1941 (1979) was a Film directed by Steven Spielberg and produced by John Milius, Buzz Feitshans and Janet Healy.
Academy Awards 1979 --- Ceremony Number 53 (source: AMPAS)
|Best Cinematography||William A. Fraker||Nominated|
On DVD: Judith Anderson is Lady Scarface (1941)By KC on Jul 23, 2019 From Classic Movies
Lady Scarface (1941) is entertaining, but it doesn’t live up to the promise of its title and star. Now available on DVD from Warner Archive, I went into this crime thriller expecting Judith Anderson to dominate the action as the titular criminal. This was not the case, and it was hard not to p... Read full article
COMEDY GOLD #17: The horse from The Lady Eve (1941)By Carol Martinheira on Jul 20, 2019 From The Old Hollywood Garden
COMEDY GOLD #17: The horse from The Lady Eve (1941) On July 20, 2019 By CarolIn Uncategorized Just when you thought Preston Sturges’ iconic screwball comedy The Lady Eve (1941) couldn’t get any better, in comes the horse that somehow managed to upstage both ... Read full article
THE JOAN BENNETT BLOGATHON: Man Hunt (1941)on Jul 19, 2019 From Caftan Woman
Crystal of In the Good Old Days of Classic Hollywood is hosting a blogathon salute to Joan Bennett running from July 19th - 21st. Click HERE to enjoy the contributions. The history of humankind is in our fight against evil. In our Industrial and Technological ages, it is the fight against fascism... Read full article
The Sea Wolf (1941)By 4 Star Film Fan on Jun 4, 2019 From 4 Star Films
“Better to reign in hell than serve in heaven” – John Milton in Paradise Lost Though some noir film layered in London fog is probably up for contention, otherwise, there’s arguably?no movie murkier than this atmospheric sea-faring delight from Michael Curtiz. But what puts it... Read full article
Um Rosto de Mulher (1941) / A Woman's Face (1941)By L? on May 12, 2019 From Critica Retro
Um Rosto de Mulher (1941) / A Woman's Face (1941) Durante a Era de Ouro dos est?dios, sempre que um artista tinha liberdade para interpretar um personagem diferente do que estava acostumado – em geral depois de muita insist?ncia e luta – o resultado era quase sempre maravilhoso. P... Read full article
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