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#FeministClassics: 'The Heiress'

Olivia de Havilland, who you might know as Melanie from Gone with the Wind, recently celebrated her 100th birthday. The occasion reminded me of a movie I saw a few years back at The TCM Classic Film Festival – William Wyler’s 1949 classic… 933 more words

Seen At The TCM Film Festival

Review: Red River (1948)

Any conversation on quintessential American Westerns certainly has to at least consider Red River. It has genre mainstay John Wayne in one of his most stirring performances, a moody precursor to… 825 more words


Mom Takes a Trip - Chapter 15

Mom decided to visit her mother, and told us that she’d be gone for the weekend. After their discussion, it came as no surprise to either dad or me, and it was something of a relief that she chose to do so. 1,713 more words

Stories - The Girl Next Door

2. I Confess (1953)

Dir: Alfred Hitchcock

Cast: Montgomery Clift, Anne Baxter, Karl Madden, O.E. Hasse, Dolly Haas

Writers: William Archibald and George Tabori

“Be courageous, and go to confession” stressed Pope Francis two years ago. 513 more words

Film Review

I CONFESS (1952): "You can't tell them, as long as you're a priest. Can you?"

I CONFESS (1952) – Warner Brothers – ★★★

Black and White – 91 minutes – 1.37:1 aspect ratio

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock

Principal cast:  Montgomery Clift ( 1,764 more words

Alfred Hitchcock

Best Picture Revisited: From Here to Eternity (1953)

The Best Picture winner of 1953, From Here to Eternity, could have been a major failure. Burt Lancaster and Frank Sinatra were not known for dramas. 1,373 more words

Best Picture Revisited

The Heiress.

The Heiress is a 1949 American drama film directed by William Wyler and starring Olivia de Havilland as Catherine Sloper, Montgomery Clift as Morris Townsend, and Ralph Richardson as Dr. 521 more words