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Mirage (1965): Gregory Peck 20 Years After Spellbound

4 Star Films Posted by 4 Star Film Fan on Feb 3, 2020

“Most people will do in the dark what they never would think of doing in the light.” Mirage takes full advantage of one of those grab-you-right-away openings. The scene commences in the dark, there’s a power outage, candles are flickering, and voices call out up and down the corri read more

Mirage (1965)

Flickers in Time Posted by Beatrice on Aug 22, 2018

Mirage Directed by Edward Dmytryk Written by Peter Stone from a novel by Howard Fast 1965/USA Universal Pictures First viewing/Netflix rental David Stillwell: You’re kidding? Ted Caselle: Aw, filthy things, I can’t stand them. You have one and sure as shootin’ you end up using it. read more

Mirage; Fata Morgana, a Step Above the Thriller Horizon: Starring Gregory Peck

Classic Film Aficionados Posted by C. S. Williams on Apr 25, 2015

  Mirage┬áMenagerie of thoughts: Mirage, 1965, a Universal release is often likened to a Hitchcock film. For better or worse, with regards to audience expectations, Mirage, clearly works and has much of the Hitchcockian atmosphere to it; especially, with reference to Spellbound and North by Nor read more

Mirage; Fata Morgana, a Step Above the Thriller Horizon: Starring Gregory Peck

Classic Film Aficionados Posted by C. S. Williams on Apr 25, 2015

  Mirage┬áMenagerie of thoughts: Mirage, 1965, a Universal release is often likened to a Hitchcock film. For better or worse, with regards to audience expectations, Mirage, clearly works and has much of the Hitchcockian atmosphere to it; especially, with reference to Spellbound and North by Nor read more

Mirage; Fata Morgana, a Step Above the Thriller Horizon: Starring Gregory Peck

Classic Film Aficionados Posted by C. S. Williams on Apr 25, 2015

  Mirage┬áMenagerie of thoughts: Mirage, 1965, a Universal release is often likened to a Hitchcock film. For better or worse, with regards to audience expectations, Mirage, clearly works and has much of the Hitchcockian atmosphere to it; especially, with reference to Spellbound and North by Nor read more