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On Blu-ray: Ingrid Bergman and Charles Boyer in Gaslight (1944) and the 1940 Original That Preceded It

Classic Movies Posted by KC on Sep 19, 2019

The 1944 version of Gaslight is one of the first classic films I saw and I return to it frequently. It is Hollywood filmmaking at its best, where talent, story, and production value are so good that a simple entertainment becomes an artistic triumph. I recently revisited the George Cukor-directed fi read more

Offbeat Blu-ray Review: Gaslight

Hitchcock Master Posted by Devon Powell on Jul 10, 2019

Distributor: Warner Archives Release Date: June 25, 2019 Region: Region Free Length: 01:53:46 Video: 1080P (MPEG-4, AVC) Main Audio: 2.0 English Mono DTS-HD Master Audio (48kHz, 24-bit) Subtitles: English SDH Ratio: 1.37:1 Bitrate: 34.99 Mbps George Cukor’s Gaslight has long drawn comparisons to read more

À Meia Luz (1944) / Gaslight (1944)

Critica Retro Posted by Lê on Feb 16, 2019

À Meia Luz (1944) / Gaslight (1944) Este é o filme que deu a Ingrid Bergman seu primeiro Oscar de Melhor Atriz. Este é o primeiro filme feito pela atriz Angela Lansbury. Este é mais um filme com uma protagonista forte dirigido por George Cukor. E este é o filme que originou o termo “ga read more

Gaslight (1944, George Cukor)

The Stop Button Posted by Andrew Wickliffe on Sep 5, 2018

At the end of Gaslight, when all has seemingly been revealed, there’s only one question left. If Scotland Yard inspector Joseph Cotten isn’t an American in London, why doesn’t anyone notice his lack of accent. It’s a wise choice not to give Cotten an accent–presumably he couldn’t do one–but read more

Batman: Gotham by Gaslight (2018, Sam Liu)

The Stop Button Posted by Andrew Wickliffe on Jan 26, 2018

The first act of Gotham by Gaslight is rough. It establishes Batman (Bruce Greenwood) in the Victorian era. He’s fighting with Fagin-types while “Jack the Ripper” is attacking prostitutes. Jim Krieg’s script, which will go on to impress at times, is rather problematic with the first Ripper victim. read more

GASLIGHT ( 1944 )

In The Good Old Days Of Classic Hollywood Posted by Crystal Kalyana on Oct 4, 2015

During the years there has been a myriad of notable thrillers, but none of them have reached the pinnacle of success that Gaslight attained. Released in 1944 when Film Noir was at it’s zenith, Gaslight offers the viewer plenty of chills and thrills while it takes you on a journey of Victorian read more

Gaslight (1940 and 1944)

Movie Classics Posted by Judy on Apr 17, 2015

This posting is my contribution to The Great Villain Blogathon. Please take a look at the other postings, which cover an amazing range of films. There’s something peculiarly chilling about a villain stalking you in your own house – especially when it’s the person who is supposed read more

Gaslight (1944)

Flickers in Time Posted by Beatrice on Oct 26, 2014

Gaslight Directed by George Cukor Written by John Van Druten, Walter Reisch, and John H. Balderston from the play “Angel Street” by Patrick Hamilton 1944/USA Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Repeat viewing/Netflix rental #179 of 1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die A gorgeously mounted thriller read more

Gaslight (1944)

4 Star Films Posted by 4 Star Film Fan on Oct 11, 2014

Directed by George Cukor and starring Ingrid Bergman, Charles Boyer, and Josesph Cotten, with Angela Lansbury, this film begins rather abruptly with a young girl in England who witnessed the aftermath of her aunt’s murder. Then in a whirl wind she has become married to a nice young pianist and they read more

Gaslight (1944)

4 Star Films Posted by 4 Star Film Fan on Oct 11, 2014

Directed by George Cukor and starring Ingrid Bergman, Charles Boyer, and Josesph Cotten, with Angela Lansbury, this film begins rather abruptly with a young girl in England who witnessed the aftermath of her aunt’s murder. Then in a whirl wind she has become married to a nice young pianist and they read more

Mystery and Maternity in GASLIGHT (1944)

Virtual Virago Posted by Jennifer Garlen on Oct 7, 2014

George Cukor's 1944 version of the Patrick Hamilton play Angel Street is not the first adaptation of the material for film, but Gaslight provides a unique take on the events found in the original text. The screenplay makes a number of important changes, including the identity of the heroine as the m read more

Mystery and Maternity in GASLIGHT (1944)

Virtual Virago Posted by Jennifer Garlen on Oct 7, 2014

George Cukor's 1944 version of the Patrick Hamilton play Angel Street is not the first adaptation of the material for film, but Gaslight provides a unique take on the events found in the original text. The screenplay makes a number of important changes, including the identity of the heroine as the m read more

Mystery and Maternity in GASLIGHT (1944)

Virtual Virago Posted by Jennifer Garlen on Oct 7, 2014

George Cukor's 1944 version of the Patrick Hamilton play Angel Street is not the first adaptation of the material for film, but Gaslight provides a unique take on the events found in the original text. The screenplay makes a number of important changes, including the identity of the heroine as the m read more

The MGM Blogathon: GASLIGHT (1944)

The Hitless Wonder Movie Blog Posted by Dan Day Jr. on Jun 26, 2014

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer is without doubt the most famous of all Hollywood movie studios. Most film buffs consider MGM to be the cream of the crop, the ultimate example of a classic cinema factory. When I decided to participate in this MGM Blogathon, I wanted to write about a film that epitomizes ev read more

The MGM Blogathon: GASLIGHT (1944)

The Hitless Wonder Movie Blog Posted by Dan Day Jr. on Jun 26, 2014

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer is without doubt the most famous of all Hollywood movie studios. Most film buffs consider MGM to be the cream of the crop, the ultimate example of a classic cinema factory. When I decided to participate in this MGM Blogathon, I wanted to write about a film that epitomizes ev read more

Classic Films in Focus: GASLIGHT (1944)

Virtual Virago Posted by Jennifer Garlen on Jun 12, 2014

Gothic thrills get a stylish Hollywood makeover in George Cukor’s 1944 version of Gaslight, which earned Ingrid Bergman a Best Actress Oscar as a naive bride whose duplicitous husband tries to drive her insane. The top-notch cast also includes Charles Boyer, Joseph Cotten, and Dame May Whitty, read more

Classic Films in Focus: GASLIGHT (1944)

Virtual Virago Posted by Jennifer Garlen on Jun 12, 2014

Gothic thrills get a stylish Hollywood makeover in George Cukor’s 1944 version of Gaslight, which earned Ingrid Bergman a Best Actress Oscar as a naive bride whose duplicitous husband tries to drive her insane. The top-notch cast also includes Charles Boyer, Joseph Cotten, and Dame May Whitty, read more

Classic Films in Focus: GASLIGHT (1944)

Virtual Virago Posted by Jennifer Garlen on Jun 12, 2014

Gothic thrills get a stylish Hollywood makeover in George Cukor’s 1944 version of Gaslight, which earned Ingrid Bergman a Best Actress Oscar as a naive bride whose duplicitous husband tries to drive her insane. The top-notch cast also includes Charles Boyer, Joseph Cotten, and Dame May Whitty, read more

The Sadistic Spouse: Charles Boyer in Gaslight

Cary Grant Won't Eat You Posted by Judy on Apr 23, 2014

This post is part of the Great Villain Blogathon cohosted by Speakeasy, Shadows and Satin, and Silver Screenings. Check out other entries on one of their sites! When it comes to villains, Gregory Anton in Gaslight lacks the theatricality of The Joker or Lecter. He wants the presence of Harry Lime or read more

Gaslight (1944)

The Blonde At The Film Posted by Cameron on Oct 29, 2013

I’m not into scary movies (not even a little bit), but since it is Halloween…here’s my kind of horror film: Gaslight (1944) starring Ingrid Bergman (Notorious), Charles Boyer (How to Steal a Million), and Joseph Cotten.  Seventeen-year-old Angela Lansbury (The Harvey Girls) makes her read more
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