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Review: ‘Fanny’

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Marcel Pagnol's enduring creation has a peculiar history. Center of a trilogy (Marius, Fanny and Cesar) penned around the early 1930s, it graduated from stage to screen in 1933 French film versions…

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Review: ‘Shadows’

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First made in 16mm as an exercise in improvisation by a group of actors directed by John Cassavetes, a w.k. thesp himself, Shadows was then filled out and blown up to 35mm under the supervision of…

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Review: ‘El Cid’

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El Cid is a fast-action color-rich, corpse-strewn, battle picture. The Spanish scenery is magnificent, the costumes are vivid, the chain mail and Toledo steel gear impressive. Perhaps the 11th…

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Review: ‘Yojimbo’

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Rousing, good story, told with vigor and visual excitement by Akira Kurosawa, and splendidly acted by Toshiro Mifune, this has ideal remake material for a Yank company. [Pic was in fact remade by an…

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