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  Encyclopedia: 1942 in film   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Film refers to the celluloid media on which movies are printed Film is a term that encompasses motion pictures as individual projects, as well as the field in general.
See also: 1937 in film 1937 1939 in film 1930s in film years in film film // Events January — MGM announces that Judy Garland would be cast in the role of Dorothy in the upcoming Wizard of Oz motion picture.
Years in film Casablanca is a 1942 movie set during World War II in the Vichy-controlled Moroccan city of Casablanca.
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 Bambi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The film was based on the 1923 book Bambi, A Life in the Woods by Felix Salten.
It is a case study in the very basics of life: the ‘doe-eyed’, innocence of childhood; parental love; discovering and learning about the world around us; loss and grief; developing friendships; loyalty; balancing risk and need; growing toward independence; being at one and in harmony with nature; and romantic love.
Bambi was released in cinemas in 1942, during World War II and was Disney's fifth full length animated film.
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 The Film Tribune - Mrs. Miniver (1942)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
And finally, as if the rest of the film was not clear enough, the finale, taking place in the half-destroyed church, manages to be both sad and patriotic, and features one of the best speeches ever made in a war film, along with "In Which We Serve" (1942) and "Foreign Correspondent" (1940).
In the Ramsgate scene, the film shows an obvious model of a British dreadnought, and most of the train station scenes are filled with a replica of a railway car.
Miniver" would not be considered a perfect or credible film by the standards of today, in 1942, it was considered of vital importance to the war effort, because of its open patriotism and its consequent positive effect on morale.
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 Rita Hayworth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
First attracting attention of film producers as part of the dance team "The Dancing Cansinos", she was signed first by Fox studios, then free-lanced for several years before signing with Columbia.
Her well-known films include the musicals that mader her famous: (1941) and (1942) (both with Fred Astaire), and Cover Girl (1944) with Gene Kelly.
After about 1960 she suffered from early onset of Alzheimer's disease which was not diagnosed until 1980; she continued to act in films until the early 1970s and made a well-publicized appearance on The Carol Burnett Show near the end of her career.
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 Encyclopedia: 1942   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
See also: 1941 in film 1942 1943 in film 1940s in film years in film film // Events Carole Lombard is killed in a plane crash when returning from a War Bond tour.
This is a list of aviation-related events from 1942: Events January January 30 - Canadian Pacific Air Lines formed by the acquisition and merger of Arrow Airways and Canadian Airways, along with all the various subsidiaries of the latter.
François Darlan, French admiral and politician of Vichy France Admiral of the Fleet François Darlan (August 7, 1881 – December 24, 1942) was a French naval officer and senior figure of the Vichy France regime.
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 Feminism in film and the cat people
The sexually aggressive Dr. Judd from the 1942 film has been transformed in the 1982 film into Paul (304), Irena’s brother who was separated from her in early childhood.
These films came into being and were financially successful because they temporarily relieve the fears aroused by a recognition of social and political conflicts; they help to discourage any action that might otherwise follow upon the pressure generated by living with these conflicts.
Shrader’s film relieves the patriarchy’s fear of women, who were continuing to make social and political advances during the early 1980s, by reversing the female threat and replacing it with a male one.
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 1942 in film - Encyclopedia.WorldSearch   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
John Irving's novels pose tantalizing challenges to filmmakers: at his best, Irving has proven both popular and ambitious, crafting rich, picaresque fiction that juggles Big Themes and antic comedy, braiding his central narratives with intriguing subplots and discursive back stories driven by vivid...
Film on the Left: American Documentary Film from 1931 to 1942
Charmian Carr played eldest von Trapp daughter Liesl in the mega-successful film version of The Sound of Music, and judging from her earnest memoir, the story's sentimental wholesomeness rubbed off on her permanently.
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 Mrs. Miniver (1942) at Reel Classics   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
There was not a single battle scene in this war film, yet through its portrayal of the hardships suffered and overcome by a middle-class English family during the Blitz, Americans came to sympathize with the English, and support for American involvement in the European war rose dramatically.
MINIVER a pro-British war film, the screenwriters (with the help of director William Wyler) extrapolated Struther's book, expanding on her story by carrying her characters forward into a new and challenging setting.
If one were to break the film down into its "propaganda" components, one of the first would have to be the effort on the part of its filmmakers to put their American audience at ease with the highly class-conscious British social structure which no film about Britain in the 1940s could hope to ignore.
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 Les Visiteurs du soir / The Devil's Envoys / 1942 / film review / Marcel Carné
The film was hailed as a major cinematographic achievement upon its release in 1942 and was one of the most popular films made under the Nazi Occupation.
These include the haunting dance scene where the film is slowed to give the impression of time coming to a halt, allowing the two Devil’s emissaries to commence their evil machinations.
On the surface, the film appears to be a simple romantic fable set in a fairy tale castle with demons, knights and princesses.
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 Film History of the 1940s
The most subtle of all wartime propaganda films was the romantic story about a disillusioned nightclub owner (Humphrey Bogart) and a former lover (Ingrid Bergman) separated by WWII in Paris - Michael Curtiz' archetypal 40s film Casablanca (1942).
With a limited release in late 1942 (and wider release in 1943), the film was a timeless, beloved fl and white work originally based on an unproduced play entitled Everybody Comes to Rick's.
It was a moving tribute and account of courageous war-besieged Britishers reliving the trauma of Dunkirk and coping with the war's dangers in a village.
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 This Gun For Hire(1942)
At the time of the film's release, Lake was on the upswing of a meteoric rise and fall during the nineteen-forties.
Because the film is faithful to Greene's novel, the role of the tragic hit man is one of the most compelling of its kind.
Notably, the film lacks at least a bit of voice-over flashback narration that links past and present (although a dream sequence of Raven's childhood was filmed but cut from the theatrical release).
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 1942 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
1942 was a common year starting on Thursday (link will take you to calendar).
This is the first time in the naval history where two enemy fleets fought without seeing each other's fleets.
During the battle the Soviets will capture the city of Kharkov from the German Army, only to be encircled and destroyed.
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 1942 in film   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
November 26 - The film Casablanca premieres at the Hollywood Theater in York City.
Yolanda And The Thief (1945 Film) / The Fleet's In (1942 Film) [2 on 1]
The score is a little weak (which is one of the factors of it's faliure in theaters)but one good song is "coffee time" a swing-type number that has well writ...
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 1942 In Film Encyclopedia Article, Definition, History, Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
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 ninemsn Encarta - Scorsese, Martin
Scorsese, Martin (1942- ), American film-maker, whose films explore the Italian-American experience.
Scorsese was born in New York and attended the New...
Films: When I made it, I didn't intend to have the…
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 Amazon.com: Books: The Wages of Sin: Censorship and the Fallen Woman Film 1928-1942   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
She challenges the commonplace that pre-1935 films were uncensored and shows that Code administrators were ``always complicit to some degree with the aims of major film producers.'' However, the tentativeness of her conclusions leaves one with the sense that this is a work in progress.
In The Wages of Sin, Lea Jacobs uses the fallen woman film, which served as a focal point for public criticism of the film industry, to explore Hollywood's system of self-censorship and the evolution of the rules governing representations of sexuality.
The truth is that the fallen women films of the early thirties explored sensitive subject matter, were protofeminist, and that the sentiments expressed therein -- the notion, for example, that sex before marriage was acceptable -- soon became mainstream in women's films, at least until the intrusion of censorship.
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 Two free film events showcase black films, filmmakers, Langston Hughes
A rarely seen 1942 film written by Langston Hughes, "Way Down South," will be shown at the Black Films and Filmmakers program at Haskell Indian Nations University Auditorium, 155 Indian Ave.
"We are pleased to have filmmakers and film critics of this caliber participate in the centennial symposium," said Maryemma Graham, symposium director.
His feature films and documentaries include the prize-winning films "Looking for Langston" (1989) and "Young Soul Rebels" (1991), which won the Semaine Internationale de la Critique de la Prize at Cannes.
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 1942 cary film grant   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
His personal dichotomy was referenced in films from time to...
His personal dichotomy was referenced in films from time to time:.
This was the third of three films that Cary Grant made with Stevens,...
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 1942 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
1942 - World War II: Second Battle of Kharkov - In the eastern Ukraine, the Soviet Army initiates a major offensive.
November 17 - Martin Scorsese, American film director
August 6 - Jonathan Campbell, American film pioneer (b.
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 Casablanca (1942)
The classic and much-loved romantic melodrama Casablanca (1942), always found on top-ten lists of films, is a masterful tale of two men vying for the same woman's love in a love triangle.
Except for the initial airport sequence, the entire studio-oriented film was shot in a Warner Bros. Hollywood/Burbank studio.
And Bergman wasn't even nominated for this film, but instead was nominated for Best Actress for For Whom The Bell Tolls (and she lost to Jennifer Jones in The Song of Bernadette).
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 Wake Island at Celebrity-Fansites.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
This epic war film was made as a factual film chronicle, an authentic picturization of America at war- the first of its kind since a Japanese "stab in the back", on 7 Dec 1941, had changed the course of American history.
In the making of this film, the United State Marine Corps provided Lieutenant Colonel Francis E. Pierce, USMC (later downed 6 confirmed Japanese aircraft, and C.O. of MCAD Miramar, 24 Oct 44-1 Apr 45) as technical advisor, and Lieutenant Colonel W. Farrell, USMC, as liaison officer.
Thus, the audience of 1942 at all home theaters laughed, cried, and howled as the Marines goofed-off, fought one another, and hit hard the enemy landing force in the final scenes.
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 Dernier atout / The Last Ace in the Deck / 1942 / film review / Jacques Becker
Jacques Becker’s first film is a rather obvious attempt to emulate the American gangster movie / film noir genre.
Whilst not as stylish or confident as Becker’s subsequent policier, Touchez pas au grisbi (1953), it is an entertaining first foray in to the sleazy milieu of classic French film noir.
Mindful of censorship from the occupying Germans, Becker was almost obliged to set his film in a fictitious South American country, something which reinforces the artificiality and remoteness of the film and makes apparent its American gangster film origins.
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 VH1.com : Movies : Person : Walter Brooke : Biography
It's hard to believe that American actor Walter Brooke, who always looked about 45 years old, actually made his first film in 1942 when he was all of 27.
after his film debut in Bullet Scars (1942), Brooke's film roles improved as he grew into his familiar businesslike demeanor, as in his plot-motivating character in Conquest of Space (1953).
A full two decades after his film bow, he was still getting good parts in films like The Graduate (1967) (as Mr.
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 Rediff On The NeT Business News: ICICI to take new avatar, reach out to the masses
The Industrial Credit and Investment Corporation of India or ICICI Limited, one of the leading financial institutions, is embarking upon a massive advertising and public relations programme.
Besides the Chopra-made corporate film, the ICICI has engaged three PR agencies to promote its image and products among the masses, she said.
The film campaign -- to be translated into six regional languages (Bengali, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Gujarati, Kannada) -- will be phased out over a period of one year.
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 1942 film   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
1942 film I would like to use the film by Wolfgang Liebeneiner starring Emil Jannings entitled "Die Entlassung" in a course I will be teaching.
The 1942 film offers an interesting slant on the conflict between Bismarck and Wilhelm II; Jannings wrote an article in which he developed the "Friedrich der Grosse to Hitler" thesis, meant positively.
Any help/information on how to locate a copy of lthe film would be much appreciated.
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 1942 in film - Encyclopedia, History and Biography
1942 in film - Encyclopedia, History and Biography
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 Slow Fade to Black: The Negro in American Film, 1900-1942:0195021304:Cripps, Thomas:eCampus.com
Set against the backdrop of the fl struggle in society, Slow Fade to Black is the definitive history of African-American accomplishment in film - both before and behind the camera - from the earliest movies through World War II.
But with the coming of World War II also came increasing pressure for wider, more equitable use of fls in films, leading eventually to more sympathetic casting of racial roles, such as that of Sam, the piano player in the 1942 classic Casablanca.
A lively, thorough history of African-Americans in the movies, Show Fade to Black is also a perceptive social commentary on evolving racial attitudes in this country during the first four decades of the twentieth century.
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 16mm-1942 GOVERNMENT VOCATIONAL FILM (Subject # 104)
This ultra-rare, one-of-a-kind item is a good used original print on Kodak stock from 1942.
Unfortunately, it's missing the main title sequence, but starts at the beginning of the first scene and is complete from then on with an extremely sharp image, perfect theatrical contrast, and a superb variable area soundtrack.
Due to the varying cost of shipping films to diverse destinations, shipping will be determined by the weight of the film, closing auction price(for insurance purposes) and destination.
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