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Ray Milland : Wide-Eyed In Babylon

Ray published his autobiography back in 1974 and having recently come across a hardcopy edition I thought it about time I give it a go. 612 more words

John Wayne

MOVIE: Ministry of Fear (1944)

MOVIE: Ministry of Fear (1944)

Based on a novel by Graham Greene

Screenplay by Seton I. Miller

Directed by Fritz Lang

Ray Milland, Marjorie Reynolds, Carl Esmond… 202 more words

Film Noir

The Thing With Two Heads (1972)

For the uninitiated there really is a film called The Thing With Two Heads. Secondly it actually stars previous Oscar winner Ray Milland in what I like to refer to as his crotchety years. 653 more words

Daily Take

HOSTILE WITNESS (1968) by Jack Roffey

Simon Crawford is a highly successful barrister whose world comes crashing down when his daughter Joanne is killed in a hit-and-run accident. He suffers a nervous breakdown when he is unable to find out who was responsible and spends months in a clinic. 1,220 more words

Tuesday's Overlooked Film

And the Oscar Goes to...: The Lost Weekend

It’s March 7, 1946 and the Second World War is over. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is celebrating the movies of 1945 at its yearly awards ceremony, and to commemorate the end of the war, the event is more lavish than the wartime ceremonies – the plaster statuets of the war years, for example, reverted back to the bronze statues with gold plating. 80 more words


Easy Living (Mitchell Liesen, USA, 1937)

A screwball not quite up to the heights of the very greatest but with moments as fine as in any. Edward Arnold plays J.B. Ball, the ‘Bull of Wall Street, a stockbroker so shocked by his wife’s spendthrift habits that he throws her latest sable out of their penthouse and onto the street, where it lands on Mary Smith (Jean Arthur) and changes her life. 716 more words



Já aqui evocámos a memória da carismática actriz Audrey Hepburn, e de alguns dos seus melhores filmes, entre os quais figura a comédia dramática… 716 more words

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