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by Richard von Busack
San Jose’s internationally famous Psycho Donuts has a cameo in Of Two Minds (playing Sep 1 at 7pm at the United Film Festival in San Francisco at the Roxie Theater). Directors Doug …

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Shane – George Stevens
January 10, 2011 – 1:19 pm | No Comment
Shane – George Stevens

Of the countless Westerns produced in Hollywood, Shane is among the most familiar and highly regarded. Its significance can be measured in terms of Hollywood’s Western past, since Shane is a film that reflects upon …

Lifeboat – Alfred Hitchcock
January 10, 2011 – 1:19 pm | No Comment
Lifeboat – Alfred Hitchcock

Lifeboat, Alfred Hitchcock’s seventh American film, marked a consider­able departure from the kind of suspense thriller on which his reputation is based. This nine-character story is remarkable in that it takes place entirely in only …

The Seven Year Itch – Billy Wilder
January 8, 2011 – 6:40 pm | No Comment
The Seven Year Itch – Billy Wilder

A delightful and witty farce, The Seven Year Itch combines the talents of Marilyn Monroe and Tom Ewell with hilarious results. Adapted by George Axelrod and Billy Wilder from Axelrod’s Broadway play, it is essentially …

Suspicion – Alfred Hitchcock
December 30, 2010 – 3:46 pm | No Comment
Suspicion – Alfred Hitchcock

When Francis Iles wrote the novel Before the Fact, from which Suspicion was drawn, it had a fascinating ending. While the film was in production, Hitchcock must have been aiming toward that same ending since …

Spellbound – Alfred Hitchcock
December 28, 2010 – 2:13 pm | No Comment
Spellbound – Alfred Hitchcock

Alfred Hitchcock is one of the best-loved and most widely respected di­rectors in American and British cinema. His films are financial, critical, and popular successes that continue to be named among the “ten best films …

Dodsworth – William Wyler
December 28, 2010 – 4:28 am | No Comment
Dodsworth – William Wyler

It is fortunate for filmgoing audiences that Sam Goldwyn was a stubborn man, for without his obstinacy, Dodsworth might never have been made. Even though his studio turned out many entertaining products year after year, …

The Children’s Hour – William Wyler
December 28, 2010 – 4:27 am | No Comment
The Children’s Hour – William Wyler

In 1933-1934, Lillian Hellman’s prizewinning play about slander and les­bianism, The Children’s Hour, was a sensational shocker. When Sam Gold­wyn’s film adaptation of the drama, entitled These Three, was released in 1936, it was considerably …

Shadow of a Doubt – Alfred Hitchcock
December 28, 2010 – 4:24 am | No Comment
Shadow of a Doubt – Alfred Hitchcock

Regarded by many critics as Alfred Hitchcock’s best American film, Shadow of a Doubt certainly displays the master of suspense thrillers in top form. Mixing doubt and fear with ordinary small-town life, Hitchcock keeps his …

Rebecca – Alfred Hitchcock
December 28, 2010 – 4:23 am | No Comment
Rebecca – Alfred Hitchcock

When David 0. Selznick brought Alfred Hitchcock to the United States from England in 1939, Hitchcock’s films had been popular as well as influential in this country since The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934) …

The Talk Of The Town – George Stevens
December 23, 2010 – 1:07 pm | No Comment
The Talk Of The Town – George Stevens

The romantic comedy is a staple of the Hollywood film. In this type of film a woman usually chooses between two men, and she virtually always chooses the more romantic and unconventional of the two …

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