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Review: 'Miranda'

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Planning a holiday alone in Cornwall, Paul Marten, a fashionable doctor, is dragged out of his fishing boat to the sea bottom by Miranda, a lovely mermaid. Price for return to his home and wife is…

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Review: 'B.F.'s Daughter'

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The polished production supervision has been carefully handled to give it the expected Metro gloss, and performances are of top calibre. Script, however, makes an even more shallow exploration of the…

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Review: 'Summer Holiday'

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The Eugene O'Neill play, Ah. Wilderness with its account of a turn-of-the-century smalltown New England family, provides admirable setting, story, color and mood for the musical numbers and script…

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Review: 'Red River'

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Howard Hawks' production and direction give a masterful interpretation to a story of the early west and the opening of the Chisholm Trail, over which Texas cattle were moved to Abilene to meet the…

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Review: 'Macbeth'

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Welles' idea of Shakespeare is such a personalized version. Production was comparatively inexpensive # and looks it. Mood is as dour as the Scottish moors and crags that background the plot. Film is…

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