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What Stars Have You Met?

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Stephen Butler replied to M.T. Fisher's discussion Michael Curtiz
"Michael Curtiz was, is and always will be my favourite director.  I have already warned readers of this forum that I have a tendency to be somewhat verbose, and when it comes to Curtiz I could write an entire essay, right here, right now.…"
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M.T. Fisher replied to Ktrek's discussion What's the last DVD you purchased?
"Just ordered a bootleg of my favorite B Western WACO.  It has an interesting contrast:  Howard Keel's the star, yet Lorne Greene sings the title song!"
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What are your favorite movies?
Spartacus
The Magnificent Seven
The Iron Mask
The King of Kings
Gettysburg
Lawrence of Arabia
The Birth of A Nation
And a few hundred others
Who are your favorite stars?
John Wayne
Lon Chaney
Cary Grant
Lillian Gish
Jimmy Stewart
Henry Fonda
Maureen O'Hara
Spencer Tracy
William Powell
Randolph Scott
Glenn Ford
Barbara Stanwyck
Who are your favorite directors?
D.W. Griffith
Howard Hawks
Michael Curtiz
Preston Sturges
John Ford
Frank Capra
Delmar Daves
John Sturges
Anthony Mann
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
Where to begin? I'm a triple medical pioneer who's written several books dealing with film history and two novels. I've worked in retail at several positions for the last quarter of a century. Additionally, I've been a church librarian for, well, starting 29 years now. I love collecting movie memorabilia, especially lobby cards.
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What If Arnold Stang Played the Part? out in print

Posted on August 10, 2012 at 8:56am 0 Comments

Knowing that most film fans like to play 'What if,' film historian Harrison has taken over one hundred classic motion pictures and changed the casts and directors. Joel McCrea in 'Stagecoach,' Errol Flynn in 'Casablanca,' Cary Grant and Jean Arthur in 'Adam's Rib,' and Blake Edwards directing 'To Catch A Thief.' They're here with the original casts and 104 others. Harrison doesn't say the original…

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At 10:34am on December 25, 2012, Al Pearce said…
Merry Christmas Mickey: god bless you and your loved ones. Happy new year. :-)
At 6:03pm on July 1, 2012, Al Pearce said…

howdy Mickey: i've just approved you into my CLASSIC ADVENTURE FILMS group. hope you enjot your stay! :-)

At 9:11am on June 19, 2012, Al Pearce said…
Howdy, Mickey! I was wondering if you also had Errol Flynn's westerns in that book you recently finished. He was after all the best of the non-american cowboys. And maybe those with Gregory Peck and the few that Tyrone Power did? :-)
 
 
 

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Three’s a Crowd: Daisy Kenyon (1947)

To view Daisy Kenyon click here. Daisy Kenyon (1947) is a rarity. It’s a romantic Hollywood movie made for adults that refuses to sentimentalize its subject and treats all its characters respectfully despite their failings and their flaws. Joan Crawford stars as Daisy, an ambitious commercial artist who becomes involved in a complicated love triangle […]

The Slipper and the Rose (1976): A Different Kind of Cinderella Story

To view The Slipper and the Rose click here. For some movies, finding a receptive audience is all a matter of timing, Upon its initial release, The Slipper and the Rose (1976), a sterling reinterpretation of the Cinderella story, missed its window of opportunity because it came out after a string of box office disasters […]

Wrapped Around Her Finger: Elena and Her Men (1956)

To view Elena and Her Men click here. In its time Elena and Her Men (1956) was something of a disaster for Jean Renoir, a succession of problems (contested rights, fevers, bad accents) for which he struggled to find solutions. It was a box office and critical dud, and ended any hope of Renoir returning to Hollywood. To read its […]

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