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Moving pictures 2016, #3

Continuing the, er, continuing series of blog posts on my movie-watching. Once againm a nother varied selection, not all of which were from the list. 1,095 more words

Films

Cult TV Essentials: The Four Just Men

The Four Just Men was a 1959 Sapphire Films production for ITC Entertainment. It ran for one season of 39 half-hour monochrome episodes.

The series, loosely based on a series of novels by Edgar Wallace, presents the adventures of four men who first meet while fighting in Italy during the Second World War. 119 more words

Cult TV

MONDAY FEBRUARY 8, 2016 " Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow "(1963). directed by VITTORIO DE SICA with Sophia Loren and Marcello Mastroianni

ONE DIRECTOR= VITTORIO DE SICA *****

TWO ACTORS=SOPHIA LOREN & MARCELLO MASTROIANNI  *****

THREE STORIES @ THREE DIFFERENT LOCATIONS  ******

FOUR WRITERS:   ALBERTO MORAVIA, EDUARDO DE FILIPPO, CESARE ZABATTINI, BILLA BILLA ***** 57 more words

Comedy

#93 (tie) - Madame de... (1953), dir. Max Ophüls

Max Ophüls kicked off his directorial career in his native Germany, but as so many other Jewish artists, he fled the Nazis in 1933 and eventually made his way to… 1,777 more words

Melodrama

Moving pictures, #39

Trying to get the last of these out of the way before Christmas. It doesn’t help that I’ve been watching a couple of films a night, more on the weekend. 1,549 more words

Films

The City in Fiction and Film, week 12

week 11

This was a nice gentle week, beginning with watching Passport to Pimlico (Henry Cornelius 1949) and then turning to other matters before discussing it. 1,149 more words

Film