Darling (1965) was a Drama - Romance Film directed by John Schlesinger and produced by Joseph E. Levine, Joseph Janni and Victor Lyndon.
Academy Awards 1965 --- Ceremony Number 38 (source: AMPAS)
|Best Actress||Julie Christie||Won|
|Best Costume Design||Julie Harris||Won|
|Best Director||John Schlesinger||Nominated|
|Best Picture||Joseph Janni, Producer||Nominated|
|Best Writing||Frederic Raphael||Won|
Die! Die! My Darling! (1965)By Beatrice on Sep 24, 2018 From Flickers in Time
Die, Die, My Darling!?(AKA Fanatic) Directed by Silvio Narizzano Written by Richard Matheson from a novel by Anne Blaisdell 1965/UK Columbia Pictures Corporation/Hammer Film First viewing/Amazo Instant They Shoot Zombies, Don’t They? Mrs. Trefoile: A mirror? Is it to adorn yourself, to observe... Read full article
Watching 1939: Yes, My Darling Daughter (1939)on May 31, 2018 From Comet Over Hollywood
In 2011, I announced I was trying to see every film released in 1939. This new series chronicles films released in 1939 as I watch them. As we start out this blog feature, this section may become more concrete as I search for a common thread that runs throughout each film of the year. Right now, tha... Read full article
Jupiter’s Darling (1955)on Dec 29, 2017 From Journeys in Classic Film
Esther Williams always knew her career wasn’t permanent. So when the quality of her films hit a certain level she walked away, and it’s all Jupiter’s Darling’s fault. The film that compelled Williams to give up her aquatic ballets – though she made three more films befo... Read full article
DIE! DIE! MY DARLING! (AKA FANATIC)By Dan Day Jr. on Jun 8, 2016 From The Hitless Wonder Movie Blog
I recently purchased a DVD set of Hammer films released by Mill Creek Entertainment. The two-disc set has six movies total: THE REVENGE OF FRANKENSTEIN, THE SNORKEL, NEVER TAKE CANDY FROM A STRANGER, MANIAC, CREATURES THE WORLD FORGOT, and DIE! DIE! MY DARLING! The last two films I have listed are o... Read full article
The Cinemascope Blogathon: Move Over Darling (and Cary, Irene, Marilyn, Dean and you, too, Enoch Arden)By FlickChick on Mar 13, 2015 From A Person in the Dark
While 1963’s “Move Over Darling” can never top it’s inspiration source (1940‘s “My Favorite Wife” with the dynamic duo of Cary Grant and Irene Dunne), it stands on its own as a delightful piece of movie fluff. Good fluff isn’t easy. Fluff has to be lig... Read full article
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Miles Brand: It was said of her great-grandmother that the only members of the cabinet who weren't her lovers were the ones who had reason to believe they might be her father.
Miles Brand: Why, Carlotta. How savage we are tonight. Did someone go back to their wife?
Carlotta: If he had, you'd have been there to greet him.
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