The Italian (1915) was a Drama - Silent Films Film directed by Reginald Barker .
The Italian was inducted into the National Film Registry in 1991.
The Italian Job (1969)By Beatrice on Apr 28, 2020 From Flickers in Time
The Italian Job Directed by Peter Collinson Written by Troy Kennedy Martin 1969/UK IMDb link First viewing/Criterion Channel This was a very fun caper flick, absolutely perfect for Lock Down. Charismatic Cockney criminal Charlie Coker (Michael Caine) is released from prison. ?He is immediately on th... Read full article
Lombard, a 'Sinner' under the Italian 'Sun'By carole_and_co on Sep 8, 2018 From Carole & Co.
Carole Lombard's film "Sinners In The Sun" premiered in the U.S. in May 1932, but much of the rest of the world didn't see it until 1933, according to the Internet Movie Database. For example, its premieres in Sweden and Turkey weren't until the final week of May 1933.As movies often do, its title w... Read full article
Um Golpe ? Italiana (1969) / The Italian Job (1969)By L? on Mar 14, 2018 From Critica Retro
Um Golpe ? Italiana (1969) / The Italian Job (1969) Charlie Croker (Michael Caine) acaba de sair da cadeia e j? est? envolvido em um novo plano de roubo. Cabe a Charlie encontrar um novo “patrocinador” para o golpe, e isto n?o ? muito dif?cil: Mr. Bridger (Noel Coward), companh... Read full article
The Italian Vamps: All For LoveBy FlickChick on Aug 15, 2015 From A Person in the Dark
This is my entry in the Anti-Damsel blogathon, hosted by Movies, Silently. Click HERE for more great posts about the great, strong women of film. This post also serves as the second part of the 3-part series on Vamps. Click HERE for the first entry about Theda Babra and Nita Naldi. The Vamp, the t... Read full article
Black Hand, The: True Story of a Recent Occurrence in the Italian Quarter of New York (1906)By John Grant on Jan 21, 2014 From Noirish
US / c650ft (11 minutes) / bw / American Mutoscope & Biograph Dir: Wallace McCutcheon Pr: Francis J. Marion Cine: G.W. Bitzer Cast: Anthony O’Sullivan, Robert G. Vignola. Supposedly based on a real case that took place in NYC, this is often cited as the earliest surviving gangster movie. T... Read full article
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