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SCREENPLAY BY: Dudley Nichols

The Old Hollywood Garden Posted by Carol Martinheira on Apr 7, 2019

SCREENPLAY BY: Dudley Nichols On April 7, 2019 By CarolIn Uncategorized Everybody knows George C. Scott was the first actor to refuse an Oscar, but not many people know that screenwriter Dudley Nichols was the very first person to do so. Not only that, read more

The Saga of Windwagon Smith (1961, Charles A. Nichols)

The Stop Button Posted by on Aug 5, 2012

There’s nothing good about The Saga of Windwagon Smith. The best thing about it is the extended opening titles, which eat up some of the runtime and lessen the cartoon’s awfulness. The animation happily plays at the nexus of lazy, incompetent and bad. Director Nichols–who cowrote& read more

Food for Feudin’ (1950, Charles A. Nichols)

The Stop Button Posted by on Jan 28, 2012

Food for Feudin’ has some really strong animation, but also some weak. There’s a great sequence where Chip and Dale crawl into these gardening gloves and confuse the heck out of Pluto. During that sequence, the animation is spectacular. Earlier, when the chipmunks are gathering nutsR read more

Grand Canyonscope (1954, Charles A. Nichols)

The Stop Button Posted by on Jan 24, 2012

In Grand Canyonscope, Donald Duck is the typical disrespectful, annoying American tourist. What’s funny about the cartoon is how–in 1954–it was one in every bunch of tourists… whereas now it’s the inverse. The cartoon’s in CinemaScope and director Nichols uses th read more