1984 (1956) was a Drama - Science Fiction Film directed by Michael Anderson .
Stranger Than Paradise (1984) and Jim JarmuschBy 4 Star Film Fan on May 25, 2021 From 4 Star Films
One of the most revelatory aspects about becoming more familiar with Jim Jarmusch is how international his films are. At the very least, there’s this sense of them putting a lens to a broader cross-section of society. He is unequivocally American, but whether it’s because he’s a ci... Read full article
THE 6TH ANNUAL FAVOURITE TV SHOW EPISODE BLOGATHON: Magnum, P.I., Holmes is Where the Heart Is, 1984on Mar 20, 2020 From Caftan Woman
Terence Towles Canote is hosting The 6th Annual Favourite TV Show Episode Blogathon. This is one of my top favourites of the annual blogathons and I am looking forward to all of the contributions to be found HERE. Holmes Is Where the Heart Is Written by Judy Burns and Jay Huguely Directed by... Read full article
Interrogation (2020) s01e04 – L.A. County Psychologist Marjorie Thompson vs. Eric Fisher 1984on Feb 22, 2020 From The Stop Button
One of the few benefits of watching ?Interrogation? in a non-linear fashion is initially missing out on certain trope episodes, like this one. This one is the trial, with a very poorly exposited look at Kyle Gallner?s trip through the criminal justice system as a minor. Albeit as a thirty-four year-... Read full article
C.H.U.D. (1984, Douglas Cheek)on Dec 18, 2019 From The Stop Button
The only name I recognized during C.H.U.D.?s opening titles?after the more obvious names in the cast?was casting director Bonnie Timmermann. Timmermann?s an A tier casting director; C.H.U.D. is a B movie with a lower A movie cast (I mean, John Heard and Daniel Stern are both capable of fine work and... Read full article
Overnight Sensation (1984)By John Grant on Aug 14, 2019 From Noirish
US / 28 minutes / color / Bloom Dir & Pr: Jon N. Bloom Scr: Craig Buck Story: ?The Colonel?s Lady? (1947; Creatures of Circumstance) by W. Somerset Maugham Cine: James Glennon Cast: Robert Loggia, Louise Fletcher, Shari Belafonte-Harper, Parley Baer, Lee Garlington, Vincent Guastaferro, Ed Bakey... Read full article
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John Blythe is often credited being in this but he was not part of the project. He does not appear in the Robert Lennard casting papers nor was he on any shortlist for any role
Fred Berger was among those thought suitable for Charrington.
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