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GEORGE SANDERS — Hollywood’s Classic Cad

GEORGE SANDERS — Hollywood’s Classic Cad.

There have been few Hollywood actors who could match George Sanders for supercilious nastiness onscreen (and perhaps off as well). As drama critic-narrator Addison de Witt in 1950’s All About Eve, he gave  what critic David Thomson describes as a supreme demonstration of soft-spoken, tranquil caddishness. He also stole the show, and won an Oscar in the process.  The […]

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HEMINGWAY ON SCREEN

HEMINGWAY ON SCREEN

  Hello everybody.  Joe Morella and  Frank Segers here.  With our pal Larry Michie. Larry further muses on Hemingway Novels to screen. “In 1957 came a film version of Hemingway’s first novel, a classic that enraptured millions of readers and defined what came to be known as ‘The Lost Generation.’ Unfortunately, on the big screen […]

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