Head (1968) was a Comedy - Musical Film directed by Bob Rafelson and produced by Jack Nicholson, Bob Rafelson and Bert Schneider.
NEW EVENT! GlamAmor-ous Conversations: Susan Claassen as Edith Headon Apr 29, 2020 From GlamAmor
Sunday, May 15, 2020 GlamAmor-ous Conversations: Susan Claassen as Edith Head Online 4 pm - 5:30 pm PT (7 pm - 8:30 pm ET) Tickets are $15 - click here to register through Zoom Have you ever wanted to experience what it was like during the Golden Age of Hollywood and learn the style secret... Read full article
Hunters (2020) s01e03 – While Visions Of Safta Danced In His Headon Mar 10, 2020 From The Stop Button
Maybe it?s just knowing Logan Lerman started in a YA franchise attempt (he was Percy Jackson) or because he?s got the dagger in his hand during the awesome opening titles every episode, but I wasn?t expecting him to have a whole ?I feel super-guilty about killing these Nazis who are trying to kill u... Read full article
Carry On #13: Don’t Lose Your HeadBy Virginie Pronovost on Oct 16, 2019 From The Wonderful World of Cinema
I wasn’t expecting much from Don’t Lose Your Head (Gerald Thomas, 1967). To me, it felt as if it was going to be one of these nice but somehow forgettable Carry Ons. That was mostly because the film is not necessarily the most famous or the most talked-about of the series, just one among... Read full article
Book Review: Edith Head and Classic Hollywood Featured in Dangerous to KnowBy KC on Mar 20, 2017 From Classic Movies
Dangerous to Know Renee Patrick Forge, 2017 This is a mystery for those who think that cocktails, and conversation, should sparkle. Set in late 1930s Hollywood, when the word Hitler sent a chill down many a spine, and David O. Selznick was about to set his version of Atlanta aflame, it is set in a ... Read full article
The Head (1959)By Beatrice on Nov 16, 2016 From Flickers in Time
The Head? Directed by Victor Trivas Written by Victor Trivas 1959/West Germany Rapid Film First viewing/Netflix rental This film represents?the absolute nadir in?the career of the?great French actor, Michel Simon. Dr. Ood is mad, completely mad. ?He learns that Prof. Dr. Abel (Simon) has succeede... Read full article
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Micky Dolenz: You're right, Pete. You're always the dummy. I forgot. I'm sorry. Sorry. You're always the dummy, Pete. I'm sorry, sorry...
Davy: Psst! Hey, c'mere. Now this is serious. What ya say, you and me, go someplace where we wont bump into each other again?
Mike: Okay. You think they call us plastic now, babe, but wait 'til I get through telling them how we do it.
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This film intersperses film clips featuring John Brockman (who engineered this film's promotional campaign) and The Rockettes, and scenes from the following movies: Gilda, Golden Boy, Jam Session, Salome, and The Black Cat.
Peter Tork was the only Monkee to appear on the set for the first scheduled day of filming - the others had decided to strike, in protest against not being allowed to write and direct the movie themselves. While they soon returned, feeling they'd made their point with producers Bob Rafelson and Bert Schneider, the unity between the band and the producers was forever broken. For their part, Rafelson and Schneider began playing albums on the set by other groups like The Electric Flag, claiming, "That's REAL rock-n-roll."
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