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Liberty (1929) was a Comedy - Short Films Film directed by Leo McCarey and produced by Hal Roach.

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Lee Marvin as Liberty Valance (1962)

By 4 Star Film Fan on May 18, 2016 From 4 Star Films

I can enter into a discussion of The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance from two different avenues.?Most obvious is the film itself. As far as star power, Lee Marvin is playing third fiddle to John Wayne and James Stewart, the undisputed stars of this film. However, Liberty Valance is a wonderful role, be... Read full article


Lee Marvin as Liberty Valance (1962)

By 4 Star Film Fan on May 18, 2016 From 4 Star Films

I can enter into a discussion of The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance from two different avenues.?Most obvious is the film itself. As far as star power, Lee Marvin is playing third fiddle to John Wayne and James Stewart, the undisputed stars of this film. However, Liberty Valance is a wonderful role, be... Read full article


Gish Sisters Blogathon: Lillian Gish in Sweet Liberty

By Lindsey on Sep 8, 2013 From The Motion Pictures

A note from Lindsey: Welcome to Day 2 of the Gish Sisters Blogathon! Today I’m posting a Lillian review, and tomorrow will be dedicated to Dorothy, but I’ll also be keeping up with the master list of everyone’s contributions as the celebration continues. To see what all of our wond... Read full article


Sons of Liberty (1939, Michael Curtiz)

on Jan 25, 2013 From The Stop Button

Despite Michael Curtiz directing and Claude Rains starring–Curtiz does better than Rains–Sons of Liberty is a rather tepid little short. Rains plays a Jewish proto-American (circa 1776) who sacrifices all for the United States. He even dies penniless because he won’t sign a documen... Read full article


The Phantom of Liberty

By Michael on Aug 10, 2010 From Le Mot du Cinephiliaque

Le fant?me de la libert? aka The Phantom of Liberty (Luis Bu?uel, 1974) What characterizes Luis Bunuel in the history of films is the fact that he is probably one of the few filmmakers who adapted the surrealist concepts on the big screen in the 1920's, well during the surrealist period. His appr... Read full article


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In an attempt to assure Stan Laurel that the safety platforms erected around the girder set were safe, Oliver Hardy leapt down from the wooden girders onto one. Unfortunately, they weren't safe. Hardy crashed right through the safety platform, fortunately falling only 20 feet into a safety net erected as a backup.
Released in silent and limited sound versions.
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Also directed by Leo McCarey




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Also produced by Hal Roach




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Also released in 1929




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