Julie Overview:

Julie (1956) was a Thriller/Suspense - Drama Film directed by Andrew L. Stone and produced by Martin Melcher.

Academy Awards 1956 --- Ceremony Number 29 (source: AMPAS)

AwardRecipientResult
Best Music - SongMusic by Leith Stevens; Lyrics by Tom AdairNominated
Best WritingAndrew L. StoneNominated
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“Opostos que se atraem: as vidas de Erich Maria Remarque e Paulette Goddard”, de Julie Gilbert

By L? on Feb 22, 2014 From Critica Retro

“Opostos que se atraem: as vidas de Erich Maria Remarque e Paulette Goddard”, de Julie Gilbert Quando comecei a ler o livro “Opostos que se atraem: as vidas de Erich Maria Remarque e Paulette Goddard”, de Julie Gilbert, confesso que estava mais interessada na estrela d... Read full article


“Opostos que se atraem: as vidas de Erich Maria Remarque e Paulette Goddard”, de Julie Gilbert

By L? on Feb 22, 2014 From Critica Retro

“Opostos que se atraem: as vidas de Erich Maria Remarque e Paulette Goddard”, de Julie Gilbert Quando comecei a ler o livro “Opostos que se atraem: as vidas de Erich Maria Remarque e Paulette Goddard”, de Julie Gilbert, confesso que estava mais interessada na estrela d... Read full article


Julie Adams Chats with the Caf? about James Stewart, the Gill Man, Elvis, and Her Autobiography

By Rick29 on Apr 29, 2013 From Classic Film & TV Cafe

Julie Adams' amazing career as a film and television actress has spanned six decades. She worked with screen legends such as James Stewart, Rock Hudson, Angela Lansbury, William Powell, and even Elvis Presley. Her most famous leading man was the tall, silent--and wet--type, the Creature from the Bl... Read full article


C?line and Julie Go Boating

By Michael on Mar 12, 2013 From Le Mot du Cinephiliaque

C?line and Julie Go Boating aka C?line et Julie vont en bateau (Jacques Rivette, 1974) This 193 minutes film about two women in Paris living in a total debonnaire attitude reflects the liberty and improvisation that the movie represents. This is an experience of playful and free cinema that few gre... Read full article


Battle of the Blondes: Julie Christie VS Diana Dors.

By Dawn on Nov 28, 2011 From Noir and Chick Flicks

Julie Christie and Diana Dors, were both pop icons, from the "swinging London" era of the 1960s. Julie Christie (born 14 April 1941), first major film role was in, The Fast Lady(1962). She first gained notice as Liz, the friend and would-be lover of, Billy Liar (1963). Close friends with actress G... Read full article


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While making this film on location, Doris Day repeatedly complained to her husband Martin Melcher, whose first film as a producer this was, that she felt ill and needed a rest. He insisted that she adhere to her Christian Science beliefs - and the film's shooting schedule - and "have faith" that whatever was ailing her would pass. Once shooting was completed, Day consulted her doctor in Beverly Hills, and discovered a large ovarian tumor, which required her to have a hysterectomy.
While in pre-production for this film, Doris Day was being driven to a local airport to learn some airplane cockpit tips when the car she was riding in was slammed into by a teenage hot-rodder. Despite the potential seriousness of the situation, nobody was hurt and Doris writes that she remained remarkably unfazed by the accident.
While on location for this film, Doris Day fell in love with the region. She retired there in the late 1970s, and has lived there ever since.
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