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Review: 'L'Age d'Or'

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Made two years after his surrealistic Le Chien Andalou, director Luis Bunuel's second effort created such a furor when first shown in Paris [on Oct. 28, 1930] that, after a stormy run, it was finally…

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Review: 'Billy the Kid'

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Metro turned this one out on Realife - shooting with a 70mm camera [negative] after which the result is reduced to 35mm for the projectors on which a special lens supposedly brings out all the…

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Review: 'Up the River'

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A comedy prison picture. The love portion of this Maurine Watkins story is played underneath the comedy. Spencer Tracy and Warren Hymer, as the laugh team, take the picture all of the time, along…

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Review: 'Morocco'

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Morocco is too lightweight a story to be counterbalanced by the big-time direction given it. Marlene Dietrich has little opportunities in her first American talker. There's nothing to the picture…

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Review: 'The Desert Song'

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Taking another step forward in the talking field by doing an operetta, following the story in detail and getting in the entire musical score and compositions, Warner Brothers have a winner. The only…

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