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Quartet (1981) was a Film directed by James Ivory and produced by Humbert Balsan, Connie Kaiserman and Ismail Merchant.

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On Blu-ray: The Glorious Quartet of Loy, Powell, Harlow, and Tracy in Libeled Lady (1936)

By KC on Dec 22, 2020 From Classic Movies

The first time I watched Libeled Lady (1936), in the midst of my stunned teenage discovery of Jean Harlow, was on a well-worn VHS I’d borrowed from the library. What a gigantic shift it was to see it on a new Blu-ray from Warner Archive; it looks and sounds so sharp and clean it feels like a d... Read full article

Quartet Sum Up | Maugham adaptations

By Andrew Wickliffe on Aug 29, 2017 From The Stop Button

When I was in undergrad, I discovered the existence of Secret Agent. I was on a thirties Hitchcock kick and a Maugham kick. The idea of a Hitchcock Maugham adaptation? Should be something. At the time?sixteen years ago?Secret Agent was a major disappointment. I?ve still got an interest in Maugham ad... Read full article

Quartet (1948, Ralph Smart, Harold French, Arthur Crabtree, and Ken Annakin)

By Andrew Wickliffe on Aug 11, 2017 From The Stop Button

Quartet opens with what turns out to be a questionable introduction from source story author W. Somerset Maugham. In the rather stodgy introduction to the film?featuring adaptations of four personal favorites from Maugham?s extensive bibliography?Maugham indentifies adjectives critics have given his... Read full article

Director | John Carpenter, Part 2: The Studio Quartet

By Andrew Wickliffe on Feb 26, 2017 From The Stop Button

With the summer 1982 release of The Thing, John Carpenter finally fully arrived in Hollywood; he?d made a studio picture. And he didn?t come alone. He brought cinematographer Dean Cundey, who shot all of he and Debra Hill?s films, and at least three from Escape from New York: editor Todd C. Ramsey, ... Read full article

Jane Russell's Singing Quartet

By The Metzinger Sisters on May 26, 2016 From Silver Scenes - A Blog for Classic Film Lovers

In the early 1950s, during a charity night performance for the Hollywood Episcopal Church, Jane Russell took the stage with three other women - Beryl Davis, Connie Haines, and Della Russell ( no relation to Jane ) - and performed the spiritual classic Do Lord. They were such a hit with the audience ... Read full article

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