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I Married a Witch (1942)

It’s very cliché to say that a film is “ahead of its time,” but I can’t think of a better way to describe René Clair’s comedy, … 555 more words


Stephen Boyd and Susan Hayward in "Woman Obsessed", 1959

Stephen filmed “Woman Obsessed’ with Academy Award winning actress Susan Hayward for 20th Century Fox in late 1958, just after he had finished working on “Ben Hur” at Cinecittà Studios in Italy for MGM. 365 more words

Stephen Boyd

[Last Film I Watched] I Married a Witch (1942)

Title: I Married a Witch
Year: 1942
Country: USA
Language: English
Genre: Comedy, Fantasy, Romance
Director: René Clair
Robert Pirosh
Marc Connelly
based on the novel THE PASSIONATE WITCH by Thorne Smith… 443 more words

Film Review

Henry Hathaway At The 54th New York Film Festival.

The lineup for the 54th New York Film Festival — which runs from September 30 to Octoebr 16 — includes a terrific Henry Hathaway retrospective… 106 more words

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Canyon Passage (1946)

opinion: Monsieur Tourneur worked in a variety of genres and Canyon Passage (1946) was his first major Western and his first color movie. It´s a “melodrama western” with triangular love stories, gambling, murder and a pessimistic end. 304 more words


Rawhide ... 1951

Rawhide … 1951

Tom Owens (Tyrone Power) is the clean-cut and sophisticated gentlemen son of the Eastern Division Manager of the Overland Mail Company, J. C. 74 more words

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Your Weekly, Sunday Interlude: "Valley of the Dolls"

As a straight woman, I may know way too much about the cult classic, Jacqueline Suzann’s novel “Valley of the Dolls” and subsequent movie that is as campy as it gets. 148 more words

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