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    The Golden Coach (1952)

    Critics of the time considered Renoir's color films inferior to his black-and-whites, but that is not necessarily the case, as the full-color, English-language The Golden Coach is one of his greatest achievements. Though the film is a weird mix of light humor and weighty seriousness, it's the centerpiece performance by Anna Magnani that makes all the difference. She's a true force of nature, fighting off three different suitors from three walks of life while trying to make ends meet with her traveling theater show. read more...
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    The Golden Coach (1952)

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    • With: Anna Magnani, Odoardo Spadaro, Nada Fiorelli, Dante, Duncan Lamont, George Higgins, Ralph Truman, Gisella Mathews, Raf De La Torre, Elena Altieri, Paul Campbell, Riccardo Rioli, William Tubbs, Jean Debucourt
    • Written by: Jean Renoir, Jack Kirkland, Renzo Avanzo, Giulio Macchi, Ginette Doynel, inspired by Le Carrosse du Saint-Sacrement by Prosper Mérimée
    • Directed by: Jean Renoir
    • MPAA Rating: NR
    • Language: English
    • Running Time: 103 minutes
    • Release Date: 12/02/1952
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    The Big Heat (1953)

    The Big Heat is generally recognized as one of Fritz Lang's strongest pictures from his American period. Glenn Ford plays a detective whose wife (Jocelyn Brando) is killed after he pokes his nose too far into a local gangster's business. Lee Marvin co-stars as a nasty thug in charge of funny business and Gloria Grahame all but steals the picture as his smart-aleck girlfriend. The most famous scene has Marvin pitching a pot of hot coffee into Grahame's face, but the most powerful scene shows Ford at home enjoying his family life for a good five minutes before an explosion ends his wife's life -- Lang at his cruelest. read more...
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      The Big Heat (1953)

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      • With: Glenn Ford, Gloria Grahame, Jocelyn Brando, Alexander Scourby, Lee Marvin, Jeanette Nolan, Peter Whitney, Willis Bouchey, Robert Burton, Adam Williams, Howard Wendell, Chris Alcaide, Michael Granger, Dorothy Green, Carolyn Jones
      • Written by: Sydney Boehm, based on a "Saturday Evening Post" serial by William P. McGivern
      • Directed by: Fritz Lang
      • MPAA Rating: Unrated
      • Running Time: 89 minutes
      • Release Date: 10/13/1953
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      The Big Red One (1980)

      In 1980, after thirty years directing movies, Samuel Fuller got to make what he hoped would be his masterpiece, based on his experiences in World War II with his unit, the "big red 1." Fuller's version was a nearly four-hour epic. Surely it would have been the culmination of all his work, and been his masterpiece -- the film he would be remembered by. It's not his masterpiece, but only because the studio chopped it down to 2 hours, added narration, and a new score that Fuller did not approve of. As it stands now, The Big Red One is one of many masterpieces, among his many cheaper B-movies that are just as good, The Steel Helmet, Pickup on South Street, Shock Corridor, and The Naked Kiss. read more...
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        The Big Red One (1980)

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        • With: Lee Marvin, Mark Hamill, Robert Carradine, Bobby Di Cicco, Stephane Audran, Christa Lang, Kelly Ward, Siegfried Rauch, Samuel Fuller
        • Written by: Samuel Fuller
        • Directed by: Samuel Fuller
        • MPAA Rating: R for war violence and some language (previously rated PG)
        • Running Time: 113 minutes
        • Release Date: 05/27/1980
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        They Were Expendable (1945)

        Anyone who makes a war movie these days should stop and watch John Ford's They Were Expendable as a prerequisite. At its core, it tells the story of how the Navy's then-new PT boats became a major part of WWII, but that's arguably the least interesting part. Ford shot the film at the tail end of the war, and it may have been the first film to capture the alternating thrills and horrors of combat. read more...
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        They Were Expendable (1945)

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        • With: Robert Montgomery, John Wayne, Donna Reed, Jack Holt, Ward Bond, Marshall Thompson, Paul Langton, Leon Ames, Arthur Walsh, Donald Curtis, Cameron Mitchell, Jeff York, Murray Alper, Harry Tenbrook, Jack Pennick, Alex Havier, Charles Trowbridge, Robert Barrat, Bruce Kellogg, Tim Murdock, Louis Jean Heydt, Russell Simpson, Vernon Steele
        • Written by: Frank Wead, based on a book by William L. White
        • Directed by: John Ford
        • MPAA Rating: Unrated
        • Running Time: 135 minutes
        • Release Date: 12/18/1945
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        The Stranger (1946)

        After making the financial flops Citizen Kane and The Magnificent Ambersons and losing his RKO contract, Orson Welles made The Stranger (1946) as a last-ditch attempt to prove that he could deliver a profitable Hollywood film as well as anyone. So this thriller starring Edward G. Robinson as a post-WWII Nazi hunter and Welles as a Nazi spy hiding out in an American small town comes across as strangely... normal. read more...
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          The Stranger (1946)

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          • With: Edgar G. Robinson, Orson Welles, Loretta Young, Philip Merivale, Richard Long, Konstantin Shayne, Byron Keith, Billy House, Martha Wentworth
          • Written by: Victor Trivas, Decla Dunning, Anthony Veiller, Orson Welles (uncredited), John Huston (uncredited)
          • Directed by: Orson Welles
          • MPAA Rating: Not Rated
          • Running Time: 95 minutes
          • Release Date: 05/24/1946
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