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Bond, James Bond: Behind the 007 scenes, from Dr. No to the latest release Spectre “Bond, James Bond.” Since Sean Connery uttered those immortal words in 1962, the most dashing secret agent in the history of cinema has been charming and thrilling…

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Fifty years of Bond, James Bond "Bond, James Bond." Since Sean Connery uttered those immortal words in 1962, the most dashing secret agent in the history of cinema has been charming and thrilling audiences worldwide. This impeccably British character created by…

Woody Allen

by Glenn Hopp

|March 1, 2009

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Woody Allen began his career writing jokes and scripts, then progressed to stand-up and acting, and finally wrote and directed his first film, Take the Money and Run, in 1969. This was a screwball comedy that starred Allen as a hapless and self-demeaning…

Marlon Brando

by Paul Duncan

|September 1, 2006

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The best scary movies of all time   Horror is both the most perennially popular and geographically diverse of all film genres; arguably, every country that makes movies makes horror movies of one kind or another. Depicting deep-rooted, even archetypal fears,…

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Swede sensation: An in-depth exploration of Bergman’s complete works   On November 24, 2008 The Ingmar Bergman Archives editors Paul Duncan and Bengt Wanselius won the August Prize 2008 for the Best Non-Fiction Book published in Sweden. This is the…

Presley

by F X Feeney

|May 1, 2008

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Truffaut's rejection of traditional cinema “I make normal films for normal people.” —François Truffaut From The 400 Blows to Jules and Jim to The Last Metro , François Truffaut (1932–1984) practically defined the French cinema…

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Brilliance in a bowler hat: Delving into the archives of slapstick genius   Within a year of arriving in Hollywood in 1914, British-born Charlie Chaplin had become the slapstick king of America. By the end of his second year on the silver screen,…

Dietrich

by James Ursini

|April 1, 2007

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Marlene Dietrich once said, "I am not a myth." But by referencing the term, Dietrich only reinforces the fact more emphatically. For, using almost any common dictionary definition of that word, Dietrich is a myth. Her image was fashioned by director Josef von…

Cary Grant

by F X Feeney

|April 1, 2007

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He's the most self-invented man in movies, this side of Charlie Chaplin. Like Chapin, Cary Grant grew up poor, trained as an acrobat, and brims with confidence, romance, and a spirit of merry larceny--he just has a better tailor. His impeccable timing and light,…

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Step into Fellini's world "All my films turn upon this idea— there is an effort to show a world without love, characters full of selfishness, people exploiting one another, and, in the midst of it all, there is always—and especially in the films with…