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Ace High (1968)

One almost wants to change this title to “Shades of Tuco.” Truthfully with a couple of tweaks to the script, this spaghetti western from director Giuseppe Colizzi could have served […]

The Sentinel (1977)

Show me a 1970’s theatrical release with no less than sixteen “stars” I’m sure to recognize and I’d think I was sitting down to watch another disaster epic. Maybe the […]

The Salamander (1981)

In the tradition of an Agatha Christie mystery comes this hybrid espionage/murder tale that sees Franco Nero courting a group of well known actors that populate this filmed in Italy […]

Blue (1968)

If Sean Connery can star in Shalako, then surely Terence Stamp can star in a western all his very own. In this case it’s Blue, from director Silvio Narizzano and […]

The Domino Principle (1977)

Generally regarded as a weak film in the careers of all those involved, let’s look at the fact that this Stanley Kramer film allows some heavyweight talent to share the […]

A Lovely Way To Die (1968)

Not a title one is likely to come up with when naming Kirk Douglas movies. Here I am always professing to be a first line Kirk fan and I haven’t […]

A Don Siegel Film : The Movie Posters

Beginning my journey into film studies in the late seventies and early eighties, I began to notice some familiar names on the final screen credit before a movie really got underway. […]

The Rose Tattoo (1955)

This highly acclaimed Tennessee Williams story was originally released to Broadway in 1951 with great success. It captured Tony awards for both leads, Maureen Stapleton and Eli Wallach. Once producer […]

Mistress (1992)

From Robert De Niro’s Tribeca Productions comes this satirical comedy from actor, director, writer Barry Primus. Robert Wuhl stars as a forgotten film maker who is in his forties when […]

ELI WALLACH : Before Tuco There Was Calvera

When the opening credits of John Sturges’ The Magnificent 7 come to a close, Elmer Bernstien’s memorable western score  shifts dramatically as an army of bandits on horseback ride into the frame. […]

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