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#1 of 5 Robert Crawford

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Posted February 10 2005 - 10:33 AM

Some of Brando's 1960s films. By the way, "A Countess from Hong Kong" was directed by Sir Charles Chaplin. Interesting, but overall mediocre films.

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Posted February 10 2005 - 10:40 AM

Was just watching On the Waterfront last night and was thinking it would be nice to have a larger Brando section in the library. I'll be getting these unless write-ups say they somehow managed to screw them up.
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Posted February 10 2005 - 10:42 AM

Was just watching On the Waterfront last night and was thinking it would be nice to have a larger Brando section in the library. I'll be getting these unless write-ups say they somehow managed to screw them up.

That's what I'm worried about, especially in regard to "The Appaloosa".






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Posted February 10 2005 - 11:50 AM

What about "Bedtime Story" also with David Niven and Shirley Jones? Its the original version of "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels" which is now coming to Broadway as a musical. I think its the only other Brando film from Universal.
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Posted February 10 2005 - 05:07 PM

These are fairly bare bones films, and aside from The Appaloosa are re-issues.

Night of the following day is a kind of interesting moody caper film. It featured the new trimmed down brando. Richard Boone actually steals the film. Out of the four, that's the only one I have any interest in.




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