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Um gato estrela de cinema - Un chat vedette de cinéma

Orangey, um gato listado cor de fogo, foi um animal-actor amestrado pelo famoso treinador de animais para o cinema Frank Inn.

Orangey (sob vários nomes) teve uma prolífica carreira no cinema e na televisão, nos anos 50 e princípio dos anos 60, e foi o único gato a receber dois… 489 more words

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There were lots of changes taking place in filmmaking in the mid-50s. Actors were trying heir hand at directing and/or producing, location shooting was growing ever more popular and Europe, with the tax breaks offered, drew many, and then there were all the widescreen processes coming to the fore as the studios struggled to compete with the challenge posed by television. 1,027 more words

1950s

Film reviews: The Uninvited (1944)

Director: Lewis Allen. Writers: Dodie Smith, Frank Partos, based on the novel Uneasy Freehold by Dorothy Macardle. Starring: Ray Milland, Ruth Hussey, Donald Crisp, Gail Russell, Cornelia Otis Skinner, Alan Napier, Barbara Everest, Holmes Herbert. 582 more words

Review

Review of Ministry Of Fear (1944) 

This review was talked about Live on http://www.takeoverradio.com on Saturday 4th April  at 1:30. Tune in next week from 12pm for the entire show.

After two years locked away in an asylum Stephen Neale played by Ray Milland is released and heads for London, like most men he is easily side tracked and visits a local village fete. 243 more words

Film Reviews

'Paramount Ends the 1940's' - The Paramount Case -- (Week in Review!)

The Paramount Case (Required Reading)

“The 1948 Supreme Court decision in U.S. v. Paramount Pictures, et al, dealt a crushing blow to the Hollywood studios, and effectively brought an end to the studio system of classic cinema. 280 more words

Seminal Cinema Outfit

The Uninvited (1944)

Roderick (Ray Milland) and Pamela Fitzgerald (Ruth Hussey) are a brother and sister from London. They decide to purchase a house in Cornwall after stumbling upon it during a vacation and realizing that it is vacant. 558 more words

Film

The First Movie You Saw in Theaters and Reap the Wild Wind (1942)

Do you remember the first movie you saw in theaters? Mine was The Secret Garden in 1993. I had already seen the 1949 version with Margaret O’Brien and that was my preferred version, so I recall discussing the new film with my sister and deciding that we didn’t like the new version as much. 742 more words

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