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I’ve been looking for this 2 reel short subject called CLIMBING THE MATTEEHORN from 1947. It won an Oscar and was produced during the filming of HIGH CONQUEST. The UCLA Film & Television Archive doesn’t have a listing, and the Library Of Congress doesn’t have a listing. Does anyone know if this has ever played on TCM or any recommendations on how to track down a copy of this film? I don’t think any international markets have issued it but perhaps it’s a bonus feature on a Warner Brothers DVD or something? Criterion maybe?
IanPatrickMovieReviews posted a topic in HorrorTonight's spooky review is one that TopBilled and I both decided to watch and review! "The Red House" is a must watch around Halloween time. If the woods scare you, then this movie will give you goosebumps! I forgot to mention in the review how great the score by Miklos Rozsa is! I also want to mention that not many people have checked out my "Carnival of Souls" review...you don't need to watch the review, but please see that movie! It was so well done and super creepy! Remember to subscribe to my YouTube channel, and you'll always know when my reviews come out! Also, leave comments because I love interacting with my viewers!
IanPatrickMovieReviews posted a topic in RomanceI'm kicking off my first Christmas special with "The Bishop's Wife." It's a great movie to get us all in the Christmas spirit! My review is a bit long, but this movie has so many interesting stories behind it! Did you think Cary Grant was better suited to play the angel or the bishop? Christmas movies all month! Get out the eggnog :3
IanPatrickMovieReviews posted a topic in War FilmsI saw this movie about a year ago, and I fell in love instantly. I highly recommend you watch this movie if you like war/romance films! The best gypsy movie ever in my opinion. Subscribe to me on YouTube and enjoy the video review! For the rest of October, I will only be doing horror/suspense movie reviews to really get in the Halloween spirit! Look for my upcoming reviews in the horror genre forum!