The Wind Overview:

The Wind (1928) was a Drama - Western Film directed by Victor Sj?str?m and produced by David Gill and Kevin Brownlow.

The Wind was inducted into the National Film Registry in 1993.

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Saddle The Wind (1958): In Memory of Richard Erdman

By 4 Star Film Fan on Aug 12, 2020 From 4 Star Films

Julie London provides her airy voice to the title track and Elmer Bernstein gives his scoring talents for the rest of the picture. In these beginning moments, Saddle the Wind evokes the expanse of the majestic landscapes of the West like the best of its brethren. There is a sense we really are out o... Read full article


GONE WITH THE WIND (1939) Temporarily Pulled From HBO Max To Allow For Proper Context–A History

By Lara on Jun 11, 2020 From Backlots

When HBO Max announced that it would temporarily remove Gone With the Wind from its platform, in order to place a statement in front of it putting the film’s content into the proper context, it set off a firestorm of controversy online and in the media. Some decry the decision as censorship. O... Read full article


The Other Side of The Wind (2018): Resurrecting Orson Welles

By 4 Star Film Fan on Mar 30, 2020 From 4 Star Films

With the name of Orson Welles comes any number of conflicting connotations not far removed from his greatest achievement: Citizen Kane. However, if we had to try and pinpoint an apt superlative it would fall somewhere in between a mythic and Brobdingnagian titan of cinema. He was a personality like ... Read full article


Review: The Woman in The Window (1944)

By 4 Star Film Fan on Jun 5, 2019 From 4 Star Films

The first time I ever saw The Woman in The Window it always struck me as odd. Here was the fellow who was known as a gangster through and through and yet he was playing a bookish professor buried in his work and obsessed about psychoanalytic theory. His idea for a fine time is conversing with his in... Read full article


Orson Welles' The Other Side of the Wind Finally Sees the Light of Day

By KC on Nov 13, 2018 From Classic Movies

What would Orson Welles have thought of his meticulously crafted final flick The Other Side of the Wind making its debut on Netflix? That’s been on my mind ever since the streaming service announced that the long anticipated film would finally be making its debut on the platform, over forty ye... Read full article


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This film was selected to the National Film Registry, Library of Congress, in 1993.
The airplane propellers blowing hot air, sand and smoke were so dangerous that crew members were forced to wear long-sleeved clothing (in 120-degree weather), eye goggles, bandannas around their necks and greasepaint on their faces whenever the machines were being run.
The wind in the film was created by the propellers of eight aircraft stationed on location in the Mojave Desert.
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The Wind

Released 1928
Inducted 1993
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