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  1. This interview doesn't directly answer your question, but sheds some light on her career. It was done when she was the special honoree at the TCM Classic Film Festival in 2013 - interviewed by the Hollywood Reporter -
  2. Just caught him in The Swiss Conspiracy as a railroad detective -
  3. I, too, am a HUGE Hitchcock fan. Perhaps after you’ve seen the movie again – or before if you want – check out the following commentaries: How Hitchcock blocks a scene- using Vertigo as the example – There are other good You Tube videos on Vertigo – this is just a sample Vertigo – Ending explained Film-makers comment on Vertigo Hitchcock remembered by screenwriter Samuel Taylor Influence of Vertigo
  4. Marge attended the TCM Classic Film Festival in 2012 -
  5. https://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/brians-song-roots-purple-rain-william-blinn-dead-83 William Blinn, the screenwriter behind immensely popular and thought-provoking TV movies such as "Brian's Song" and "Roots," as well as the motion picture "Purple Rain," starring Prince, died at age 83. Blinn died Thursday of natural causes at an assisted-living community in Burbank, Calif., his daughter, Anneliese Johnson, said Saturday. Among his many accolades, Blinn won both Emmy and Peabody awards for the 1971 TV movie “Brian's Song," which dramatized the friendship of Chica
  6. In 1976, actress Elizabeth Taylor and then-aspiring photographer Firooz Zahedi journeyed across the world to Tehran. They dined with royalty, toured ancient sites, shopped in the Grand Bazaar, and perhaps most importantly, took a series of photographs that offer beautiful glimpses of Iran before the revolution and provide an intimate portrait of a 20th-century film icon. Though never intended for public view, Andy Warhol published the photos in Interview magazine shortly after Zahedi and Taylor returned from Iran, and in 2012 they were exhibited at LACMA. Zahedi and Taylor remained close frien
  7. Here's the Into Miami opening for GOLDFINGER - Margaret is prominently featured !
  8. Rona Anderson and Barbary Murray
  9. Remembered seeing Nashville at the TCMFF in 2019 - with Ronee Blakley, Keith Carradine, and Jeff Goldblum in attendance. Surreal - with rhinestones ! https://www.bbc.com/culture/article/20201014-how-nashville-captured-the-turbulence-of-1970s-america FILM | THE AMERICAN CENTURY How Nashville captured the turbulence of 1970s America (Image credit: Alamy) By Christina Newland14th October 2020 Forty-five years ago, R
  10. I'd go for it ! Believe it or not, I saw someone wearing a "Greta Garbo" face mask the other day !
  11. Actors Hugh Beaumont (left), and Robert Bray (right)
  12. When Charlie Chaplin imitated Adolf Hitler https://www.dw.com/en/when-charlie-chaplin-imitated-adolf-hitler/a-18912840 Premiering 80 years ago, "The Great Dictator" was the first major Hollywood production to take a clear stance against the Nazis: With parody and satire. When The Great Dictator premiered in New York on October 15, 1940, World War II was raging in Europe. Charlie Chaplin was one of the biggest stars in American cinema at the time, and many were surprised that he would choose such a timely and political subject ma
  13. Actress and model Margaret Nolan, known for her role in “Goldfinger” and “A Hard Day’s Night,” died on Oct. 5 at age 76. Filmmaker Edgar Wright first reported the news with a touching tribute on Twitter in which he both announced the news of Nolan’s passing as well as eulogized the late actress, who he worked with for the upcoming film “Last Night in Soho.” “It's my sad duty to report that actress and artist, the magnificent Margaret Nolan has passed away. She was the middle of Venn diagram of everything cool in the 60s; having appeared with the Beatles, been b
  14. https://www.dw.com/en/defa-what-happened-to-east-germanys-cinematic-legacy/a-55119649 DEFA: What happened to East Germany's cinematic legacy? Germany's DEFA film studios were shut down after German reunification. Many East German filmmakers lost their jobs. Here's what happened to their movies. The cradle of German film: Babelsberg, founded in 1912 May 17, 1946 was the founding date of Deutsche Film AG (DEFA) — years before the German Democratic Republic (GDR) was created. It was the day Colonel Sergei Tulpanov, the Soviet military administr
  15. FILM | FILM HISTORY Goodfellas at 30: The making of one of film’s greatest shots By Hanna Flint21st September 2020 Martin Scorsese’s mob movie is special for many reasons – not least its famous single-take nightclub scene. Hanna Flint delves into the creation of a piece of cinema history. T Thirty years ago, Martin Scorsese’s Goodfellas was released and set a new benchmar
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