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Playlist for March 30, 2015

Selections from this episode include scores from a fair bit of politlcal thrillers, such as The Year of Living Dangerously, Z, The Killing Fields, & Philip Glass’s Kundun. 182 more words

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MAD MAX BEYOND THUNDERDOME – Maurice Jarre

THROWBACK THIRTY

Original Review by Jonathan Broxton

The third in director George Miller’s series of Mad Max movies, Beyond Thunderdome once again starred Mel Gibson and continued the adventures of the former Australian Highway Patrol officer Max Rockatansky, as he tries to survive in a post-apocalyptic society. 1,628 more words

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Omar Sharif

Why His Death Matters To Me

I was about 15 years old when I first saw David Lean’s epic movie Lawrence of Arabia, with Omar Sharif in the role of Th. 873 more words

People I Admire

Lara's Theme (Doctor Zhivago)

10 JUL 2015: LARA’S THEME (DOCTOR ZHIVAGO) (Maurice Jarre – 1965)
Some of you may know this musical masterpiece as “Somewhere My Love” sung by Andy Williams, Frank Sinatra, Johnny Mathis or many others but, its instrumental interpretation was composed as part of the original soundtrack for the movie Doctor Zhivago, making Jarre earn his second Academy Award in 1965, my year of birth. 166 more words

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Doctor Zhivago (1965, David Lean)

If the term (or is that genre?) ‘epic’ required an accompanying picture to go with a definition you’d be hard pressed to find a more appropriate one than of David Lean’s face. 379 more words

DOCTOR ZHIVAGO – Maurice Jarre

MOVIE MUSIC UK CLASSICS

Original Review by Craig Lysy

Doctor Zhivago was adapted by screenwriter Robert Bolt from the famous novel written by Boris Pasternak. The original manuscript was smuggled out of the Soviet Union in 1957 and awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1958. 3,112 more words

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The Ginger's Oscar Picks: Top 20 Original Score Academy Award Recipients

Hey all,

So this is the big week…the week leading up to the best event in February…and no I’m not talking about the Super Bowl, because that past. 2,288 more words

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