words


November 5: Happy Birthday Tilda Swinton and Vivien Leigh

Tilda Swinton turns 56 today.  Shortly after graduating from Cambridge she began working on stage, joining the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1984.  Her earliest film roles were in several films from British avant-garde director Derek Jarman; she also starred in Sally Potter’s adaptation of Virginia Woolf’s… 1,354 more words

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The Joel McCrea Blogathon: The Outriders (1950) By Guest Blogger Blake Lucas.

Directed by Roy Rowland
Produced by Richard Goldstone
Story and Screenplay by Irving Ravetch
Cinematography: Charles Schoenbaum
Art Direction: Preston Ames and Cedric Gibbons
Set Decoration: Edwin B. 1,862 more words


The Joel McCrea Blogathon: The Most Dangerous Game (1932) By Guest Blogger Jerry Entract.

Directed by Irving Pichel and Ernest B. Schoedsack
Produced by Merian C. Cooper and David O. Selznick
Screenplay by Richard Connell and James Ashmore Creelman… 500 more words


The Joel McCrea Blogathon: Stranger On Horseback (1955) By Guest Blogger Allen Smithee.

Directed by Jacques Tourneur
Screenplay by Herb Meadow and Don Martin
From a novel by Louis L’Amour
Cinematographer: Ray Rennahan
Film Editor: William B. Murphy… 1,018 more words


The Joel McCrea Blogathon.

The character Joel McCrea played in so many of his Westerns was a confident, moral man — absolutely true to his word (even when he was an outlaw). 298 more words

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The Joel McCrea Blogathon: Ride The High Country (1962) By Guest Blogger Jerry Entract.

Directed by Sam Peckinpah
Produced by Richard E. Lyons
Screenplay by N.B. Stone, Jr.
Cinematography: Lucien Ballard
Film Editor: Frank Santillo
Music by George Bassman… 771 more words

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