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Film Noir: A Woman's Secret (1949)

Film Noir: A Woman’s Secret (1949)

Directed by: Nicholas Ray

Based on a novel by: Vicki Baum

Screenplay by: Herman J. Mankiewicz

Actors: Maureen O’Hara, Gloria Grahame, Melvyn Douglas… 168 more words

American Film Noir 1940's

Greta Garbo as "Ninotchka" (1939) - reviewed by George

Now this is a picture directed by Ernst Lubitsch that has “the Lubitsch touch”. It’s a light romantic comedy with political overtones. Or maybe it’s a political satire disguised as a light romantic comedy. 978 more words

Movies

Changeling, The (1980)

Dir:- Peter Medak

Starr:- George C. Scott, Trish Van Devere, Melvyn Douglas, Jean Marsh, John Colicos

Scr:- Russell Hunter, William Gray, Diana Maddox

DOP:- Jon Coquillon… 1,182 more words

Exhumed From The Vaults

Hud (1963)

  • Paul Newman in black & white? In Texas? Yes, please.
  • Melvyn (Douglas) is awesome in this movie. As is his mustache.
  • Great exchange:

Lon (Brandon de Wilde): What are you holding against Hud, Grandad? 213 more words

1960s

The Old Dark House (1932)

Based on a novel written by J.B. Priestley, James Whale made a film which is another fantastic story to behold, one which is only one hour and twelve minuets and does not have any filler which gives no time to ever being bored or uninterested in the film. 623 more words

Film

Ghost Story

Film Title

Ghost Story

Director

John Irvin

Starring

  • Fred Astaire as Rick Hawthorne
  • John Houseman as Sears James
  • Melvyn Douglas as John Jaffrey
  • Douglas Fairbanks Jr as Edward Wanderley…
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Movie Reviews

Movie Quote of the Day - A Woman's Secret, 1949 (dir. Nicholas Ray)

Luke Jordan: You said something about “Ever since you came to New York.” Where do you come from?
Susan Caldwell: Azusa. Azusa, California.
Luke Jordan:

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Movie Quote Of The Day