This Property is Condemned (1966) was a Drama - Romance Film directed by Sydney Pollack and produced by Ray Stark and John Houseman.
This Property is Condemned (1966)By Beatrice on Feb 22, 2019 From Flickers in Time
This Property Is Condemned Directed by Sidney Pollock Written by Francis Ford Coppola, Fred Coe, and Edith Summer suggested by a one-act play by Tennessee Williams 1966/USA Paramount Pictures/Seven Arts Productions First viewing/Amazon Instant One of the last of the Tennessee-Williams Southern-fried... Read full article
This Property is Condemned (1966)By Lindsey on Jan 8, 2015 From The Motion Pictures
The Starr family – Hazel (Kate Reid) and her daughters Willie (Mary Badham) and Alva (Natalie Wood) – operate the Starr Boarding House in the small town of Dodson, Mississippi. The boarding house caters to railroad men, including the wealthy Mr. Johnson (John Harding), an older man with ... Read full article
“I Am My Own Girl”: This Property is Condemned (1966)on Apr 28, 2014 From True Classics
Inspired by a short story by Tennessee Williams, This Property is Condemned (1966) sports an amazing cast starring Natalie Wood, Robert Redford, and Mary Badham. This film–only the second ever to be directed by the soon-to-be legendary director/actor Sydney Pollack–tells the story of a s... Read full article
This Property Is Condemned (1966) (2)on Jan 6, 2014 From Journeys in Classic Film
The first movie review of 2014 is this sultry Tennessee Williams tale of freedom and sexuality.? It’s every Williams movie rolled into one.? Despite a third act slump the movie never recovers from, This Property Is Condemned has the best performances from Natalie Wood and Robert Redford I̵... Read full article
This Property is Condemned (1966) (1)By Brandy Dean on Nov 18, 2013 From Pretty Clever Films
In This Property is Condemned, a humidity dripping adaptation of the one-act play of the same name by Tennessee Williams, a railroad official blows into the tiny town of Dodson and finds himself falling in love with the town flirt Alva. When Alva, desperate to escape the constraints of life in her t... Read full article
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Tennessee Williams was so dismayed by the film made from his play he threatened to have his name taken off the credits.
Natalie Wood had to perform a scene standing in a small stream of water. She was so afraid of dark water that costar Robert Blake had to dive under the water, hold his breath and steady her legs so she could perform the scene.
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