Film review of the melodrama about a wealthy and naive young woman who is pursued by a handsome fortune hunter, starring Olivia de Havilland, Montgomery Clift, Ralph Richardson and Miriam Hopkins. 718 more words
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Epic and spectacular, They Died with Their Boots On can be considered as one of the best Westerns of the 1940s, a period of revival of the genre. 826 more words
Director – Richard Siodmak
Starring – Olivia de Havilland, Lew Ayres
At some level, we must concede that Michael Curtiz was more of a filmmaker of efficient craftmaking than superlative artistic ambition; this sense of getting-the-job-done pervades even his masterpiece, Casablanca, but gosh darn it, well-oiled-machine filmmaking has never been more delectable than Michael Curtiz filmmaking. 1,345 more words
Helmed by director William Wyler, The Heiress was originally a play by Ruth and Augustus Goetz based on Henry James’ Washington Square.
Set in 1850’s New York, It opens with our introduction to Catherine Sloper (Olivia de Havilland) and the people in the Sloper household.It is here we see her as the plain, shy woman who is undesirable to men. 489 more words