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A WORTHY OCTOBER VILLAIN: Dirk Bogarde in Cast a Dark Shadow (1955)

Caftan Woman Posted by on Oct 8, 2018

Janet Green's original play Murder Mistaken had a brief Broadway run under the title Gently Does It in 1953. The play became the film thriller Cast a Dark Shadow in 1955, and in 1956 the film lead, Margaret Lockwood reprised the role of Frieda Jeffries in a television production. Dirk Bogar read more

Dirk Bogarde and Olivia de Havilland Seek the Truth in "Libel"

Classic Film & TV Cafe Posted by Rick29 on Jul 6, 2017

Dirk Bogarde as Sir Mark Loddon? During a two-day stopover in London, a Canadian World War II veteran named Jeffrey Buckenham sees a snippet of a television show about English country estates on a pub’s television. Buckenham recognizes the estate’s owner and is next seen participating i read more

Dirk Bogarde and Olivia de Havilland Seek the Truth in "Libel"

Classic Film & TV Cafe Posted by Rick29 on Jul 6, 2017

Dirk Bogarde as Sir Mark Loddon? During a two-day stopover in London, a Canadian World War II veteran named Jeffrey Buckenham sees a snippet of a television show about English country estates on a pub’s television. Buckenham recognizes the estate’s owner and is next seen participating i read more

Dirk Bogarde Cultivates the Seeds of Friendship in "The Spanish Gardener"

Classic Film & TV Cafe Posted by Rick29 on Mar 2, 2017

Dirk Bogarde...as Jose? British filmmakers practically cornered the market on quiet, personal dramas in the 1950s. A prime example is The Spanish Gardener (1956), an unassuming film that subtly hooks its audience with a tale about a shattered man, his lonely son, and a part-time gardener that chang read more

Dirk Bogarde Cultivates the Seeds of Friendship in "The Spanish Gardener"

Classic Film & TV Cafe Posted by Rick29 on Mar 2, 2017

Dirk Bogarde...as Jose? British filmmakers practically cornered the market on quiet, personal dramas in the 1950s. A prime example is The Spanish Gardener (1956), an unassuming film that subtly hooks its audience with a tale about a shattered man, his lonely son, and a part-time gardener that chang read more

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