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  1. The Unforgiven (1960)

    I don't know how this one managed to fly under my radar but I just happened to catch this movie that turned out to be a very pleasant and enjoyable surprise. It's a tale of betrayal, unrequited love and tragic consequences. The Unforgiven features some fine performances that you would expect from the likes of Burt Lancaster, Lillian Gish, Audrey Hepburn, and Charles bickford. But the real surprise here is Audie Murphy. Audie manages to hold his own against that fantastic cast. Gone is the youthful visage and replaced with the mustached and sunburnt scowl of a weather beaten farm worker. I won't go into the plot but this movie is highly recommendable which also features a youthful Doug McClure and John Saxon.
  2. Hey classic film fans, Many years ago my father interviewed the director of From Here To Eternity, Fred Zinneman. Here's a clip of them discussing the making of the film, including comments about Sinatra and Clift. I hope you enjoy and share it with all your classic film friends. Visit our youtube channel for more classic movie interviews. interview clip: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=utJbl6Um9aY&list=PLMPg4RkqBExb9aT0_t_EPTKKZif8GT5a- website http://www.orcodevelopment.org

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