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Posted 22 March 2017 - 06:41 PM

#90: LE RENDEZ-VOUS (1961)

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At this point in George Sanders' screen career, he was eager to try something different. So he went to France and made a film with well-known director Jean Delannoy. Delannoy specialized in family dramas that had noir-like characteristics and in some ways he's been compared to Douglas Sirk. George was cast in this production as an oil magnate who has a complex relationship with his grown son. George speaks fluent French in the picture and is not dubbed. However, in the English-language version he is dubbed, by another actor-- so go figure! Also, in the English version he is billed first, but he is listed as a supporting player in the French version. The story is based on Patrick Quentin's novel 'The Man with Two Wives.'


"You've had a few hours given back to you from life. A few hours in which to change your minds and your hearts. When you came into the grounds of this inn, you came into a place as it was a year ago today. You were in your own time, but the house and garden and Gwyneth and I are in the time of last year. The day the bomb hit. When you go away and walk up the road you will have spent a night in an inn. But if you look back from the crest of the hill, the halfway house will not be here...but if you remember, it will be as you remember a forgotten snatch of song. It will be a picture before your eyes. Gone before you realize it is there. Or an echo in the hidden places of your mind. But you have been here...and the world is what you make it." -- Mervyn Johns, THE HALFWAY HOUSE.


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Posted 18 March 2017 - 03:25 PM

#89: THE REBEL (1961)

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George Sanders did another comedy in his next screen outing. It was a modestly budgeted British production starring comedian Tony Hancock. This time George plays a stuffy art critic who blasts Hancock's "serious" attempt at becoming a highly regarded painter. The story is a jab at both bourgeoisie and bohemian cultures and was directed by Robert Day. Audiences at the time appreciated the filmmakers' parody, and it became the sixth-most successful motion picture in England the year of its release. It was distributed in North America as CALL ME GENIUS.


"You've had a few hours given back to you from life. A few hours in which to change your minds and your hearts. When you came into the grounds of this inn, you came into a place as it was a year ago today. You were in your own time, but the house and garden and Gwyneth and I are in the time of last year. The day the bomb hit. When you go away and walk up the road you will have spent a night in an inn. But if you look back from the crest of the hill, the halfway house will not be here...but if you remember, it will be as you remember a forgotten snatch of song. It will be a picture before your eyes. Gone before you realize it is there. Or an echo in the hidden places of your mind. But you have been here...and the world is what you make it." -- Mervyn Johns, THE HALFWAY HOUSE.


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Posted 14 March 2017 - 08:49 PM

I have no objections to giving films a second fair chance. Maybe that time I was just in the wrong mood for this movie.

 

Maybe I was just expecting something very different from Sanders.

 

That's very possible. Well, if you get a chance to see it again, let us know if your initial impressions changed.


"You've had a few hours given back to you from life. A few hours in which to change your minds and your hearts. When you came into the grounds of this inn, you came into a place as it was a year ago today. You were in your own time, but the house and garden and Gwyneth and I are in the time of last year. The day the bomb hit. When you go away and walk up the road you will have spent a night in an inn. But if you look back from the crest of the hill, the halfway house will not be here...but if you remember, it will be as you remember a forgotten snatch of song. It will be a picture before your eyes. Gone before you realize it is there. Or an echo in the hidden places of your mind. But you have been here...and the world is what you make it." -- Mervyn Johns, THE HALFWAY HOUSE.


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Posted 14 March 2017 - 01:22 AM

He might seem miscast if he's not playing a cad. LOL But I found him to be very effective, and he provided a good contrast to Geraldine Fitzgerald. It's one of those films that was forced to have a different ending than the stage play upon which it was based, in order to please the production code office. But the revised conclusion gives it a truly Hitchcockian twist. 

 

I have no objections to giving films a second fair chance. Maybe that time I was just in the wrong mood for this movie.

 

Maybe I was just expecting something very different from Sanders.


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Posted 13 March 2017 - 07:18 PM

I really wanted to like The Strange Affair of Uncle Harry, but I just couldn't get into it. Honestly, I thought that Sanders was miscast in that movie. 

 

I haven't seen the other one you mentioned.

 

He might seem miscast if he's not playing a cad. LOL But I found him to be very effective, and he provided a good contrast to Geraldine Fitzgerald. It's one of those films that was forced to have a different ending than the stage play upon which it was based, in order to please the production code office. But the revised conclusion gives it a truly Hitchcockian twist. 


"You've had a few hours given back to you from life. A few hours in which to change your minds and your hearts. When you came into the grounds of this inn, you came into a place as it was a year ago today. You were in your own time, but the house and garden and Gwyneth and I are in the time of last year. The day the bomb hit. When you go away and walk up the road you will have spent a night in an inn. But if you look back from the crest of the hill, the halfway house will not be here...but if you remember, it will be as you remember a forgotten snatch of song. It will be a picture before your eyes. Gone before you realize it is there. Or an echo in the hidden places of your mind. But you have been here...and the world is what you make it." -- Mervyn Johns, THE HALFWAY HOUSE.


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Posted 13 March 2017 - 07:04 PM

Yes, he was. I'd say my favorite George Sanders films are THE PRIVATE AFFAIRS OF BEL AMI and THE STRANGE AFFAIR OF UNCLE HARRY. He's the lead in both, he's in his prime, and you can see the full range of skills on display in both those performances. 

 

I really wanted to like The Strange Affair of Uncle Harry, but I just couldn't get into it. Honestly, I thought that Sanders was miscast in that movie. 

 

I haven't seen the other one you mentioned.



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Posted 13 March 2017 - 06:15 PM

I loved him in both All About Eve and Lured.

 

He seemed a bit tired in Witness to Murder, in my opinion.

 

He was enjoyable as the Saint and as the Falcon.

 

Very talented actor!

 

Yes, he was. I'd say my favorite George Sanders films are THE PRIVATE AFFAIRS OF BEL AMI and THE STRANGE AFFAIR OF UNCLE HARRY. He's the lead in both, he's in his prime, and you can see the full range of skills on display in both those performances. 


"You've had a few hours given back to you from life. A few hours in which to change your minds and your hearts. When you came into the grounds of this inn, you came into a place as it was a year ago today. You were in your own time, but the house and garden and Gwyneth and I are in the time of last year. The day the bomb hit. When you go away and walk up the road you will have spent a night in an inn. But if you look back from the crest of the hill, the halfway house will not be here...but if you remember, it will be as you remember a forgotten snatch of song. It will be a picture before your eyes. Gone before you realize it is there. Or an echo in the hidden places of your mind. But you have been here...and the world is what you make it." -- Mervyn Johns, THE HALFWAY HOUSE.


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Posted 12 March 2017 - 03:20 AM

I loved him in both All About Eve and Lured.

 

He seemed a bit tired in Witness to Murder, in my opinion.

 

He was enjoyable as the Saint and as the Falcon.

 

Very talented actor!


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Posted 11 March 2017 - 04:36 PM

#88: FIVE GOLDEN HOURS (1961)

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When George Sanders made his next film it was a wild and woolly comedy with Ernie Kovacs. It had been a while since George had appeared in a more humorous story, and he enjoyed the chance to clown around on the set with Kovacs. Their costar was lovely Cyd Charisse, cast as a black widow who with George's help lures wealthy Kovacs into her web. But before that happens, the men spend time at an insane asylum where they are both feigning madness for one reason or the other. The plot did not make a whole lot of sense, but then it wasn't supposed to. It was just supposed to make audiences forget their own troubles-- which explains why the Columbia production was a hit and Kovacs called it one of his best.


"You've had a few hours given back to you from life. A few hours in which to change your minds and your hearts. When you came into the grounds of this inn, you came into a place as it was a year ago today. You were in your own time, but the house and garden and Gwyneth and I are in the time of last year. The day the bomb hit. When you go away and walk up the road you will have spent a night in an inn. But if you look back from the crest of the hill, the halfway house will not be here...but if you remember, it will be as you remember a forgotten snatch of song. It will be a picture before your eyes. Gone before you realize it is there. Or an echo in the hidden places of your mind. But you have been here...and the world is what you make it." -- Mervyn Johns, THE HALFWAY HOUSE.


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Posted 08 March 2017 - 04:25 PM

#87: VILLAGE OF THE DAMNED (1960)

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At the tail end of 1960 George Sanders returned to motion picture screens in a big way. He was headlining a British science fiction horror film that would quickly become a cult classic, lead to a sequel and inspire countless rip-offs. The MGM production was directed by Wolf Rilla, was written by noted screenwriter Stirling Silliphant, and made back seven times its budget. To say VILLAGE was a runaway hit is a gross understatement. In the story George plays Gordon Zellaby, a man who's concerned when local women start producing children that grow fast and have similar eerie characteristics. Within a short period of time, the entire community begins to experience several strange phenomena. Because of the kids' deep penetrating eyes, people start doing things they wouldn't normally do. Moviegoers were under their spell too-- the children kept telling people to come back and watch the film again. 


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"You've had a few hours given back to you from life. A few hours in which to change your minds and your hearts. When you came into the grounds of this inn, you came into a place as it was a year ago today. You were in your own time, but the house and garden and Gwyneth and I are in the time of last year. The day the bomb hit. When you go away and walk up the road you will have spent a night in an inn. But if you look back from the crest of the hill, the halfway house will not be here...but if you remember, it will be as you remember a forgotten snatch of song. It will be a picture before your eyes. Gone before you realize it is there. Or an echo in the hidden places of your mind. But you have been here...and the world is what you make it." -- Mervyn Johns, THE HALFWAY HOUSE.


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Posted 05 March 2017 - 11:49 AM

#86: CONE OF SILENCE (1960)

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In this film George Sanders plays a smarmy attorney representing a large European airline corporation. The company has been accused of faulty design when a jet crashes and kills passengers on board. Of course, the executives want to protect their business, so they employ George to shift the blame and "prove" in a court of law the crash was the result of pilot error. A British production featuring Peter Cushing and a strong cast of character actors, it opened to generally positive reviews. Somehow the drama has been forgotten among George's many films, but it is worth finding and watching. The American release title is TROUBLE IN THE SKY.


"You've had a few hours given back to you from life. A few hours in which to change your minds and your hearts. When you came into the grounds of this inn, you came into a place as it was a year ago today. You were in your own time, but the house and garden and Gwyneth and I are in the time of last year. The day the bomb hit. When you go away and walk up the road you will have spent a night in an inn. But if you look back from the crest of the hill, the halfway house will not be here...but if you remember, it will be as you remember a forgotten snatch of song. It will be a picture before your eyes. Gone before you realize it is there. Or an echo in the hidden places of your mind. But you have been here...and the world is what you make it." -- Mervyn Johns, THE HALFWAY HOUSE.


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Posted 27 February 2017 - 04:30 PM

#85: BLUEBEARD'S TEN HONEYMOONS (1960)

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If you're a producer and you've got a script where the main character seduces and kills lonely middle-aged women for their money, and it's 1960, you know which actor to call and offer the part to. Yes, you dial 1-800-SANDERS. You hope he's home and willing to answer the phone. You tell him there's a decent salary. Plus he can work with gorgeous leading ladies like Corinne Calvet, Patricia Roc and Jean Kent. You tell him the director will be Billy Wilder's brother and it will be filmed in England. You tell him he will have as much fun as he can possibly imagine. You tell him, by George, he is just perfect for this role and he must agree to do it. And if he doesn't do it, then Vincent Price will be more happy to step in.


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"You've had a few hours given back to you from life. A few hours in which to change your minds and your hearts. When you came into the grounds of this inn, you came into a place as it was a year ago today. You were in your own time, but the house and garden and Gwyneth and I are in the time of last year. The day the bomb hit. When you go away and walk up the road you will have spent a night in an inn. But if you look back from the crest of the hill, the halfway house will not be here...but if you remember, it will be as you remember a forgotten snatch of song. It will be a picture before your eyes. Gone before you realize it is there. Or an echo in the hidden places of your mind. But you have been here...and the world is what you make it." -- Mervyn Johns, THE HALFWAY HOUSE.


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Posted 22 February 2017 - 04:18 PM

#84: THE LAST VOYAGE (1960)

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George was back on screen in this MGM crowd-pleasing disaster film. In support of leads Robert Stack and Dorothy Malone, he portrayed an arrogant captain refusing to acknowledge a luxury liner bound for America is sinking. Convinced they can avert a real calamity, he ignores suggestions they evacuate the ship until it's almost too late. The story, directed by Andrew L. Stone, was in part based on the real-life sinking of the S.S. Andrea Doria several years earlier. THE LAST VOYAGE garnered praise from critics, especially for its realistic violence. The actual ship used for the movie was destroyed on camera-- there were no phony special effects.


"You've had a few hours given back to you from life. A few hours in which to change your minds and your hearts. When you came into the grounds of this inn, you came into a place as it was a year ago today. You were in your own time, but the house and garden and Gwyneth and I are in the time of last year. The day the bomb hit. When you go away and walk up the road you will have spent a night in an inn. But if you look back from the crest of the hill, the halfway house will not be here...but if you remember, it will be as you remember a forgotten snatch of song. It will be a picture before your eyes. Gone before you realize it is there. Or an echo in the hidden places of your mind. But you have been here...and the world is what you make it." -- Mervyn Johns, THE HALFWAY HOUSE.


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Posted 17 February 2017 - 10:19 AM

#83: A TOUCH OF LARCENY (1960)

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This film was released at the end of 1959 in Britain and found its way to North American screens in early 1960. James Mason plays a military officer who makes it seem like he's selling secrets to the Russians so he can sue the newspapers for libel. He falls in love with a woman (Vera Miles) who happens to be engaged to a stuffy English aristocrat-- you guessed it, George Sanders. When George's character catches wind of the scheme, he sets out to expose Mason in order to keep the guy away from Miles. The clever screenplay was nominated for a BAFTA award. Critic Pauline Kael describes it as a pleasant adult comedy that should be better known.


"You've had a few hours given back to you from life. A few hours in which to change your minds and your hearts. When you came into the grounds of this inn, you came into a place as it was a year ago today. You were in your own time, but the house and garden and Gwyneth and I are in the time of last year. The day the bomb hit. When you go away and walk up the road you will have spent a night in an inn. But if you look back from the crest of the hill, the halfway house will not be here...but if you remember, it will be as you remember a forgotten snatch of song. It will be a picture before your eyes. Gone before you realize it is there. Or an echo in the hidden places of your mind. But you have been here...and the world is what you make it." -- Mervyn Johns, THE HALFWAY HOUSE.


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Posted 10 February 2017 - 03:56 AM

In a week I will start on George Sanders in the 60s.


"You've had a few hours given back to you from life. A few hours in which to change your minds and your hearts. When you came into the grounds of this inn, you came into a place as it was a year ago today. You were in your own time, but the house and garden and Gwyneth and I are in the time of last year. The day the bomb hit. When you go away and walk up the road you will have spent a night in an inn. But if you look back from the crest of the hill, the halfway house will not be here...but if you remember, it will be as you remember a forgotten snatch of song. It will be a picture before your eyes. Gone before you realize it is there. Or an echo in the hidden places of your mind. But you have been here...and the world is what you make it." -- Mervyn Johns, THE HALFWAY HOUSE.


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Posted 08 February 2017 - 12:56 PM

#82: SOLOMON AND SHEBA (1959)

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George had a real meaty role in this biblical epic based on events depicted in the tenth chapter of First Kings and the ninth chapter of Second Chronicles. He played Adonijah, one of King David's sons, who attempts to usurp the throne. Of course, this puts him into direct conflict with Solomon (Yul Brynner), the intended heir. Adonijah seems to make amends with Solomon and is apparently forgiven, until there is another overthrow attempt. That time Adonijah is put to death. The production was filmed in Europe, and it originally starred George's longtime Fox cast mate Tyrone Power. But during a scene with George, Power took ill and collapsed on the set. He died soon after from a fatal heart attack, and Brynner then stepped in as a replacement. Despite the real-life drama that had occurred, producer Edward Small managed to get the picture back on track and it went on to become one of the year's biggest hits.


"You've had a few hours given back to you from life. A few hours in which to change your minds and your hearts. When you came into the grounds of this inn, you came into a place as it was a year ago today. You were in your own time, but the house and garden and Gwyneth and I are in the time of last year. The day the bomb hit. When you go away and walk up the road you will have spent a night in an inn. But if you look back from the crest of the hill, the halfway house will not be here...but if you remember, it will be as you remember a forgotten snatch of song. It will be a picture before your eyes. Gone before you realize it is there. Or an echo in the hidden places of your mind. But you have been here...and the world is what you make it." -- Mervyn Johns, THE HALFWAY HOUSE.


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Posted 04 February 2017 - 05:03 AM

#81: THAT KIND OF WOMAN (1959)

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This film is the third one directed by Sidney Lumet. It focuses on a kept woman (Sophia Loren) who meets a handsome young soldier (Tab Hunter) during the days of WWII and falls in love. George Sanders plays the man who basically owns and exploits Loren. It's more of an extended cameo for George than anything else, and he's actually six-billed in the Paramount picture. In a much smaller role is Bea Arthur who makes an uncredited debut as a WAC with lesbian tendencies. Despite all the talent involved, the film did not do well with audiences and critics who were likely turned off by its early anti-establishment tone.


"You've had a few hours given back to you from life. A few hours in which to change your minds and your hearts. When you came into the grounds of this inn, you came into a place as it was a year ago today. You were in your own time, but the house and garden and Gwyneth and I are in the time of last year. The day the bomb hit. When you go away and walk up the road you will have spent a night in an inn. But if you look back from the crest of the hill, the halfway house will not be here...but if you remember, it will be as you remember a forgotten snatch of song. It will be a picture before your eyes. Gone before you realize it is there. Or an echo in the hidden places of your mind. But you have been here...and the world is what you make it." -- Mervyn Johns, THE HALFWAY HOUSE.


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Posted 26 January 2017 - 04:34 PM

#80: FROM THE EARTH TO THE MOON (1958)

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George was cast in this adaptation of the popular Jules Vernes novel. He was back at RKO for what would be one of the studio's very last films. In fact, during production RKO went out of operation-- meaning the budget was abruptly cut; and the ending had to be changed. Instead of them arriving on the moon, the finale takes place before they get there; and the special effects, needless to say, were severely compromised due to a sudden lack of funds. Director Byron Haskins managed to finish the picture, and it was sold off to Warner Brothers for distribution. George is second-billed, playing a religious zealot who feels Joseph Cotten's rocket heading to the moon goes against God's will. As he attempts to thwart the mission, his daughter (Debra Paget) is caught in the showdown.


"You've had a few hours given back to you from life. A few hours in which to change your minds and your hearts. When you came into the grounds of this inn, you came into a place as it was a year ago today. You were in your own time, but the house and garden and Gwyneth and I are in the time of last year. The day the bomb hit. When you go away and walk up the road you will have spent a night in an inn. But if you look back from the crest of the hill, the halfway house will not be here...but if you remember, it will be as you remember a forgotten snatch of song. It will be a picture before your eyes. Gone before you realize it is there. Or an echo in the hidden places of your mind. But you have been here...and the world is what you make it." -- Mervyn Johns, THE HALFWAY HOUSE.


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Posted 20 January 2017 - 02:03 AM

George Sanders lights up the screen tonight on TCM:

 

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9:30 p.m. The Saint Strikes Back (1939)

10:45 p.m. The Saint in London (1939)

12:15 a.m. The Saint’s Double Trouble (1940)

1:30 a.m. The Saint in Palm Springs (1941)


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"You've had a few hours given back to you from life. A few hours in which to change your minds and your hearts. When you came into the grounds of this inn, you came into a place as it was a year ago today. You were in your own time, but the house and garden and Gwyneth and I are in the time of last year. The day the bomb hit. When you go away and walk up the road you will have spent a night in an inn. But if you look back from the crest of the hill, the halfway house will not be here...but if you remember, it will be as you remember a forgotten snatch of song. It will be a picture before your eyes. Gone before you realize it is there. Or an echo in the hidden places of your mind. But you have been here...and the world is what you make it." -- Mervyn Johns, THE HALFWAY HOUSE.


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Posted 19 January 2017 - 08:47 AM

A reminder-- TCM is airing an evening of Saint movies tomorrow night (January 20th). 

 

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"You've had a few hours given back to you from life. A few hours in which to change your minds and your hearts. When you came into the grounds of this inn, you came into a place as it was a year ago today. You were in your own time, but the house and garden and Gwyneth and I are in the time of last year. The day the bomb hit. When you go away and walk up the road you will have spent a night in an inn. But if you look back from the crest of the hill, the halfway house will not be here...but if you remember, it will be as you remember a forgotten snatch of song. It will be a picture before your eyes. Gone before you realize it is there. Or an echo in the hidden places of your mind. But you have been here...and the world is what you make it." -- Mervyn Johns, THE HALFWAY HOUSE.





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