|Producer(s)||Edwin H. Knopf|
|Top Genres||Drama, Historical, Romance|
Diane (1956) was a Drama - Historical Film directed by David Miller and produced by Edwin H. Knopf.
Carol(e), Diane and an unknown MarilynBy carole_and_co on Nov 3, 2020 From Carole & Co.
We've run several photos of Carole Lombard with her ill-fated longtime friend Diane Ellis in the past. Well, here's another one from Pathe in 1929, when the studio referred to Lombard as "Carol," and includes an actress I'd never previously heard of:Thankfully, this image has a snipe on the back, so... Read full article
On Blu-ray: Laurence Olivier and Diane Lane in A Little Romance (1979)By KC on Mar 27, 2020 From Classic Movies
In a time where virtually the whole human race is feeling the absence of loved ones, the charming A Little Romance (1979) has become a more bittersweet film. When I recently watched the movie on a new Blu-ray from Warner Archive, I appreciated it as a timeless tribute to many aspects of love and a t... Read full article
The Style Essentials - Seems Like Old Times for Diane Keaton's Iconic Style in 1977's ANNIE HALLon Sep 23, 2018 From GlamAmor
This past weekend, I presented the HISTORY OF FASHION IN FILM 1970s at the Egyptian Theatre. One of the influential films I featured from that decade was 1977's Annie Hall and we also watched it on the big screen after my presentation. The style is stunning - so much detail to take in, especially wh... Read full article
Silent Movie Bookshelf: The Complete Films of William S. Hart by Diane Kaiser KoszarskiBy Movies, Silently on Feb 22, 2013 From Movies Silently
Cover Found this book used online a while back. Being a pretty serious William S. Hart fan, I had to have it. It’s now out of print but was published by Dover. What is it?:?The book starts with a short but?thorough?biography of Hart and then it gets down to business: a listing of each and ever... Read full article
The Style Essentials--Seems Like Old Times for Diane Keaton's Iconic Style in ANNIE HALLon Oct 28, 2012 From GlamAmor
Woody Allen films have always been a favorite of mine. Growing up as I did in Central Washington was great if you were into the outdoors, but the area was not exactly known as a cultural Mecca. Woody's movies became an intellectual oasis for me...a place I could count on for that perfect combinati... Read full article
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The role of Prince Henri was intended for Edmund Purdom but he was turned down by Lana Turner.
Lana Turner's last film on her MGM contract.
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