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Montgomery Clift’s Pedigreed Upper East Side Townhouse Could Be Yours

If there’s anyone looking to fix up a cocktail precisely where Montgomery Clift did, look no further than the Upper East Side.

More specifically, 217 East 61st Street… 374 more words

Manhattan Transfers

Masculinity in Red River (1948)

The name John Wayne immediately evokes images of a tough, American Western hero. His character’s ooze testosterone and are considered by some the epitome of manhood. 610 more words

Pic of the Day: From Here to Eternity (1953)

(Above) French-language poster for Fred Zinnemann’s 1953 Best Picture winner From Here to Eternity, an advert immortalizing Burt Lancaster and Deborah Kerr’s adulterous oceanside kiss. 237 more words

Posters And Cover Art


United Artists/ Twentieth Century Pictures
Montgomery Clift, Myrna Loy, Deloris Hart, Maureen Stapleton

Nathanial West is not for the faint of heart! His novels are brutal, soul crushing depictions of life in the United States during the… 1,007 more words


I Confess : Hitchcock in Quebec

Today, except from the fact that I was working at 10:30 and really was about to slap someone in the face, today is really one of my most favourite days of the year? 2,201 more words


The Weight of 'A Place in the Sun'

I didn’t always like A Place in the Sun. In fact, I pretty adamantly hated it. I still remember the first time I saw it. 1,097 more words


The Heiress

The Heiress, 1949, Paramount Pictures. Starring Olivia de Havilland, Montgomery Clift. Directed by William Wyler. B&W, 116 minutes.

Shy, naïve and devoted to the father who wants little to do with her, Catherine Sloper (Olivia de Havilland) is easily taken in by the charms of handsome Morris Townsend (Montgomery Clift), who sets out to win her heart with every step he knows to take. 413 more words

Classic Films