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True or False Trivia: Marathon Man

One of the fascinating pieces of trivia below is true*, the other is false. Do YOU know which is which?

Marathon Man (1976)

1) Producer Robert Evans was set upon getting Laurence Olivier to play the role of Szell. 287 more words

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MOVIE REVIEW | Sweet Bird of Youth (1962)


“Well, I may have done better… but God knows I have done worse.”

It’s always easy to look back at bygone eras in art and assume they were somehow different, even better.  491 more words

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Pop!: Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid

It does not take a historian to note how malnourished and jagged the late 1960s were in American society, or to point out the cataclysm that was the destruction of a nation who’s identity had for centuries been predicated on turning the other cheek and smoothing over tension with a facade of nationalist fervor and small-town boot-strap pulling. 1,698 more words

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100 Movies ... 100 Posts: #73. "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid" (1969)

This is post #28 in my series, 100 Movies … 100 Posts. In this ongoing series, I’m watching and writing about each film on the American Film Institute’s list of 100 greatest movies from #100 to #1. 1,820 more words

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NOBODY'S FOOL - Soundtrack Review

NOBODY’S FOOL composed by Howard Show.

   

Whilst not having seem this 1994 Paul Newman film, my research found that it’s quite a cherished film. A movie where not much happens visually but a whole lot happens in what is said. 414 more words

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Flashback Friday: Silver Fox Edition

Aging is inevitable. It happens drastically once each year, but really (and not to get existential here and bum you out), it’s happening with each passing moment. 530 more words

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