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Friday, March 29, 2013

Aelita - Queen of Mars (1924) Silent Russian Science-Fiction film classic!








Aelita (Russian: Аэлита), also known as Aelita: Queen of Mars, is a silent film directed by Soviet filmmaker Yakov Protazanov made at the Mezhrabpom-Rus film studio and released in 1924. It was based on Alexei Tolstoy's novel of the same name. Mikhail Zharov and Igor Ilyinsky were cast in leading roles.

Though the main focus of the story is the daily lives of a small group of people during the post-war Soviet Union, the enduring importance of the film comes from its early science fiction elements. It primarily tells of a young man, Los (Russian: Лось, literally Elk), traveling to Mars in a rocket ship, where he leads a popular uprising against the ruling group of Elders, with the support of Queen Aelita who has fallen in love with him after watching him through a telescope.

Directed By Yakov Protozoan
Written By Aleksei Fajko and Fyodor Otsep
Based On A Play By Aleksei Tolstoy
Release date: 25 September 1924
Running time: 1 hr 21 min.
Country: Soviet Union
Language: Silent film
English intertitles

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Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Notorious Lady (1927) Lewis Stone, Barbara Bedford & The Mighty (1929) George Bancroft, Esther Ralston


Notorious Lady (1927) Lewis Stone, Barbara Bedford

The Notorious Lady is a surviving 1927 silent film feature length adventure produced by Sam E. Rork and distributed by First National Pictures. It was directed by veteran actor/director King Baggot and starred Barbara Bedford and Lewis Stone. It was based on a play, The River, by Patrick Hastings. Producer Rork's daughter, Ann Rork, has a choice role in the film.

The Mighty (1929) George Bancroft, Esther Ralston

In this melodrama set during WW I, a gangster joins the army and is promoted to major. He then returns from war torn Europe to tell a family that their beloved son had died in his arms during a battle.

The major then falls in love with the late soldier’s sister and decides to accept a position in town as the new police commissioner.

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Tuesday, March 26, 2013

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Sunday, March 24, 2013

A Page of Madness (1926) Director, Teinosuke Kinugasa




A Page of Madness (1926)

It is a silent film by Japanese film director Teinosuke Kinugasa, made in 1926. It was lost for forty-five years until being rediscovered by Kinugasa in his storehouse in 1971.

The film is the product of an avant-garde group of artists in Japan known as the Shinkankaku-ha (or School of New Perceptions) who tried to overcome naturalistic representation.

Yasunari Kawabata, who would win the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1968, was credited on the film with the original story. He is often cited as the film's screenwriter, and a version of the scenario is printed in his complete works, but the scenario is now considered a collaboration between Kawabata, Kinugasa, Banko Sawada, and Minoru Inuzuka.

The film takes place in an asylum. Although cut together in an ever maddening maelstrom, the film loosely tells the story of the janitor of the asylum. His wife is one of the patients. One day their daughter shows up at the asylum to tell her mother about her engagement. This sets off a number of subplots and flashbacks which stitch together the family history (for instance, why the mother is a patient and why the daughter is unaware of her father's job as a janitor).

The film does not contain intertitles, making it difficult to follow for audiences today. The print existing today is missing nearly a third of what was shown in theaters in 1926. Showings in 1920s Japan would have included live narration by a storyteller or benshi as well as musical accompaniment.

Original Music Score, Brian Pinette
Running time: 60 minutes

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Mrs. Sundance (1974) Elizabeth Montgomery, Robert Foxworth






Mrs. Sundance (1974) Elizabeth Montgomery, Robert Foxworth

Fresh from her eight-season run on Bewitched, Elizabeth Montgomery embarked upon a whole new career as everyone's favorite TV-movie star in the ABC production Mrs. Sundance. Shamelessly promoted as a sequel to the movie megahit Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, the film cast Montgomery as Sundance's schoolteacher widow Etta Place, the role played in the earlier movie by Katherine Ross.

Like her outlaw husband, Etta finds herself on the lam from the law, with a $10,000 bounty on her head. Resigned to spending the rest of her life in hiding, Etta is ultimately flushed out by the rumor that Sundance is still very much alive (In truth, the authorities never found Etta Place, and even the date of her death is shrouded in mystery).

Lensed on location near Lone Pine, California, the film represented the first on-screen teaming of Elizabeth Montgomery and her real-life future husband Robert Foxworth. Mrs. Sundance premiered January 15, 1974.



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Friday, March 22, 2013

Supernatural gem! Flesh and Fantasy (1943) Edward G. Robinson, Barbara Stanwyck, Charles Boyer




Flesh and Fantasy is a 1943 American anthology film directed by Julien Duvivier and based upon stories by Oscar Wilde. The making of this film was inspired by the success of Duvivier's previous anthology film, the 1942 Tales of Manhattan.

Flesh and Fantasy tells three stories, unrelated but with a supernatural theme, by Ellis St. Joseph, Oscar Wilde,and László Vadnay. Tying together the three segments is a conversation about the occult between two clubmen, one played by humorist Robert Benchley.

Edward G. Robinson as Marshall Tyler
Charles Boyer as Paul Gaspar
Barbara Stanwyck as Joan Stanley
Betty Field as Henrietta
Robert Cummings as Michael
Thomas Mitchell as Septimus Podgers
Charles Winninger as King Lamarr
Robert Benchley as Doakes
C. Aubrey Smith as the Dean of Norwald
Edgar Barrier as the Proprietor of the Mask Shop

Deleted Scenes:
As originally filmed and edited, the feature began with a half-hour sequence concerning an escaped killer (Alan Curtis) who finds refuge with a farmer (Frank Craven) and his blind daughter (Gloria Jean).

This sequence ended with a spectacular storm scene, staged by director Duvivier and photographer Paul Ivano, in which the enraged killer races after the blind girl. The forces of nature spare the girl but strike down the killer. The preview audience raved about this scene, but the studio removed it and shelved it. (The very end of the deleted scene survives in the final print: the killer's body washes up on shore.)

To replace the missing footage, Universal connected the remaining three segments with new footage of humorist Robert Benchley. In 1944 Universal incorporated the Gloria Jean-Alan Curtis footage into a feature-length melodrama, Destiny; Reginald LeBorg directed the new scenes, and shared director credit with Duvivier.

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Home for the Holidays (1972) Sally Field, Eleanor Parker, Julie Harris & A Taste of Evil (1971) Barbara Stanwyck, Barbara Parkins



A Taste of Evil (1971) Barbara Stanwyck, Barbara Parkins





TV Movie - 73 min - Horror|Thriller - 12 October 1971 (USA)
 
On her way home from a stay at a mental institution after a traumatic rape, a woman realizes that someone is deliberately trying to drive her insane.

Stars: Barbara Stanwyck, Barbara Parkins, Roddy McDowall
Directed by John Llewellyn Moxey
Produced by Aaron Spelling
Written by Jimmy Sangster
ABC Movie of the Week
Running time: 73 minutes
 




 
 
Home for the Holidays (1972) Sally Field, Eleanor Parker, Julie Harris, Walter Brennan, Jessica Walter
 
TV Movie - 73 min - Drama|Horror|Mystery - 28 November 1972 (USA)
Home for the Holidays is a 1972 slasher television film from the ABC Company directed by John Llewellyn Moxey and Produced by Aaron Spelling.
An ailing man summons his three daughters home for Christmas and asks them to kill his new wife, who he suspects is poisoning him.
Director: John Llewellyn Moxey
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Original channel: ABC
Release date: November 28, 1972
Running time: 73 minutes
 
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The Stranger Within (1974) Barbara Eden & Along Came A Spider (1970) Suzanne Pleshette

The Stranger Within (1974) & Along Came A Spider (1970)


Along Came A Spider (1970) Suzanne Pleshette

TV Movie - 75 min - Drama - 3 February 1970 (USA)

The widow of a scientist who was murdered by his colleagues goes undercover at the research lab where he worked to expose them ...

Stars: Suzanne Pleshette, Ed Nelson, Andrew Prine
Director: Lee H. Katzin
Writers: Leonard Lee (play), Barry Oringer

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The Stranger Within (1974) Barbara Eden

TV Movie - 74 min - Mystery|Sci-Fi - 1 October 1974 (USA)

Eerie TV movie of the week. Barbara Eden stars as an expectant mother who begins acting strangely and doesn't know why. Gradually she starts to realize that her bizarre behavior is being controlled by her unborn baby.

Stars: Barbara Eden, George Grizzard, Joyce Van Patten
Director: Lee Philips
Writers: Richard Matheson (teleplay), Richard Matheson (short story)

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Thursday, March 21, 2013

Clara Bow: Helen's Babies (1924) & The Plastic Age (1925), Down to the Sea in Ships (1922) & Parisian Love (1925), IT! & WINGS, too! (1927)



Clara Bow: Helen's Babies (1924) & The Plastic Age (1925) - 1 DVD

Helen's Babies (1924) Baby Peggy
Classic silent comedy film directed by William A. Seiter, based on the 1876 novel of the same name by John Habberton. It was a vehicle specifically designed to star Baby Peggy.

Starring Baby Peggy, Edward Everett Horton & Clara Bow

Directed by William A. Seiter
Produced by Sol Lesser
Written by John Habberton (book), Louis D. Lighton, Hope Loring
Release date: October 12, 1924
Running time: 85 minutes


The Plastic Age (1925)
A black-and-white silent film, starring Clara Bow, Donald Keith, and Gilbert Roland in his film debut. The film survives today not only on 16 mm film, but also on video and DVD.
The film was based on a best-selling novel from 1924 of the same name, written by Percy Marks, a Brown University English instructor who chronicled the life of the fast-set of that university and used the fictitious Sanford College as a backdrop.
The Plastic Age is known to most silent film fans as the very first hit of Clara Bow's career, and helped jumpstart her fast rise to stardom. Frederica Sagor Maas and Eve Unsell adapted the book for the screen.
Directed by Wesley Ruggles
Produced by B.P. Schulberg
Screenplay by Frederica Sagor, Eve Unsell
Release date: December 15, 1925
July 18, 1926 (New York City, New York)
April 23, 1928 (Finland)
Original Music Scores by Brian Pinette
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Down to the Sea in Ships (1922) & Parisian Love (1925) - 1 DVD
Down to the Sea in Ships (1922)
American silent film about a 19th century Massachusetts whaling family.
Starring William Walcott, Marguerite Courtot, Raymond McKee & Clara Bow
Directed & Produced by Elmer Clifton
Written by John L.E. Pell
Cinematography, Paul H. Allen, A.G. Penrod
Distributed by W.W. Hodkinson
Release dates: First showing September 25, 1922 ('Olympia' Rhode Island).
Main release March 4, 1923.
Running time: 94 minutes
Original Music Score by Brian Pinette

Parisian Love (1925)

American silent film about Street people Armand and Marie who are madly in love, and she persuades Armand and other gang members to rob the home of Pierre Marcel...
Stars: Clara Bow, Donald Keith and Lillian Leighton
Directed by Louis J. Gasnier
Written by F. Oakley Crawford (story), Lois Hutchinson (adaptation)
Release Date: 1 August 1925 (USA)
Production Co: B.P. Schulberg Productions
Runtime: 61 minutes
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Clara Bow has IT! & WINGS, too! (1927) - 1 DVD


It (1927) a silent romantic comedy film which tells the story of a shop girl who sets her sights on the handsome and wealthy boss of the department store where she works. Because of this film, actress Clara Bow became known as the "It girl".
The invention of the concept It is generally attributed to Elinor Glyn, but already in 1904, R. Kipling, in the short story "Mrs. Bathurst" introduced It.
It isn't beauty, so to speak, nor good talk necessarily. It's just 'It'. Some women will stay in a man's memory if they once walk down the street.
In February 1927 Cosmopolitan published a two-part serial story in which Glyn defined It.
That quality possessed by some which draws all others with its magnetic force. With 'It' you win all men if you are a woman and all women if you are a man. 'It' can be a quality of the mind as well as a physical attraction.
The picture was considered lost, but a nitrate-copy was found in Prague in the 1960s.
In 2001, It was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".

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Wings (1927)

A TRUE classic silent film about World War I fighter pilots, produced by Lucien Hubbard, directed by William A. Wellman and released by Paramount Pictures. Wings was the first of two silent films, the other being The Artist at the 84th Academy Awards in 2012, to win the Academy Award for Best Picture.

Wings stars Clara Bow, Charles "Buddy" Rogers, and Richard Arlen. Gary Cooper appears in a role which helped launch his career in Hollywood and also marked the beginning of his affair with Clara Bow.

The film was re-released to Cinemark theaters for a limited run in May 2012.

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