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In 1957, Deborah was nominated for her role in The King and I and lost the Oscar to Ingrid Bergman’s performance in Anastasia. Deborah sent her congratulations to Ingrid, who replied: 41 more words

Deborah Kerr

The Beauty of Bergman

Is there a more radiant screen smile than Ingrid Bergman’s? It lit up the scenes she appeared in, and it is infectious even now when you watch her movies. 398 more words

Movies

Thursday Movie Picks #32: Oscar-Winning Movies

Happy Thursday everyone! I’ve been seeing posts on the weekly Thursday Movie Picks that’s spearheaded by Wandering Through the Shelves Blog, but I haven’t been able to participate. 942 more words

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CASABLANCA (1942)

Elizabeth

We decided to take a short break from Oscar movies to watch Casablanca, mostly because it was playing at the Alamo Drafthouse and Chris had never seen it before. 872 more words

Happy Birthday...within reason

So, you say it’s your birthday? You’re ready to celebrate with a massive blowout party. Or you’re going to try that new _________ you’ve always wanted to try. 213 more words

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The Hitchcock Haul: Spellbound (1945)

I should have posted a Hitchcock Haul over a month ago, because I watched Notorious over a month ago, but, to be perfectly honest, I fell asleep during it and haven’t felt like rewatching it since. 1,141 more words

Film

“Un día me di cuenta de que la mejor forma de controlar a los cineastas consistía en inflarlos a medallas. Con premios por delante, se matarían para producir lo que yo quisiera. 12 more words

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