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Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Escape from East Berlin (1962) Christine Kaufmann




Escape from East Berlin (1962)
Christine Kaufmann, Don Murray, Werner Klemperer
Directed by Robert Siodmak

In January of 1962, 29 East Berliners escaped to West Berlin via a tunnel they had dug beneath the Berlin Wall, led by Erwin Becker, a chauffeur in the car pool of the East Germany Parliament, who served as technical adviser on this film.

The film opens with Karl Schroeder (Don Murray), chauffeur to an East German Major, seeing a friend killed as he tried to drive his truck through the wall, He is persuaded by the friend's sister, Erika Jurgens (Christine Kaufmann), and his own family to engineer an attempt to make an escape to the Western sector of the city by digging a tunnel under the wall which is close to their home.

Their efforts to evade the suspicions of the East German police, their fear of betrayal by inquisitive neighbors and the exhaustion of the digging are only a few of the difficulties faced by the group.

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Saturday, October 1, 2011

MARILYN MONROE Ladies Of The Chorus (1948) Adele Jergens & Clash by Night (1952) Barbara Stanwyck





Ladies Of The Chorus (1948) Adele Jergens, Marilyn Monroe

Ladies of the Chorus is a 1948 Hollywood film produced by Columbia Pictures. It stars Marilyn Monroe in an early role as Peggy Martin a dancer who falls in love with a wealthy man. Her mother, May, a former burlesque star (Adele Jergens) worries about the class difference between the two and wonders if her daughter will be happy. The film was directed by Phil Karlson.

Marilyn sings Every Baby Needs a Da Da Daddy and Anyone Can See I Love You.
This film was not a success, and thus Marilyn's contract was not renewed.

Directed by Phil Karlson
Produced by Harry A. Romm
Written by Joseph Carole (screenplay), Harry Sauber (story and screenplay)
Starring Adele Jergens, Marilyn Monroe, Rand Brooks, Eddie Garr, Nana Bryant, Melinda Plowman, Gladys Blake
Music by Mischa Bakaleinikoff
Cinematography, Frank Redman
Editing by Richard Fantl
Distributed by Columbia Pictures
Release date: 22 October 1948 (U.S. release)
Running time 61 min.

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Clash by Night (1952)

Clash by Night is a 1952 American drama film with some film noir aspects, directed by Fritz Lang and starring Barbara Stanwyck, Paul Douglas, Robert Ryan, Marilyn Monroe and Keith Andes. 

The movie was based on the play by Clifford Odets, adapted by writer Alfred Hayes. This was the first film in which Monroe was credited before the movie's title, albeit with fourth billing.

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Wallace Reid ~ Carmen (1915) Roaring Road (1919) & Excuse My Dust (1920) DVD








Wallace Reid ~ Carmen (1915) Roaring Road (1919) & Excuse My Dust (1920) 1 DVD

Carmen (1915) Geraldine Farrar & Wallace Reid
Directed, Produced & Written by Cecil B. DeMille
Cinematography, Alvin Wyckoff
Editing by Anne Bauchens, Cecil B. DeMille
Release date: 31 October 1915

Geraldine Farrar - Carmen
Wallace Reid - Don Jose
Pedro de Cordoba - Escamillo
Horace B. Carpenter - Pastia
William Elmer - Morales
Jeanie Macpherson - Gypsy girl
Anita King - Gypsy girl
Milton Brown - Garcia
Tex Driscoll
Raymond Hatton - Spectator at Bullfight (uncredited)


Carmen is a 1915 silent drama film directed by Cecil B. DeMille. It is based on the novella by Prosper Mérimée. The existing versions of this film appear to be from the 1918, re-edited release.

The Roaring Road (1919) is a silent film action romance produced by Famous Players-Lasky and distributed by Paramount Pictures. It is taken from the short stories by Byron Morgan; Junkpile Sweepstakes, Undertaker's Handicap and Roaring Road.
This film was so successful that it spawned a sequel, Excuse My Dust from stories by the same author.

Excuse My Dust is a 1920 silent film action comedy produced by Famous Players-Lasky and distributed by Paramount Pictures. It is taken from a Saturday Evening Post short story The Bear Trap by Byron Morgan, who penned stories for the previous year's The Roaring Road.
Sam Wood directed Wallace Reid in one of Reid's most popular auto-racing pictures. Reid's young son, Wallace Jr., makes his first screen appearance here. This film is preserved in the Library of Congress.

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Light of Asia (1925) Shiraz (1928) Throw of Dice (1929) Seeta Devi COMPLETE 3 DVD Trilogy




Original Scores by Brian Pinette

The Light of Asia (1925)
A 1925 silent film, directed by Franz Osten and Himansu Rai. It was film adapted from the book, The Light of Asia (1879) in verse, by Edwin Arnold, based on the life of Prince Gautama Buddha, who after enlightenment became the Buddha, the learned one. (a/k/a Die Leuchte Asiens in German)

The film was an Indo-European co-production, with German technicians and Indian actors, and it managed to steer clear of the usual exotic depiction of Indian culture favoured by western filmmakers up until then. It was made with the cooperation of the Maharajah of Jaipur and contained a cast of thousands. Shooting took place in Lahore, in what is now Pakistan, where the set decoration was created by Devika Rani, the wife of actor/director Himanshu Rai and a noted actress herself. The film was released in the USA by the Film Arts Guild on 11 May 1928.

Starring Seeta Devi, Himansu Rai, Sarada Ukil
Directed by Franz Osten, Himansu Rai
Produced by Great Eastern Film Corporation / Münchner Lichtspielkunst AG
Written by Edwin Arnold (story), Niranjan Pal (screenplay)
Cinematography, Willi Kiermeier and Josef Wirsching.
Distributed by Münchner Lichtspielkunst AG / Great Eastern Film Corporation
Release date: 22 October 1925 (Germany)
Running time: 97 min
mansu Rai Film, Universum Film (UFA)
Runtime: 97 min

A Throw of Dice- Prapancha Pash (1929) Seeta Devi

A silent film by German-born director, Franz Osten, based on an episode from the Indian epic The Mahabharata.
Franz Osten made 19 films in India between 1926 and 1939, and the film formed the final part of a trilogy of Indo-German productions, between Franz Osten and Indian actor-producer Himanshu Rai, the other films being Prem Sanyas (1925) and Shiraz (1928). After a gap, Osten returned to India, and worked with Bombay Talkies formed by Rai. Soon, during the production of Kangan (The Bangle) in 1939, Osten, a member of the Nazi Party, was arrested by British colonial officials and held through to the end of the World War II.
The film has been in the British Film Institute (BFI)’s archives since 1945, though rarely seen. In 2006, the film was digitally restored, in honour of the 60th anniversary of Indian independence, and re-released at the Luminato Festival, Toronto, Canada, on 13 June 2008, with a new orchestral score by British Indian composer, Nitin Sawhney. The United States release occurred on 30 July 2008 during Grant Park Music Festival at the Jay Pritzker Pavilion in Chicago, Illinois.

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Starring Seeta Devi, Himansu Rai, Charu Roy, Modhu Bose
Directed by Franz Osten
Produced by Nadine Luque, Tim Pearce, Himansu Rai, Bruce Wolfe
Written by W.A Burton, Max Jungk, Niranjan Pal (story) ... Cinematography, Emil Schünemann
Country: Germany, British India, United Kingdom ... Release date: 16 August 1929
Running time: 74 min

Shiraz (1928)
A historical romance set in the Mughal Empire. Selima (Enakshi) is a princess-foundling raised by a potter and loved by her brother...

Stars: Himansu Rai, Charu Roy and Seeta Devi
Director: Franz Osten
Writers: William A. Burton, Niranjan Pal (play)
Country: India | UK | Germany
Release Date: 1928 (Germany)
Also Known As: Das Grabmal einer großen Liebe
Filming Locations: Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India
Production Co: British Instructional Films (BIF), Himansu Rai Film, Universum Film (UFA)
Runtime: 97 min

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Tribes (1970) Jan-Michael Vincent, Darren McGavin





Tribes (1970) Jan-Michael Vincent

A Marine Corps drill instructor who is disgusted by the fact that the Corps now accepts draftees finds himself pitted against a hippie who has been drafted but refuses to accept the "military" way of doing things.

Stars: Darren McGavin, Earl Holliman and Jan-Michael Vincent
Director: Joseph Sargent
Writers: Tracy Keenan Wynn, Marvin Schwartz
Release Date: 10 November 1970 (USA)
Also Known As: The Soldier Who Declared Peace
Filming Locations: Marine Corps Recruiting Depot, San Diego, California
Production Co: 20th Century Fox Television, Marvin Schwartz Productions
90 minutes

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Starcrossed (1985) James Spader DVD



Starcrossed (1985) James Spader DVD

An alien woman is running from a deadly enemy and tries to hide on Earth where she meets a young mechanic, who helps her to get back home and to fight for the freedom of her people.



Stars: James Spader, Belinda Bauer and Peter Kowanko
Director/Writer: Jeffrey Bloom
Writer: Jeffrey Bloom
Release Date: 31 January 1985 (USA)
Also Known As: Das Girl vom anderen Stern
Production Co: Fries Entertainment
90 minutes
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