1941 (1979) was a Film directed by Steven Spielberg and produced by John Milius, Buzz Feitshans and Janet Healy.
Academy Awards 1979 --- Ceremony Number 53 (source: AMPAS)
|Best Cinematography||William A. Fraker||Nominated|
Johnny Eager (1941): Taylor and Turner Spark DynamiteBy 4 Star Film Fan on May 6, 2021 From 4 Star Films
“Are you thinking of allowing her to play Roxanne to your Cyrano?” – Van Hefflin to Robert Taylor Pretty faces don’t always add up to a quality movie and if you want to find where the faults lie, you might look between the players and the script then split the difference. Joh... Read full article
Unfinished Business (1941) for Irene DunneBy 4 Star Film Fan on Apr 29, 2021 From 4 Star Films
Unfinished Business commences with a wedding ceremony we’re trying to place. Because it is not Irene Dunne getting married, although she stretches her famed vocal cords in lieu of a wedding march. It is her baby sister — the girl she’s mothered her entire life up to this point. Now... Read full article
Meet John Doe (1941) and The Woman Who Made HimBy 4 Star Film Fan on Jan 27, 2021 From 4 Star Films
“You don’t have to die to keep the John Doe ideal alive. Someone already died for that once.?The first John Doe. And he’s kept that ideal alive for nearly 2,000 years.” – Barbara Stanwyck as Ann Mitchell In their final collaboration, Capra and Riskin draw on the same ci... Read full article
YouTube Noir — Noirvember Day 2: Ladies in Retirement (1941)By shadowsandsatin on Nov 2, 2020 From Shadows and Satin
Today?s YouTube pick for Noirvember is a film I saw for the first time just a couple of days ago: Ladies in Retirement (1941). I?d heard of it before, but I never knew anything about it except that it starred Ida Lupino. Had it not been for a virtual classic film Meetup group I belong to, I?d have p... Read full article
REMAKE AVENUE: The Guardsman, 1931 and The Chocolate Soldier, 1941on Sep 9, 2020 From Caftan Woman
Lynn Fontanne, Alfred Lunt The Guardsman, 1924 New York's Theatre Guild, the post-WWI iteration of the Washington Square Players was looking for a boost to their box office in 1924 to accompany and add to their lustre as the home of theatrical integrity and innovation. The Board's Theresa Helburn... Read full article
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