Flesh and the Devil (1926) was a Drama - Romance Film directed by Clarence Brown and produced by Irving Thalberg, David Gill and Kevin Brownlow.
Flesh and the Devil was inducted into the National Film Registry in 2006.
On Blu-ray: Action and Suspense in Operation Crossbow (1965) and The World, The Flesh and the Devil (1959)By KC on Feb 5, 2020 From Classic Movies
Operation Crossbow (1965) This fast-paced, intense action thriller makes better use of its big cast than your typical all-star production. It plugs its characters into the story with smooth logic and always with an eye on moving the narrative forward with satisfying efficiency. The film is loosely ... Read full article
O Diabo e a Carne / Flesh and the Devil (1926)By L? on Nov 22, 2017 From Critica Retro
O Diabo e a Carne / Flesh and the Devil (1926) N?s, enquanto cin?filos, estamos sempre fazendo escolhas. Temos de escolher nosso filme favorito, atriz, ator, diretor, roteirista, dupla e d?cada favorita da hist?ria do cinema. E ent?o vamos um passo adiante e temos de escolher nosso filme favo... Read full article
The Garbo Silents Collection: Flesh and the Devil (1927)By Lindsey on Jan 20, 2016 From The Motion Pictures
Leo von Harden (John Gilbert) and Ulrich von Eltz (Lars Hanson) are long-time pals, having grown up together and served together in the military, sharing a bunk in the barracks. As kids, they made a blood pact to ensure their undying bond. They?re such good pals they?ve even got their own ?Isle of F... Read full article
Flesh And The Devil (1927)By Vanessa on Dec 4, 2012 From Stardust
Flesh And The Devil (1927) Silent movies are tricky to watch. I either have to be in the mood to watch one or I've got to really like the film's cast. Most of the time, I find them really slow and less engaging than sound pictures. But when the right one comes along, I ain't moving from that te... Read full article
Feminist Fridays: Flesh and the Devil (1926)By Brandie on Sep 10, 2010 From True Classics
Welcome to the introductory post for our Feminist Fridays series! Keep in mind that many of the comments contained herein are tongue-in-cheek in nature and are not intended to offend or inflame those who may take them otherwise. Also, these posts are not intended to be scholarly or academic or other... Read full article
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Director Clarence Brown was so overawed by the developing romance between Gilbert and Garbo that at the end of one particularly passionate scene he did not even call "cut," instead motioning the lighting and camera crews to stop filming. They withdrew from the set and, after a few hours, had dinner sent in.
According to Barry Paris's commentary on the 2005 DVD release, Garbo initially refused to do this film, which was scheduled for production immediately following her last picture, and also not long after the death of her sister from cancer. MGM sent her a sternly worded telegram, and she capitulated.
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