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The Ring (1927) was a Drama - Silent Films Film directed by Alfred Hitchcock .

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Encore Podcast: Liz and Dick and Lucy and the Ring

By David on Aug 23, 2019 From The Man on the Flying Trapeze

In 1969, Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton were arguably the world's most famous married couple, and they became even more well known when Burton bought his wife a 69-carat diamond ring that cost over a million dollars. At a Hollywood party, their paths crossed with Lucille Ball and an unlikely id... Read full article


Encore Podcast: "Liz and Dick and Lucy and the Ring"

By David on Oct 19, 2018 From The Man on the Flying Trapeze

In 1969, Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton were arguably the world's most famous married couple, and they became even more well known when Burton bought his wife a 69-carat diamond ring that cost over a million dollars. At a Hollywood party, their paths crossed with Lucille Ball and an unlikely id... Read full article


The Funny Papers: Top 10 Slapsticks in the Ring ? Comedies That Pack a Punch

By Kellee Pratt on Jun 25, 2018 From Classic Movie Hub Blog

Top 10 Slapsticks in the Ring ? Comedies That Pack a Punch There are plenty of serious films that have taken on the drama of boxing. Often they play up the angle of the unknown, struggling underdog who works hard, and defies the naysayers to beat all odds and make it as a champion. Some have focused... Read full article


Liz and Dick and Lucy and the Ring

By David on May 11, 2018 From The Man on the Flying Trapeze

In 1969, Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton were arguably the world's most famous married couple, and they became even more well known when Burton bought his wife a 69-carat diamond ring that cost over a million dollars. At a Hollywood party, their paths crossed with Lucille Ball and an unlikely id... Read full article


The Fellowship of the Ring (2001) – Updated

By 4 Star Film Fan on Dec 4, 2014 From 4 Star Films

Without the inventiveness and lore that J.R.R. Tolkien created in his books, there would never be something as visceral and grand in scope as The Lord of the Rings. However, it is a vibrant mythology that Peter Jackson breathed life into, and it becomes evident in the opening minutes of the Fellowsh... Read full article


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Corby's assistant: Look what I found at the ring-side, Guv'nor.


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