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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

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A LENDA DE CUSTER - 2

A BATALHA DE LITTLE BIG HORN NO CINEMA

No cinema, um dos exemplos mais emblemáticos da dualidade entre a História e a Lenda — que, no caso do general Custer, atingiu proporções míticas, fomentadas pelos seus mais fervorosos biógrafos, para quem este nome ecoa através dos tempos “como uma espadeirada”  —, foi o filme de Raoul Walsh… 544 more words

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Lady in a Cage

Film Title

Lady in a Cage

Director

Walter E. Grauman

Starring

  • Olivia de Havilland as Mrs. Hilyard
  • James Caan as Randall
  • Jeff Corey as George…
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Movie Reviews

Best picture winner 12: Gone With the Wind (1939)

Directed by: Victor Fleming (won Oscar)
Screenplay by: Sidney Howard (won Oscar)
Starring: Vivien Leigh (won Oscar), Clark Gable (nominated), Olivia de Havilland (nominated), Leslie Howard… 583 more words

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Retro Sharkbait Village: The Screaming Woman

The leather lesbian nuns who raised me buried many a thing in that veiny backyard, behind our dungeon, as I grew up. But, I tell you every single one of those priests (and unrepentant Republican house speakers) truly deserved it! 325 more words

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Trivial Matters #30 - Oscar Siblings

If the Internet is to be believed, today is Sibling(s) Day (a.k.a. Parents’ Poor Financial Decisions Day). Coming from a family of four, this is a particularly meaningful day for me, and also for my three sisters; when I called my oldest sister and told her about this article, before hanging up she allowed me to post the photo below, albeit begrudgingly and with the caveat that I do not use her name. 742 more words

Oscars

Libel (1959) - reviewed by George

Olivia de Havilland gets top billing over Dirk Bogarde in the print I saw on TCM, but I feel sure that the billing was reversed in England, where this film was shot by director Anthony Asquith. 411 more words

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