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Continuing with the same evening's viewing:
Jerichow (Criterion Channel) 2008. More Petzold and Hess, this time a variation of The Postman Always...
Very busy since I last posted. As usual, listed in the order watched:
Visions of Eight (Criterion BD) 1973. The 1972 Munich Olympic Games as...
Since it's most likely that the correct AR is 1.75, it'd be great if Film Movement gave us both options as well.
And she earned the AA with her worthy performance in The Razor's Edge.
I understand that 2.35 is Deakins's preferred AR.
Internes Can't Take Money is the first sighting of Dr. Kildare; The Great Man's Lady is another Wellman film and that's always welcome.
My first love: the great Julia Adams.
Sapporo: Winter Olympic Games 1972 (Criterion BD). Another beautifully produced and shot documentary on the games.
Bergman: Life and Work...
I know this is a sidebar to Doctor Sleep, but the only 4 movies that really scared me (and I saw them on a large screen with an audience) were:...
Ruth Chatterton's portrayal of the wife who refuses to grow old is her finest hour on screen. Too bad her career was practically over.
Goldwyn produced many great movies, but I'd place Dodsworth and The Best Years of Our Lives as the top 2 jewels of his crown, produced 10 years apart.
Except that Astor never sported flowing flocks on the film. But yes, she's the other woman.
Condolences to all. Sad to make a decision that's so hard on all who are left behind, but merciful on the dear beings who are suffering so.
Saw this when it came out; not since. Must rectify.
I'll take this! I just wish WAC had included, as a bonus, a remastered version of the original with John Barrymore and Mary Astor, which I...