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14. "Only Angels Have Wings", Howard Hawks (1939)

Part of The 100 Greatest Movies I’ve Ever Seen list

Only Angels Have Wings

dir. Howard Hawks scr. Howard Hawks and Jules Furthman cin. Joseph Walker and Paul Mantz  205 more words

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NOW A PAPER STAR

‘Twas the golden years of movie stars—the 1940s and 50s

In every city, town, nook, and cranny

Somebody knew their name.

They lived in health, wealth, and luxury… 114 more words

Roomful of Mirrors: Orson Welles' THE LADY FROM SHANGHAI (Columbia 1947)

For my money, THE LADY FROM SHANGHAI is the perfect film noir, a tour de force by producer/writer/director/star Orson Welles that assaults the senses and keeps the viewer enthralled at all times. 848 more words

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Roomful of Mirrors: Orson Welles' THE LADY FROM SHANGHAI (Columbia 1947)

For my money, THE LADY FROM SHANGHAI is the perfect film noir, a tour de force by producer/writer/director/star Orson Welles that assaults the senses and keeps the viewer enthralled at all times. 848 more words

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Angels Over Broadway (1940)

Based on the title alone and the casting of the undeniably photogenic Rita Hayworth, I had myself convinced to give this musical from Columbia Pictures a shot. 768 more words

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"GILDA" Screening at the Cine-Club

GILDA“, by  Charles Vidor starring Rita Hayworth is predicted within the cine-club program in September.

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