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Hold Back the Dawn (1941)

Hold Back the Dawn was written by the winning combination of Billy Wilder and Charles Brackett, but the director was actually Mitchell Leisen. That was the last time Wilder would let someone else take hold of his work. 680 more words

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Anthology Podcast - 003 - Walking Distance/Escape Clause (The Twilight Zone Season 1)

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This week, Matt reviews and analyzes episodes 5 and 6 from The Twilight Zone’s first season: … 182 more words

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A Cavernous Moo

I think I’m going to start quoting lines of text from Preston Sturges scripts. We can enjoy the dialogue by watching the films, but only by owning the pricey published scripts can we get the added benefit of the scene descriptions. 119 more words

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Anthology Podcast - 002 - Mr. Denton on Doomsday/The Sixteen-Millimeter Shrine (The Twilight Zone Season 1)

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This week, Matt reviews and analyzes episodes 3 and 4 from The Twilight Zone’s first season: … 177 more words

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Midnight (1939)

Director: Mitchell Leisen

Director Mitchell Leisen first came to Hollywood as an art director and costume designer, a fact that can often be seen in his opulent productions which showcase the glamorous art deco sets and elegant gowns that Paramount became known for. 172 more words

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The Big Broadcast of 1937 (1936)

Director: Mitchell Leisen

Jack Benny fills the roll of the manager of a troubled radio station in The Big Broadcast of 1937, the third in a series of… 179 more words

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The Big Broadcast of 1938 (1938)

Director: Mitchell Leisen

The last in Paramount’s series of Big Broadcast revue films, The Big Broadcast of 1938 marks the passing of a generation as W.C. 222 more words

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