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A Warners, 1935 Borzage/Kay Francis/George Brent double feature: Stranded, in which Francis plays a sort of socialite social worker who’s romanced by Brent’s conservative he-man construction boss; and Living on Velvet, in which Francis is determined to overcome Brent’s insouciant death-wish. As usual, Borzage delivers romance with a difference. We discuss Depression-era Liberal Republicanism, argue about whether Living on Velvet‘s ennui is adequately dramatized, and argue for Julius Epstein as a screenwriting auteur. But what does a Welsh clown have to do with anything? Listen to find out!

Time Codes:

0h 01m 00s:                            Stranded [dir. Frank Borzage]               

0h 54m 10s:                            Living on Velvet [dir. Frank Borzage]         

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This week, we get closer to Clara Bow’s Mature Period with her first big hit, the college movie The Plastic Age (1925). But first, another 1925 pairing with the stalwart Donald Keith. My Lady of Whims. The two films show the flexibility of the flapper archetype, with Clara as a socialite-turned-bohemian in the first and as a hard-partying college girl in the second. Frustratingly, Keith is our protagonist, but the two films give Bow a chance to show off her comedic and dramatic skills, respectively, and pave the way for more complex versions of similar plots in future vehicles.  

Time Codes:

0h 01m 00s:                  My Lady of Whims (1925) [dir: Dallas M. Fitzgerald]

0h 28m 41s:                  The Plastic Age (1925) [dir. Wesley Ruggles]

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Our Valentine’s 2021 episode has something for everyone, couples and singles. Something to make everyone feel deeply unsettled, that is. The subject of these two John Cassavetes movies, Minnie and Moskowitz (1971) and Love Streams (1984), is the difficulty of making any kind of meaningful human connection. Gena Rowlands, Cassavetes’ wife and frequent collaborator, plays a woman who’s having trouble feeling in the first, and a woman who feels more than is good for her in the second. We try to describe the experience of watching Cassavetes’ visceral, emotional, frightening, and frequently very funny films. But who is that naked man? 

 

Time Codes:

0h 01m 00s:      Cassavetes preamble

0h 09m 31s:      MINNIE & MOSKOWITZ (1971) 

1h 01m 01s:      LOVE STREAMS (1984)

               

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MGM, 1935, and two David O. Selznick Dickens adaptations: George Cukor’s David Copperfield and Jack Conway’s A Tale of Two Cities. Hollywood invents a cinematic language for Dickens, using a mixture of American and British actors, and miraculously pulls it off, in what Dave considers Selznick’s finest hour as a producer. (We know he means with the exception of Portrait of Jennie.) We discuss the complex psychology of Copperfield and the simplistic history of Tale of Two Cities.

Also discussed in the episode: Kate Corbelay, head of the story department at MGM.

 

Time Codes:

0h 01m 00s:      David Copperfield [dir. George Cukor]                         

1h 00m 015s:    A Tale of Two Cities [dir. Jack Conway]

1h 49m 08s:      Listener correspondence from Adam          

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In this Clara Bow Acteurist Oeuvre-view episode, two crime films from 1925: The Primrose Path, directed by Harry O. Hoyt and produced by Hunt Stromberg for Arrow Film Corporation (which folded the following year); and Free to Love, another Schulberg production, directed by Frank O’Connor. The Primrose Path, a bizarre mishmash of Griffith and gangsters, gives us Clara as a showgirl with a heart of gold, but with very little to do. The more interesting Free to Love finally allows Clara to be the hero of the movie. As an orphan and wrongly convicted ex-con who wants to devote herself to helping other unfortunates, she finds herself thwarted by a sort of minor Batman villain who happens to be the father of her betrothed. Clara’s emotions shine through even the dopey plot and wretched print.

 

Time Codes:

0h 01m 00s:                            The Primrose Path  (1925) [dir. Harry O. Hoyt]   

0h 21m 01s:                            Free to Love (1925) [dir. Frank O’Connor]

               

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Paramount, 1935: we have two very unusual and very different movies, which nevertheless share the theme of private worlds and the possibility of communication between them. First up is Gregory La Cava’s Private Worlds, about the inner lives of psychiatrists and the permeable boundary between sanity and insanity. It stars Claudette Colbert as Dr. Jane Everest and Charles Boyer as her chauvinistic boss and secret crush. Next, Henry Hathaway’s fantasy melodrama Peter Ibbetson, which treats love as a shared mental world in ways that anticipate Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, while the camera falls in love with Gary Cooper’s sweaty, suffering face. 

Time Codes:

0h 0m 00s:                              PRIVATE WORLDS (dir. Gregory LaCava)       

0h 46m 40s:                            PETER IBBETSON (dir. Henry Hathaway)

               

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It’s our epic episode on the three Imitations of Life! Hear us discuss Fannie Hurst’s massively popular 1933 novel and its two popular film adaptations: John M. Stahl’s restrained 1934 version, the first Hollywood movie to look seriously, if cautiously, at the impact of white supremacy and racial inequality in America, and Douglas Sirk’s strategically lurid, early civil rights-era version, from 1959. We attempt to thoroughly debunk the “trash” reputation of Hurst’s eccentric, elaborately written, and harrowing novel, which not only addresses white supremacy but also harpoons the nuclear family and the American religion of success, while putting mother-daughter emotional ambivalence at its imaginative center. We then go on to discuss some of the reasons for the changes from page to screen, and a blatantly political addition to the story in the original Stahl script that didn’t make it past the censors. Warning for as much disturbing content as you can imagine this topic occasioning, and then some. 

Time Codes:

0h 0m 00s:              Imitation of Life (novel by Fannie Hurst)

1h 04m 35s:            IMITATION OF LIFE (1934 – dir. John M. Stahl)

1h 57m 48s:            IMITATION OF LIFE (1959 – dir. Douglas Sirk)

               

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A stunning episode of The Studios, Year by Year: a great year for Universal, 1934, gives us The Black Cat, the one big studio success of Edgar G. Ulmer, icon of marginal filmmaking; and James Whale’s under-discussed One More River, based on the novel by John Galsworthy. Elise concocts a reading to justify her early, confused understanding of The Black Cat as being about WWII rather than WWI. Then we continue to weave our auteur theory about Whale’s interest in women’s experience of oppression related to sexual shame. As the Year of the Code continues, two more movies that should never have gotten made: Satan worshipping, flaying old friends alive, virgin sacrifice, marital rape, striking wives with riding crops, and executing demonic cats with knives is what Universal is all about in 1934. And wait for next episode, when we tell you what the original script of Stahl’s Imitation of Life included to trigger Breen! 

 

Time Codes:

0h 01m 00s:            The Back Cat [dir. Edgar G. Ulmer]

0h 44m 58s:            One More River [dir. James Whale]

               

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Our second Clara Bow episode pairs a couple of sharply contrasting films: a child star comedy, Helen’s Babies (1924), directed by William A. Seiter, and a didactic melodrama, Capital Punishment (1925), directed by James P. Hogan, with a story by producer B. P. Schulberg. Bow has supporting roles in both; but has occasion to display her lack of inhibition as a comedian in both and her emotive skills as an actress in the second. The Schulberg film, whose premise may have influenced Fritz Lang’s Beyond a Reasonable Doubt (1956), surprises with its pre-Depression concern for the plight of the urban poor, while the presentation of two impish tomboy girl-children in Helen’s Babies, based on a popular Victorian novel about two little boys, chimes neatly with certain aspects of Bow’s own persona, even if her place is taken in this one by Baby Peggy.  

Time Codes:

0h 01m 00s:            Helen’s Babies (1924) [dir: William A. Seiter]

0h 22m 10s:            Capital Punishment (1925) [dir: James P. Hogan]

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For many, this is a time when visions of sugar plums dance onto the mental stage. For your humble hosts, it is a time to project a podcast schedule even further into the future – to the end of our Lilli Palmer Acteurist Oeuvre-View, in fact (August 2024).

Hope you’re all having splendid holidays out there – despite the bizarre circumstances!

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January 1, 2021: Acteurist oeuvre-view – Clara Bow – Part 2:  HELEN’S BABIES (1924) & CAPITAL PUNISHMENT (1925)

January 8, 2021: Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – Universal – 1934: BLACK CAT (dir. Edgar G. Ulmer) and ONE MORE RIVER (dir. James Whale)

January 15, 2021: Special Subject – Imitations of Life – IMITATION OF LIFE (1934 – dir. John M. Stahl), IMITATION OF LIFE (1959 – dir. Douglas Sirk) and Imitation of Life (novel by Fannie Hurst)

January 22, 2021: Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – Paramount – 1935: PRIVATE WORLDS (dir. Gregory LaCava) & PETER IBBETSON (dir. Henry Hathaway)

January 29, 2021: Acteurist oeuvre-view – Clara Bow – Part 3: THE PRIMROSE PATH (1925) & FREE TO LOVE (1925)

February 5, 2021: Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – MGM – 1935: DAVID COPPERFIELD (dir. George Cukor) & TALE OF TWO CITIES (dir. Jack Conway)

February 12, 2021:  Special Subject – A Very Cassavetes Valentine’s Day – MINNIE AND MOSKOWITZ (1971) & LOVE STREAMS (1984)

February 19, 2021: Acteurist oeuvre-view – Clara Bow – Part 4: THE PLASTIC AGE (1925) & MY LADY OF WHIMS (1925)

February 26, 2021: Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – Warner Brothers – 1935: LIVING ON VELVET (dir. Frank Borzage) & STRANDED (dir. Frank Borzage)

March 5, 2021:  Acteurist oeuvre-view – Clara Bow – Part 5: DANCING MOTHERS (1926) & MANTRAP (1926)

March 12, 2021:   Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – Fox Film Corporation/20th Century Fox – 1935: ONE MORE SPRING (dir. Henry King) & STEAMBOAT ‘ROUND THE BEND (dir. John Ford)

March 19, 2021:   Special Subject – Ginger Rogers & Fred Astaire, Part One– THE GAY DVORCEE (1934), TOP HAT (1935), ROBERTA (1935) & SWING TIME (1936)

March 26, 2021:  Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – RKO – 1935: CHASING YESTERDAY (dir. George Nicholls Jr.) & BREAK OF HEARTS (dir. Philip Moeller)

April 2, 2021: Acteurist oeuvre-view – Clara Bow – Part 6: KID BOOTS (1926) & IT (1927)

April 9, 2021:  Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – Universal – 1935: NIGHT LIFE OF THE GODS (dir. Lowell Sherman) & REMEMBER LAST NIGHT? (dir. James Whale)

April 16, 2021:  Special Subject – Produced By Joan Harrison, Part 1: PHANTOM LADY (1944), THE STRANGE AFFAIR OF UNCLE HARRY (1945), NOCTURNE (1946), THEY WON’T BELIEVE ME (1947)

April 23, 2021:  Acteurist oeuvre-view – Clara Bow – Part 7: CHILDREN OF DIVORCE (1927) & WINGS (1927)

April 30, 2021:  Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – Paramount – 1936: THE GENERAL DIED AT DAWN (dir. Lewis Milestone) & THE PLAINSMAN (dir. Cecil DeMille)

May 7, 2021:   Acteurist oeuvre-view – Clara Bow – Part 8: HULA (1927) & GET YOUR MAN (1927)

May 14, 2021:  Special Subject – Eagle-Lion – I SEE A DARK STRANGER (1947), THE OCTOBER MAN (1948), WATERLOO ROAD (1948), THE BLUE LAMP (1950)

May 21, 2021:  Acteurist oeuvre-view – Clara Bow – Part 9: THE WILD PARTY (1928) & DANGEROUS CURVES (1929)

May 28, 2021:  Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – MGM – 1936: WIFE VS SECRETARY (dir. Clarence Brown) & LIBELED LADY (dir. Jack Conway)

June 4, 2021:   Acteurist oeuvre-view – Clara Bow – Part 10: SATURDAY NIGHT KID (1929) & TRUE TO THE NAVY (1930)

June 11, 2021:  Special Subject – The Tarkovskian Reflector – MIRROR (1975) & NOSTALGHIA (1983)

June 18, 2021:  Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – Warner Brothers – 1936: THE PETRIFIED FOREST (dir. Archie Mayo) & THREE MEN ON A HORSE (dir. Mervyn Leroy)

June 25, 2021:  Acteurist oeuvre-view – Clara Bow – Part 11: LOVE AMONG THE MILLIONAIRES (1930) & NO LIMIT (1931)

July 2, 2021:  Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – 20th Century Fox – 1936: THE COUNTRY DOCTOR (dir. Henry King) & RAMONA (dir. Henry King)

July 9, 2021:  Acteurist oeuvre-view – Clara Bow – Part 12: CALL HER SAVAGE (1932) & HOOPLA (1933)

July 16, 2021:  Acteur/Auteur Special Subject– Max Ophuls & Edwige Feuillère – SANS LENDEMAIN (1940) & SARAJEVO (1940)

July 23, 2021:  Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – RKO – 1936: A WOMAN REBELS (dir. Mark Sandrich) & MAKE WAY FOR A LADY (dir. David Burton)

July 30, 2021:  Acteurist oeuvre-view – Margaret Sullavan – Part 1: ONLY YESTERDAY (1933) & LITTLE MAN, WHAT NOW? (1934)

August 6, 2021:  Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – Universal – 1936: SHOWBOAT (dir. James Whale) & THREE SMART GIRLS (dir. Henry Koster)

August 13, 2021:  Special Subject – The Radical Renoir – LES BAS-FONDS (1935), LE CRIME DE M. LANGE (1936), & LA MARSEILLAISE (1937)

August 20, 2021: Acteurist oeuvre-view – Margaret Sullavan – Part 2: THE GOOD FAIRY (1935) & SO RED THE ROSE (1935)

August 27, 2021:  Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – Paramount – 1937: SWING HIGH, SWING LOW (dir. Mitchell Leisen) & TRUE CONFESSION (dir. Wesley Ruggles)

September 3, 2021: Acteurist oeuvre-view – Margaret Sullavan – Part 3: NEXT TIME WE LOVE (1936) & THE MOON’S OUR HOME (1936)

September 10, 2021:  Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – MGM – 1937: CONQUEST (dir. Clarence Brown) & PARNELL (dir. John M. Stahl)

September 17, 2021: Special Subject – Marcel Carné & Jacques Prévert, Part 1 – JENNY (1936), QUAI DES BRUMES (1938), HOTEL DU NORD (1938), and LE JOUR SE LÈVE (1939)

September 24, 2021:  Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – Warner Brothers – 1937: CONFESSION (dir. Joe May) & STOLEN HOLIDAY (dir. Michael Curtiz)

October 1, 2021:  Acteurist oeuvre-view – Margaret Sullavan – Part 4: THREE COMRADES (1938) & SHOPWORN ANGEL (1938)

October 8, 2021: Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – 20th Century Fox – 1937: CHARLIE CHAN AT THE OLYMPICS (dir. H. Bruce Humberstone) & WAKE UP AND LIVE (dir. Sidney Lanfield)

October 15, 2021: Acteurist oeuvre-view – Margaret Sullavan – Part 5: SHINING HOUR (1938) & SHOP AROUND THE CORNER (1940)

October 22, 2021: Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – RKO – 1937: STAGE DOOR (dir. Gregory LaCava) & QUALITY STREET (dir. George Stevens)

October 29, 2021:  Special Subject – Halloween with Bergman – THE SILENCE (1963) & CRIES AND WHISPERS (1972)

November 5, 2021:  Acteurist oeuvre-view – Margaret Sullavan – Part 6: MORTAL STORM (1940) & BACK STREET (1941)

November 12, 2021: Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – Universal – 1937: THE ROAD BACK (James Whale) & ONE HUNDRED MEN AND A GIRL (dir. Henry Koster)

November 19, 2021: Noirvember Special Subject – Anthony Mann noirs – T-MEN (1947), RAILROADED! (1947), RAW DEAL (1948) and SIDE STREET (1950)

November 26, 2021: Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – Paramount – 1938: IF I WERE KING (dir. Frank Lloyd) and THE BUCCANEER (dir. Cecil B. DeMille)

December 3, 2021: Acteurist oeuvre-view – Margaret Sullavan – Part 7: SO ENDS OUR NIGHT (1941) & APPOINTMENT FOR LOVE (1941)

December 10, 2021:  Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – MGM – 1938: TEST PILOT (dir. Victor Fleming) & TOO HOT TO HANDLE (dir. Jack Conway)

December 17, 2021: Acteurist oeuvre-view – Margaret Sullavan – Part 8: CRY HAVOC (1943) & NO SAD SONGS FOR ME (1950)

December 24, 2021: Christmas Special Subject – ALL THAT HEAVEN ALLOWS (1955) & CAROL (2015)

December 31, 2021:  Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – Warner Brothers – 1938: THE SISTERS (dir. Anatole Litvak) and DAWN PATROL (dir. Edmund Goulding)

January 7, 2022: Acteurist oeuvre-view – Daniel Day-Lewis – Part 1: MY BEAUTIFUL LAUNDRETTE (1985) & A ROOM WITH A VIEW (1985)

January 14, 2022: Special Subject – Anna Magnani Sampler, Part 1: ROME OPEN CITY (1945), VOLCANO (1950), BELLISSIMA (1951) & THE GOLDEN COACH (1953)

January 21, 2022: Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – 20th Century Fox – 1938: SUEZ (dir. Allan Dwan) & IN OLD CHICAGO (dir. Henry King)

January 28, 2022: Acteurist oeuvre-view – Daniel Day-Lewis – Part 2: NANOU (1986) & THE UNBEARABLE LIGHTNESS OF BEING (1988)

February 4, 2022:  Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – RKO – 1938: VIVACIOUS LADY (dir. George Stevens) & HAVING WONDERFUL TIME (dir. Alfred Santell)

February 11, 2022: Special Subject – With Love From Leos Carax – BOY MEETS GIRL (1984) & LES AMANTS DU PONT-NEUF (1991)

February 18, 2022: Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – Universal – 1938: THE RAGE OF PARIS (dir. Henry Koster) & A LETTER OF INTRODUCTION (dir. John M. Stahl)

February 25, 2022:  Acteurist oeuvre-view – Daniel Day-Lewis – Part 3: STARS AND BARS (1988) & MY LEFT FOOT (1989)

March 3, 2022: Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – Paramount – 1939: CAFÉ SOCIETY (dir. Edward H. Griffith) and DISPUTED PASSAGE (dir: Frank Borzage)

March 10, 2022: March Special Subject – Henry James Book Club – THE HEIRESS (1949) & THE INNOCENTS (1961) + reading Washington Square (1880) and The Turn of the Screw (1898)

March 17, 2022: Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – MGM – 1939: BABES IN ARMS (dir. Busby Berkeley) and REMEMBER? (dir. Norman Z. McLeod)

March 24, 2022: Acteurist oeuvre-view – Daniel Day-Lewis – Part 4: EVERSMILE, NEW JERSEY (1989) & THE LAST OF THE MOHICANS (1992)

March 31, 2022: Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – Warner Brothers – 1939: THE ROARING TWENTIES (dir: Raoul Walsh) and DUST BE MY DESTINY (dir. Lewis Seiler)

April 7, 2022: Acteurist oeuvre-view – Daniel Day-Lewis – Part 5: THE AGE OF INNOCENCE (1993) & IN THE NAME OF THE FATHER (1993)

April 14, 2022:   Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – 20th Century Fox – 1939: YOUNG MR. LINCOLN (dir. John Ford) and DRUMS ALONG THE MOHAWK (dir. John Ford)

April 21, 2022:   April Special Subject – Sex, Satire and American Culture – ARTISTS AND MODELS (1955) & KISS ME, STUPID (1964)

April 28, 2022:   Acteurist oeuvre-view – Daniel Day-Lewis – Part 6: THE CRUCIBLE (1996) & THE BOXER (1997)

May 6, 2022: Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – RKO – 1939:  THE GREAT MAN VOTES (dir. Garson Kanin) and BACHELOR MOTHER (dir. Garson Kanin)

May 13, 2022:    Acteurist oeuvre-view – Daniel Day-Lewis – Part 7: GANGS OF NEW YORK (2002) & THERE WILL BE BLOOD (2007)

May 20: 2022:    Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – Universal – 1939: WHEN TOMORROW COMES (dir. John M. Stahl) and THE HOUSE OF FEAR (dir. Joe May)

May 27, 2022:    May Special Subject – Jacques Becker Sampler: ANTOINE ET ANTOINETTE (1947); CASQUE D’OR (1950) and TOUCHEZ PAS AU GRISBI (1954)

June 3, 2022:      Acteurist oeuvre-view – Daniel Day-Lewis – Part 8: NINE (2009) & LINCOLN (2012)

June 10, 2022:    Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – Paramount – 1940: THE GREAT MCGINTY (dir. Preston Sturges) and THE WAY OF ALL FLESH (dir. Lewis King)

June 17, 2022:    Acteurist oeuvre-view – Jean Arthur – Part 1 – WHIRLPOOL (1934) and THE MOST PRECIOUS THING IN LIFE (1934)

June 24, 2022: June Special Subject – Silent Dreyer Sampler – MICHAEL (1924) & MASTER OF THE HOUSE (1925)

July 1, 2022: Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – MGM – 1940: STRANGE CARGO (dir. Frank Borzage) and NORTHWEST PASSAGE (dir. King Vidor)

July 8, 2022:   Acteurist oeuvre-view – Jean Arthur – Part 2: THE WHOLE TOWN’S TALKING (1935) and PARTY WIRE (1935)

July 15, 2022: Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – Warner Brothers – 1940: ALL THIS AND HEAVEN TOO (dir. Anatole Litvak) and THE LETTER (dir. William Wyler)

July 22, 2022: July Special Subject – Duels in Max Ophuls – LIBELEI (1934); LETTER FROM AN UNKOWN WOMAN (1948); and THE EARRINGS OF MADAME DE… (1953)

July 29, 2022: Acteurist oeuvre-view – Jean Arthur – Part 3: PUBLIC HERO NO. 1 (1935) and DIAMOND JIM (1935)

August 5, 2022: Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – 20th Century Fox – 1940: BRIGHAM YOUNG (dir. Henry Hathaway) and JOHNNY APOLLO (dir. Henry Hathaway)

August 12, 2022: Acteurist oeuvre-view – Jean Arthur – Part 4: THE PUBLIC MENACE (1935) and IF YOU COULD ONLY COOK (1935)

August 19, 2022: August Special Subject – German Sirk Sampler – Part One – THE GIRL FROM THE MARSH CROFT (1935) & PILLARS OF SOCIETY (1936)

August 26, 2022: Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – RKO – 1940: ABE LINCOLN IN ILLINOIS (dir. John Cromwell) and A BILL OF DIVORCEMENT (dir. John Farrow)

September 2, 2022: Acteurist oeuvre-view – Jean Arthur – Part 5: THE EX-MRS. BRADFORD (1936) and ADVENTURE IN MANHATTAN (1936)

September 9, 2022: Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – Universal – 1940: THE HOUSE OF THE SEVEN GABLES (dir. Joe May) and THE INVISIBLE MAN RETURNS (dir. Joe May)

September 16, 2022: September Special Subject – German Sirk Sampler – Part One – THE FINAL CHORD (1936) & CHEATED BY THE WIND (1937)

September 23, 2022: Acteurist oeuvre-view – Jean Arthur – Part 6: MORE THAN A SECRETARY (1936) and HISTORY IS MADE AT NIGHT (1937)

September 30, 2022: Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – Paramount – 1941: THE LADY EVE (dir. Preston Sturges) and REACHING FOR THE SUN (WILLIAM A. WELLMAN)

October 7, 2022: Acteurist oeuvre-view – Jean Arthur – Part 7: EASY LIVING (1937) and YOU CAN’T TAKE IT WITH YOU (1938)

October 14, 2022:  Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – MGM – 1941: A WOMAN’S FACE (dir. George Cukor) and THE TRIAL OF MARY DUGAN (dir. Norman Z. McLeod)

October 21, 2022: Acteurist oeuvre-view – Jean Arthur – Part 8: ONLY ANGELS HAVE WINGS (1939) and MR. SMITH GOES TO WASHINGTON (1939)

October 28, 2022: Halloween Special Subject – The Haunted Mizoguchi – UGETSU (1953) and SANSHO THE BAILIFF (1954)

November 4, 2022: Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – Warner Brothers – 1941: THE STRAWBERRY BLONDE (dir. Raoul Walsh) and MANPOWER (dir. Raoul Walsh)

November 11, 2022: Acteurist oeuvre-view – Jean Arthur – Part 9: TOO MANY HUSANDS (1940) and ARIZONA (1940)

November 18, 2022: Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – 20th Century Fox – 1941:  I WAKE UP SCREAMING (dir. H. Bruce Humberstone) and CONFIRM OR DENY (dir. Archie Mayo)

November 25, 2022: Special Subject – Noirvember Sirk – LURED (1947); SLEEP, MY LOVE (1948); SHOCKPROOF (1949) and THUNDER ON THE HILL (1951)

December 2, 2022: Acteurist oeuvre-view – Jean Arthur – Part 10: THE DEVIL AND MISS JONES (1941) and THE TALK OF THE TOWN (1942)

December 9, 2022: Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – RKO – 1941: CITIZEN KANE (dir. Orson Welles) and DEVIL AND DANIEL WEBSTER (dir. William Dieterle)

December 16, 2022: Acteurist oeuvre-view – Jean Arthur – Part 11: THE MORE THE MERRIER (1943) and A LADY TAKES A CHANCE (1943)

December 23, 2022:  Christmas Special Subject – REMEMBER THE NIGHT (1940) and I’LL BE SEEING YOU (1944)

December 30, 2022: Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – Universal – 1941: THE FLAME OF NEW ORLEANS (dir Rene Clair) and UNFINISHED BUSINESS (dir. Gregory LaCava)

January 6, 2023: Acteurist oeuvre-view – Jean Arthur – Part 12: THE IMPATIENT YEARS (1944); A FOREIGN AFFAIR (1948) and SHANE (1953)

January 13, 2023: Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – Paramount – 1942:  SULLIVAN’S TRAVELS (dir: Preston Sturges) and THE ROAD TO MOROCCO (dir. David Butler)

January 20, 2023: January Special Subject – Ginger Rogers & Fred Astaire – Part Two: FOLLOW THE FLEET (1936); SHALL WE DANCE? (1937); and CAREFREE (1938)

January 27, 2023: Acteurist oeuvre-view – Dorothy McGuire – Part 1: CLAUDIA (1943) and THE ENCHANTED COTTAGE (1945)

February 3, 2023: Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – MGM – 1942: WOMAN OF THE YEAR (dir. George Stevens) and TORTILLA FLAT (dir. Victor Fleming)

February 10, 2023: Valentine’s Special Subject – – KISS ME GOODBYE (1982) and MY FAVORITE WIFE (1940)

February 17, 2023: Acteurist oeuvre-view – Dorothy McGuire – Part 2: A TREE GROWS IN BROOKLYN (1945) and THE SPIRAL STAIRCASE (1946)

February 24, 2023: Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – Warner Brothers – 1942: KINGS ROW (dir. Sam Wood) and JUKE GIRL (dir. Curtis Bernhardt)

March 4, 2023:  Acteurist oeuvre-view – Dorothy McGuire – Part 3: CLAUDIA AND DAVID (1946) and TILL THE END OF TIME (1946)

March 11, 2023: Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – 20th Century Fox – 1942: FOOTLIGHT SERENADE (dir. Gregory Ratoff) and SPRINGTIME IN THE ROCKIES (dir. Irving Cummings)

March 17, 2023: March Special Subject – Minnelli Melodrama – THE COBWEB (1955); SOME CAME RUNNING (1958); and HOME FROM THE HILL (1960)

March 24, 2023: Acteurist oeuvre-view – Dorothy McGuire – Part 4: GENTLEMAN’S AGREEMENT (1947) and MOTHER DIDN’T TELL ME (1950)

March 31, 2023: Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – RKO – 1942: MAGNIFICENT AMBERSONS (dir. Orson Welles) and CAT PEOPLE (dir. Val Lewton)

April 7, 2023: Acteurist oeuvre-view – Dorothy McGuire – Part 5: Mister 880 (1950) and CALLAWAY WENT THATAWAY (1951)

April 14, 2023: Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – Universal – 1942: SABOTEUR (dir. Alfred Hitchcock) and THE MAD DOCTOR OF MARKET STREET (dir. Joseph H. Lewis)

April 21, 2023:  Special Subject – Produced By Joan Harrison, Part 2: RIDE THE PINK HORSE (1947), ONCE MORE, MY DARLING (1949), YOUR WITNESS (1950), and CIRCLE OF DANGER (1951)

April 28, 2023:  Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – Paramount – 1943:  NO TIME FOR LOVE (dir. Mitchell Leisen) and THE PALM BEACH STORY (dir. Preston Sturges)

May 5, 2023:    Acteurist Oeuvre-view – Dorothy McGuire – Part 6: I WANT YOU (1951) and INVITATION (1952)

May 12, 2023: Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – MGM – 1943: The HUMAN COMEDY (dir. Clarence Brown) and LASSIE COME HOME (dir. Fred M. Wilcox)

May 19, 2023:   Special Subject – Jacqueline Audry Sampler – GIGI (1948), OLIVIA (1951), HUIS CLOS (1954) and LES PETITS MATINS (1962)

May 26, 2023:  Acteurist Oeuvre-view – Dorothy McGuire – Part 7: MAKE HASTE TO LIVE (1954) and THREE COINS IN THE FOUNTAIN (1954)

June 2, 2023:    Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – Warner Brothers – 1943: EDGE OF DARKNESS (dir. Lewis Milestone) and MISSION TO MOSCOW (dir. Michael Curtiz)

June 9, 2023:    Acteurist Oeuvre-view – Dorothy McGuire – Part 8: TRIAL (1955) and FRIENDLY PERSUASION (1956)

June 16, 2023:  Special Subject – Silent Vidor Sampler – THE SKY PILOT (1921), PEG O’ MY HEART (1922), WILD ORANGES (1924), and LA BOHEME (1926)

June 23, 2023:  Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – 20th Century Fox – 1943: STORMY WEATHER (dir. Andrew L. Stone) and THE GANG’S ALL HERE (dir. Busby Berkeley)

June 30, 2023:  Acteurist Oeuvre-view – Dorothy McGuire – Part 9: OLD YELLER (1957) and THE REMARKABLE MR. PENNYPACKER (1959)

July 7, 2023:     Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – RKO – 1943: THE SEVENTH VICTIM (dir. Mark Robson) and THE FALLEN SPARROW (dir. Richard Wallace)

July 14, 2023:   Acteurist Oeuvre-view – Dorothy McGuire – Part 10: THIS EARTH IS MINE (1960) and A SUMMER PLACE (1960)

July 21, 2023:               Special Subject: Film Noirlsons by Phil Karlson – KANSAS CITY CONFIDENTIAL (1952), 99 RIVER STREET (1953), FIVE AGAINST THE HOUSE (1955) and THE PHENIX CITY STORY (1955)

July 28, 2023:               Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – Universal – 1943: THE STRANGE DEATH OF ADOLPH HITLER (dir. James P. Hogan) and SON OF DRACULA (dir. Robert Siodmak)

August 4, 2023:             Acteurist Oeuvre-view – Dorothy McGuire – Part 11: DARK AT THE TOP OF THE STAIRS (1960) and SWISS FAMILY ROBINSON (1960)

August 11, 2023:          Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – Paramount – 1944: LADY IN THE DARK (dir. Mitchell Leisen) and AND NOW TOMORROW (dir. Irving Pitchel)

August 18, 2023:          Special Subject – Silent Naruse – Flunky! Work Hard (1931), NO BLOOD RELATION (1932), APART FROM YOU (1933), EVERY-NIGHT DREAMS (1933)

August 25, 2023:          Acteurist Oeuvre-view – Dorothy McGuire – Part 12: SUSAN SLADE (1961) and SUMMER MAGIC (1963)

September 1. 2023:      Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – MGM – 1944: SONG OF RUSSIA (dir. Gregory Ratoff) and KISMET (dir. William Dieterle)

September 8, 2023:      Acteurist Oeuvre-view – Dorothy McGuire – Part 13: THE GREATEST STORY EVER TOLD (1965) and THE FLIGHT OF THE DOVES (1971)

September 15, 2023:     Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – Warner Brothers – 1944: THE MASK OF DIMITRIOS (dir. Jean Negulesco) and PASSAGE TO MARSEILLE (dir. Michael Curtiz)      

September 22, 2023:    Stanley Cavell’s Pursuits of Happiness + THE AWFUL TRUTH (1937) and HIS GIRL FRIDAY (1940)

September 29, 2023:    Acteurist Oeuvre-view – Lilli Palmer – Part 1: CRIME UNLIMITED (1935) and THE GREAT BARRIER (1937)

October 6, 2023:          Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – 20th Century Fox – 1944: THE EVE OF ST. MARK (dir. John M. Stahl) and IN THE MEANTIME, DARLING (dir. Otto Preminger)

October 13, 2023:        Acteurist Oeuvre-view – Lilli Palmer – Part 2: COMMAND PERFORMANCE (1937) and CRACKERJACK (1938)

October 20, 2023:        Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – RKO – 1944: PASSPORT TO DESTINY (dir. Ray McCarey) and NONE BUT THE LONELY HEART (dir. Clifford Odets)

October 27, 2023:        Special Subject – Heavy Metallious Hallowe’en – Peyton Place by Grace Metallious; PEYTON PLACE (1957; dir: Mark Robson) and PEYTON PLACE TV series (1964 – 1969) overview

November 3, 2023:       Acteurist Oeuvre-view – Lilli Palmer – Part 3: A GIRL MUST LIVE (1939) and THE DOOR WITH SEVEN LOCKS (1940)

November 10, 2023:     Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – Universal – 1944: WEIRD WOMAN (dir. Reginald Le Borg) and COBRA WOMAN (dir. Robert Siodmark)  

November 17, 2023:     Acteurist Oeuvre-view – Lilli Palmer – Part 4: THUNDER ROCK (1942) and ENGLISH WITHOUT TEARS (1944)

November 24, 2023:     Silent Noirvember with Ozu – WALK CHEERFULLY (1930), THAT NIGHT’S WIFE (1930) and DRAGNET GIRL (1933)

December 1, 2023:       Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – Paramount – 1945: THE MAN IN HALF MOON STREET (dir. Ralph Murphy) and SALTY O’ROURKE (dir. Raoul Walsh)

December 8, 2023:       Acteurist Oeuvre-view – Lilli Palmer – Part 5: THE RAKE’S PROGRESS (1945) and BEWARE OF PITY (1946)

December 15, 2023:     Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – MGM – 1945: THE CLOCK (dir. Vincente Minnelli) and YOLANDA AND THE THIEF (dir. Vincente Minnelli)

December 22, 2023:     Special Subject – Have Yourself a Monty Wooley Christmas – THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER (1942) and THE BISHOP’S WIFE (1947)

December 29, 2023:     Acteurist Oeuvre-view – Lilli Palmer – Part 6: CLOAK AND DAGGER (1946) and BODY AND SOUL (1947)

January 5, 2024:           Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – Warner Brothers – 1945: SARATOGA TRUNK (dir. Sam Wood) and Danger Signal (dir. Robert Florey)

January 12, 2024:         Acteurist Oeuvre-view – Lilli Palmer – Part 7: HANS LE MARIN (1949) and THE LONG DARK HALL (1951)

January 19, 2024:         Special Subject- Silent Ozu Sampler – TOKYO CHORUS (1931), I WAS BORN BUT… (1932), and PASSING FANCY (1933)

January 26, 2024:         Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – 20th Century Fox – 1945: FALLEN ANGEL (dir. Otto Preminger) and LEAVE HER TO HEAVEN (dir. John M. Stahl)

February 2, 2024:         Acteurist Oeuvre-view – Lilli Palmer – Part 8: THE FOUR POSTER (1952) and MAIN STREET TO BROADWAY (1953)

February 9, 2024:         Valentine’s Special Subject – LA CAPTIVE (2000) and MARNIE (1964)

February 16, 2024:       Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – Universal – 1945: LADY ON A TRAIN (dir. Charles David) and THE SUSPECT (dir. Robert Siodmak)

February 23, 2024:       Acteurist Oeuvre-view – Lilli Palmer – Part 9: FEUERWERK (1954) and TEUFEL IN SEIDE (1956)

March 1, 2024:             Special Subject – Produced By Sam Goldwyn, 1930s Sampler: THE DARK ANGEL (1935), DODSWORTH (1936), THESE THREE (1936) and WUTHERING HEIGHTS (1939)

March 8, 2024:             Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – Paramount – 1946: MISS SUSIE SLAGLE’S (dir. John Berry) and THE BLUE DAHLIA (dir. George Marshall)

March 15, 2024:           Acteurist Oeuvre-view – Lilli Palmer – Part 10: DER GLASERN TURM (1957) and LES AMANTS DE MONTPARNASSE (1959)

March 22, 2024:           Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – MGM – 1946: A LETTER FOR EVIE (dir. Jules Dassin) and TWO SMART PEOPLE (dir. Jules Dassin)

March 29, 2024:           Acteurist Oeuvre-view – Lilli Palmer – Part 11: MADCHEN IN UNIFORM (1959) and BUT NOT FOR ME (1959)

April 5, 2024:               Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – Warner Brothers – 1946: DEVOTION (dir. Curtis Bernhardt) and NIGHT AND DAY (dir. Michael Curtiz)

April 12, 2024:              Special Subject – Anna Magnani Sampler, Part 2: THE ROSE TATTOO (1955), WILD IS THE WIND (1957), THE FUGITIVE KIND (1960) and MAMA ROMA (1962)

April 19, 2024:              Acteurist Oeuvre-view – Lilli Palmer – Part 12: CONSPIRACY OF HEARTS (1960) and THE PLEASURE OF HIS COMPANY (1961)

April 26, 2024:              Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – 20th Century Fox – 1946: THE RAZOR’S EDGE (dir. Edmund Goulding) and THE DARK CORNER (dir. Henry Hathaway)

May 3, 2024:                Acteurist Oeuvre-view – Lilli Palmer – Part 13: THE COUNTERFEIT TRAITOR (1962) and MIRACLE OF THE WHITE STALLIONS (1963)

May 10, 2024:              Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – RKO – 1946: CRACK-UP (dir. Irving Reis) and STEP BY STEP (dir. Phil Rosen)

May 17, 2024:              Special Subject – Produced By Sam Goldwyn, 1940s Sampler: THE LITTLE FOXES (1941), THE PRIDE OF THE YANKEES (1942), THE BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES (1946), MY FOOLISH HEART (1949)

May 24, 2024:              Acteurist Oeuvre-view – Lilli Palmer – Part 14: TORPEDO BAY (1963) OPERATION CROSSBOW (1965)

May 31, 2024:              Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – Universal – 1946: THE CAT CREEPS (Erle C. Kenton) and SHE-WOLF OF LONDON (dir. Jean Yarbrough)

June 7, 2024:                Acteurist Oeuvre-view – Lilli Palmer – Part 15: OEDIPUS THE KING (1967) and SEBASTIAN (1968)

June 14, 2024:              Special Subject – Wartime Mizoguchi – The Story Of Last Chrysanthemum (1939) and The 47 Ronin (1941)

June 21, 2024:              Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – Paramount – 1947: CALCUTTA (dir: John Farrow) and CALIFORNIA (dir: John Farrow)

June 28, 2024:              Acteurist Oeuvre-view – Lilli Palmer – Part 16: NOBODY RUNS FOREVER (1968) and HARD CONTRACT (1969)

July 5, 2024:                 Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – MGM – 1947: CYNTHIA (dir Robert Z. Leonard) and HIGH WALL (dir. Curtis Bernhardt)

July 12, 2024:               Acteurist Oeuvre-view – Lilli Palmer – Part 17: DE SADE (1969) and THE HOUSE THAT SCREAMED (1969)

July 19, 2024:               Special Subject – Stanning For Anna Sten: NANA (1934), WE LIVE AGAIN (1934), THE WEDDING NIGHT (1935), LET’S LIVE A LITTLE (1948)

July 26, 2024:               Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – Warner Brothers – 1947: DARK PASSAGE (dir. Delmer Daves) and POSSESSED (dir. Curtis Bernhardt)

August 2, 2024:            Acteurist Oeuvre-view – Lilli Palmer – Part 18: LOTTE IN WEIMAR (1975) and BOYS FROM BRAZIL (1978)

August 9, 2024:            Hollywood Studios Year-by-Year – 20th Century Fox – 1947: BOOMERANG (dir. Elia Kazan) and KISS OF DEATH (dir. Henry Hathaway)

August 16, 2024:          Acteurist Oeuvre-view – Lilli Palmer – Part 19: HOLCROFT COVENANT (1985) and THE OTHER SIDE OF THE WIND (2018)

August 23, 2024:          Special Subject: King Vidor Sampler – STREET SCENE (1931), CYNARA (1932), and STELLA DALLAS (1937)

 

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