Magnificent Obsession (1954) was a Drama - Romance Film directed by Douglas Sirk and produced by Ross Hunter.
Academy Awards 1954 --- Ceremony Number 27 (source: AMPAS)
|Best Actress||Jane Wyman||Nominated|
Varia??es sobre um mesmo tema: Sublime Obsess?o / Magnificent Obsession (1935 e 1954)By L? on Nov 9, 2018 From Critica Retro
Varia??es sobre um mesmo tema: Sublime Obsess?o / Magnificent Obsession (1935 e 1954) ESTE ARTIGO CONT?M SPOILERS THIS ARTICLE HAS SPOILERS A hist?ria de “Sublime Obsess?o” ? o mais melodram?tica poss?vel. E quando o livro ? adaptado para o cinema, ele ajuda estrelas a s... Read full article
Magnificent Obsession (1954)By 4 Star Film Fan on Sep 17, 2018 From 4 Star Films
This is the type of film that when the inevitable happens and a character mentions the title phrase a swell of angels voices begin to murmur and in one sense Magnificent Obsession is a sentimental even spiritual endeavor wrapped up in a soapy melodramatic morality tale. But the key is that if you kn... Read full article
Magnificent Obsession (1954)By Beatrice on Dec 29, 2015 From Flickers in Time
Magnificent Obsession Directed by Douglas Sirk Written by Robert Blees and Wells Root based on a screenplay by Sarah Y. Mason and Victor Heerman and a novel by Lloyd C. Douglas 1954/USA Universal International Pictures Repeat viewing/Netflix rental Edward Randolph: Now wait, Merrick! Don’... Read full article
Magnificent Obsession (1954)on Nov 13, 2015 From Journeys in Classic Film
“Once you find the way, you’ll be bound. It will obsess you. but believe me, it will be a magnificent obsession.” Douglas Sirk directed for the soap opera set. Those who?have ever enjoyed an episode of Dynasty, Dallas, Melrose Place, or Empire would do well to take a walk back to t... Read full article
Magnificent Obsession (1954, Douglas Sirk)By Judy on Mar 1, 2014 From Movie Classics
Please note I do discuss the whole plot of this film. ?So far I’ve written about a couple of lesser-known Douglas Sirk films. Now I’m on to one of his more famous melodramas, the glossy romance Magnificent Obsession – said to be one of the greatest weepies of all time. I’ll a... Read full article
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Edward Randolph: Now wait, Merrick! Don't try to use this unless you're ready for it! You can't just try this out for a week like a new car, you know! And if you think you can feather your own nest with it, just forget it. Besides, this is dangerous stuff. One of the first men who used it went to the Cross at the age of thirty-three...
Valerie: [first lines]
Valerie: Bob! Bob, take it easy!
Dr. Bob Merrick: Easy? Where's that get ya?
Dr. Bob Merrick: All art is to me is a name.
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