Director(s)B. Reeves Eason
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The Crow (1919) was a Silent Films - Western Film directed by B. Reeves Eason .

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The Shadow of the Tower (1972) s01e04 – The Crowning of Apes

on Oct 8, 2019 From The Stop Button

This episode has a different director, Prudence Fitzgerald, and a different writer, Brian Rawlinson, than the first three episodes, which explains a lot of the stylistic differences. Rawlinson being a guy might also explain why Henry (James Maxwell) is cruel in a very different way than he ever has ... Read full article


The Shadow of the Tower (1972) s01e04 – The Crowning of Apes

on Oct 8, 2019 From The Stop Button

This episode has a different director, Prudence Fitzgerald, and a different writer, Brian Rawlinson, than the first three episodes, which explains a lot of the stylistic differences. Rawlinson being a guy might also explain why Henry (James Maxwell) is cruel in a very different way than he ever has ... Read full article


book: The Crow Girl (2010, 2011, 2012; trans 2015 by Neil Smith) by Erik Axl Sund

By John Grant on Sep 16, 2018 From Noirish

Several mutilated corpses of pre-adolescent boys turn up in and around Stockholm, and Detective Superintendent Jeanette Kihlberg and her team mount a hunt for what’s obviously a serial killer. As part of her effort, she ropes in the assistance of psychologist Sofia Zetterlund, and, even as the... Read full article


Pre-Code vs Post-Code: "The Crowd Roars" and "Indianapolis Speedway"

By David on Aug 3, 2014 From The Man on the Flying Trapeze

Pre-code versus post-code is the difference between a Duesenberg and a Hummer, between cafe au lait and chocolate milk, between a camisole and a union suit. Take the differences, for instance, between the 1932 film "The Crowd Roars" and the 1939 film "Indianapolis Speedway." Same story (by Howard H... Read full article


THE CROWD (1928)- Eleanor Boardman.

By Dawn on Feb 19, 2010 From Noir and Chick Flicks

The Crowd (1928) Silent Film. Cast: James Murray and Eleanor Boardman. Director: King Vidor. John Sims always believed that he would some day become important. Unfortunately, John's father, died young, changing John's future and his plans. By twenty one, John is working as a clerk for the Atlas Ins... Read full article


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