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Saturday, August 19, 2017

Peter Ustinov, Bette Davis, David Niven, Angela Lansbury, Maggie Smith, Diana Rigg, James Mason






Death on the Nile (1978)

    Peter Ustinov as Hercule Poirot
    Jane Birkin as Louise Bourget
    Lois Chiles as Linnet Ridgeway Doyle
    Bette Davis as Marie Van Schuyler
    Mia Farrow as Jacqueline de Bellefort
    Jon Finch as James Ferguson
    Olivia Hussey as Rosalie Otterbourne
    George Kennedy as Andrew Pennington
    Angela Lansbury as Salome Otterbourne
    Simon MacCorkindale as Simon Doyle
    David Niven as Colonel Race
    Maggie Smith as Miss Bowers
    Jack Warden as Dr. Bessner
    I. S. Johar as Mr. Choudhury
    Harry Andrews as Barnstaple
    Sam Wanamaker as Rockford
    Celia Imrie as a maid (uncredited)
    Saeed Jaffrey as a servant on the Karnak (uncredited)

Death on the Nile won the Academy Award for Best Costume Design at the 51st Academy Awards.

Evil Under the Sun (1982)

    Peter Ustinov as Hercule Poirot, the famous Belgian detective
    Maggie Smith as Daphne Castle, the owner of the island resort
    Colin Blakely as Sir Horace Blatt, a millionaire industrialist
    Diana Rigg as glamorous actress Arlena Stuart Marshall
    Denis Quilley as Kenneth Marshall, Arlena's husband
    Emily Hone as Linda Marshall, Kenneth's teenage daughter from an earlier marriage
    Roddy McDowall as Rex Brewster, a pompous writer and theatre critic
    James Mason and Sylvia Miles as Odell and Myra Gardener, New York City theatrical producers
    Nicholas Clay and Jane Birkin as Patrick and Christine Redfern

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Natalie Wood, Ann-Margret, Robert Wagner, Treat Williams, Laurence Olivier



A Streetcar Named Desire (1984)

A Streetcar Named Desire is a 1984 American made-for-television drama film directed by John Erman and based on the 1947 play of the same name by Tennessee Williams. The film stars Ann-Margret and Treat Williams and originally premiered on ABC on March 4, 1984.

Cast
Ann-Margret as Blanche DuBois
Treat Williams as Stanley Kowalski
Beverly D'Angelo as Stella DuBois Kowalski
Randy Quaid as Harold 'Mitch' Mitchell

In 1984 the film won four Emmy Awards, and was nominated for Outstanding Drama/Comedy Special, and acting awards for Ann-Margret, D'Angelo and Quaid. 1985 Ann-Margret won a Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actress In A Mini-series or Motion Picture Made for Television, where the film was also nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Miniseries or Television Film and the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Miniseries or Television Film for Williams.







Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1976) Natalie Wood, Robert Wagner, Laurence Olivier

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof was produced, starring the then husband-and-wife team of Natalie Wood and Robert Wagner, and featuring Laurence Olivier as Big Daddy and Maureen Stapleton as Big Mama.

In this period, Wood had more success in television, receiving high ratings and critical acclaim in 1979 for The Cracker Factory and especially the miniseries film Here to Eternity, with Kim Basinger and William Devane. Wood's performance in the latter won her a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in 1980. Later that year, she starred in The Memory of Eva Ryker
(1980), which proved to be her last completed production.

The Last Married Couple in America is a 1980 comedy film released in the US.

It was directed by Gilbert Cates, whose most successful film Oh, God! Book II, was released in the same year. The film starred George Segal and Natalie Wood as a California couple in the late 1970s struggling to maintain their "happily married" status as all their friends begin to get divorces and seem to be caught up in the decadence of the sexual revolution and the "ME" era. This is the last completed theatrical release Natalie Wood made before her death in 1981.

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Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Two Monks - Dos monjes (1934) & The Vampire - El Vampiro (1957)


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Rhonda Fleming in Serpent of the Nile (1953) Raymond Burr & Julie Newmar


Rhonda Fleming in Serpent of the Nile (1953) Raymond Burr & Julie Newmar

Stars: Rhonda Fleming, William Lundigan, Raymond Burr, Jean Byron, Michael Ansara, Michael Fox, Julie Newmar

The technicolor process is at it's finest and Rhonda Fleming is at the very peak of her beauty.  She is dressed by Jean Louis.

Director: William Castle; Writer: Robert E. Kent (story and screenplay)

Filmed on sets left over from the Columbia superfeature Salome (also using stock footage from that film), Serpent of the Nile is a retelling of the Cleopatra-Mark Antony story. The Queen of Egypt is played by Rhonda Fleming, while Antony is essayed by Raymond Burr.

Listed at the bottom of the cast is one "Julie Newmeyer" as a gold-painted exotic dancer: she later gained famed as Julie Newmar.

Serpent of the Nile enjoyed a resurgence of TV popularity in 1963, when the Elizabeth Taylor version of Cleopatra was breaking box office records.


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Friday, July 21, 2017

Just Imagine (1930) Maureen O’Sullivan, El Brendel






Just Imagine (1930) Maureen O’Sullivan, El Brendel - futuristic tale of the 1980s!

Just Imagine is a 1930 American pre-Code science fiction musical-comedy film, directed by David Butler. The film is known for its art direction and special effects in its portrayal of New York City in an imagined 1980. Just Imagine stars El Brendel, Maureen O'Sullivan, John Garrick and Marjorie White. The "man from 1930" was played by El Brendel, an ethnic vaudeville comedian of a forgotten type: the Swedish immigrant.

The film starts with a preamble showing life in 1880, where the people believed themselves the "last word in speed". It switches to 1930, with the streets crowded with automobiles and lined with electric lights and telephone wires. It then switches to 1980, where the tenement houses have morphed into 250-story buildings, connected by suspension bridges and multi-lane elevated roads.

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CLARA BOW Helen’s Babies (1924) & The Plastic Age (1925)

 


Helen’s Babies (1924) starring Baby Peggy Montgomery with Clara Bow 2nd bill
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Friday, July 14, 2017

Abel Gance's J'ACCUSE (1919) NAPOLEON (1927)





Abel Gance NAPOLEON (1927)

Napolhão is a 1927 silent French epic film written, produced, and directed by Abel Gance that tells the story of Napoleon's early years. On screen, the title is Napoléon vu par Abel Gance, meaning "Napoleon as seen by Abel Gance". The film is recognised as a masterwork of fluid camera motion, produced in a time when most camera shots were static. Many innovative techniques were used to make the film, including fast cutting, extensive close-ups, a wide variety of hand-held camera shots, location shooting, point of view shots, multiple-camera setups, multiple exposure, superimposition, underwater camera, kaleidoscopic images, film tinting, split screen and mosaic shots, multi-screen projection, and other visual effects

A revival of Napoléon in the mid-1950s influenced the filmmakers of the French New Wave.

The film begins in Brienne-le-Château with youthful Napoleon attending military school where he manages a snowball fight like a military campaign, yet he suffers the insults of other boys. It continues a decade later with scenes of the French Revolution and Napoleon's presence at the periphery as a young army lieutenant. He returns to visit his family home in Corsica but politics shift against him and put him in mortal danger. He flees, taking his family to France. Serving as an officer of artillery in the Siege of Toulon, Napoleon's genius for leadership is rewarded with a promotion to brigadier general. Jealous revolutionaries imprison Napoleon but then the political tide turns against the Revolution's own leaders. Napoleon leaves prison, forming plans to invade Italy. He falls in love with the beautiful Joséphine de Beauharnais. The emergency government charges him with the task of protecting the National Assembly. Succeeding in this he is promoted to Commander-in-Chief of the Army of the Interior, and he marries Joséphine. He takes control of the army which protects the French–Italian border, and propels it to victory in an invasion of Italy.

Gance planned for Napoléon to be the first of six films about Napoleon's career, a chronology of great triumph and defeat ending in Napoleon's death in exile on the island of Saint Helena. After the difficulties encountered in making the first film, Gance realised that the costs involved would make the full project impossible.

Napoléon was first released in a gala at the Palais Garnier (then the home of the Paris Opera) on 7 April 1927. Napoléon had been screened in only eight European cities when Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer bought the rights to it, but after screening it in London, it was cut drastically in length, and only the central panel of the three-screen Polyvision sequences was retained before it was put on limited release in the United States. There, the film was indifferently received at a time when talkies were just starting to appear. 

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J'accuse (1919) is a French silent film directed by Abel Gance. It juxtaposes a romantic drama with the background of the horrors of World War I, and it is sometimes described as a pacifist or anti-war film.

Work on the film began in 1918, and some scenes were filmed on real battlefields. The film's powerful depiction of wartime suffering, and particularly its climactic sequence of the "return of the dead", made it an international success, and confirmed Gance as one of the most important directors in Europe.


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