Jan 22, 2011
This time around, one film only which influenced Casablanca, The Third Man and the most romantic character Warner Brothers ever produced. The 1936 (or 1937 depending on the reference book) French romantic drama, Pépé le moko starring Jean Gabin. I also talk about books, floods, drunken actors, The Golden Globes scandal and other things that come up in the voicemails. Enjoy!
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Jan 16, 2011
Jan 8, 2011
For Paleo-Cinema 67 I have a couple of pleasurable flicks to tell you about. Firstly, a very early film (possibly the first) about nuclear terrorism, the 1950 Boulting Brothers thriller Seven Days To Noon starring Paleo-Cinema favourite, Andre Morell, then up to 1972 for a gritty, forgotten spy movie Innocent Bystanders starring Stanley Baker, Donald Pleasance and Geraldine Chaplin.
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