Judith (1966) was a Drama Film directed by Daniel Mann and produced by Philip M. Breen.
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
The Testament of Judith BartonBy Angela on Jun 8, 2012 From Hollywood Revue
Vertigo is a movie I’ve seen plenty of times, but I can’t say that I ever really thought too deeply about the character of Judith Barton (played by Kim Novak).? I always got too engrossed with the story of Scottie’s obsession with Madeline to think very much about who the woman beh... Read full article
Old Hollywood Book Reviews: The Testament of Judith BartonBy Kristen on May 23, 2012 From Journeys in Classic Film
I love the revisionist trend that’s coming in books. ?Books that take a smaller character and showcases a plot around their lives or involvement in a story are some of my favorites. ?Christopher Moore wrote an amazing book about King Lear told from the Fool’s perspective that I set as th... Read full article
Bitches and Blaggards: Judith Anderson and Basil RathboneBy FlickChick on May 17, 2012 From A Person in the Dark
This is the fifth in the "Bitches and Blaggards" series; monthly posts devoted to my favorite movie bad girls and rogues. A bitch is a selfish, malicious woman. A blaggard is a villain, a rogue and a black-hearted man. Both are bad, both are devastatingly alluring. Judith Anderson Dame Judith An... Read full article
Review: The Testament of Judith Barton (1)By Pretty Clever Film Gal on May 14, 2012 From Pretty Clever Films
I hated Jane Eyre. I resented every moment of my ninth grade life that was wasted on reading that book. And then I was delighted to learn that another author had written a novel about Rochester’s mad wife in the attic, Wide Sargasso Sea. Jean Rhys’ novel serves as a prequel to Jane Eyre,... Read full article
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