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The Train (1964) Burt Lancaster in the Sixties.

For the fourth time in three years director John Frankenheimer teamed with top box office star Burt Lancaster. They had moved from a courtroom thriller, to a prison flick, then onto a political thriller. 890 altre parole

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Girl Shy (1924) - reviewed by George

I had the great good fortune to see this silent movie under the absolute best conditions – with a big audience and a live organist, and it was one of my very best movie-going experiences. 338 altre parole


Revisiting Walter Kerr's THE SILENT CLOWNS

by Lincoln Spector

This Saturday night, November 14, the Niles Essanay Silent Film Museum will screen the remarkable Raymond Griffith vehicle and Civil War comedy, … 1.000 altre parole



Rick’s Journal     –     MY FILM CAREER

Am I approaching more mature judgment?  I find myself having second thoughts about more than one film.  I am no longer giving every silent film the benefit of the doubt.  592 altre parole


H: Haunted Spooks (1920)

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When one is doing a challenge like Hubrisween, it behooves one to occasionally program oneself a softball. 749 altre parole

Movies That Do Not Suck

Cuban Idyll

Writer and cultural critic Gilbert Seldes apparently wasn’t so put off by The New Yorker’s scathing review of his play, The Wisecrackers (Dec. 26, 1925) that he couldn’t continue writing for the magazine. 395 altre parole

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