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  AMNH Library - Special Collections - Film List
This film was made by Commander George M. Dyott, a professional cinematographer, whose main purpose was to show the environment of India, Nepal, and Burma, and therefore be valuable to the hall preparators designing the dioramas for the AMNH Hall of South Asiatic Mammals.
This film was taken in the mountains of British Columbia, and concentrates on the arduous task of filming the North American mountain goat.
This film, taken on the coast of Texas, is primarily comprised of footage of birds.
library.amnh.org /special/film_list3.html   (6240 words)

 1958 in film - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
December 6 - Nick Park, film-maker and animator
January 13 - Jesse L. Lasky, film producer
This page was last modified 04:52, 1 January 2006.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/1958_in_film   (152 words)

 Amazon.com: Vertigo (Collector's Edition): DVD: Isabel Analla,Raymond Bailey,Barbara Bel Geddes,Paul Bryar,Ellen ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Vertigo is one of those films that is so good, no one at the time of release is able to appreciate it.
The documentary about the restoration of the film is very interesting and makes you realize what a job it is to restore a film.
In the film's last scene, Scottie overcomes his vertigo but not the need to avenge himself on the figure who has betrayed him and his boyish fixation.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0783226055?v=glance   (2980 words)

 At-A-Glance Film Reviews: Hercules (1958)
Although as of this writing I haven't seen close to the number of Hercules films that have been over the years, mostly in Italy (sand epics like this are staples of Italian filmmaking), from what I gather this is the best of the bunch (not counting Disney's animated version).
Even this film isn't much favored, and I'm not going to go against the tide on this one.
This is the dullest, most confusing version of this story -- the story of Jason and the golden fleece told from Hercules' point of view and with him as the hero -- that I've ever seen.
www.rinkworks.com /movies/m/hercules.1958.shtml   (317 words)

 Medialunchbox - Music : Vertigo: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (1958 Film)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Vertigo is not only the finest of Bernard Herrmann's scores written for the films of Alfred Hitchcock, but also one of the most memorable and captivating movie scores of all time.
Muir Matheson's original recording is tatty in places, but it belongs uniquely to the world of the original film, and as such I wouldn't wish it to be altered one iota.
The film's atmosphere is contained brilliantly therein, from the suspenseful and brooding ambience of the early scenes to the sweeping passion...
www.medialunchbox.com /ItemId/B0000014ZW   (433 words)

 Bright Lights Film Journal | Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo
The 1958 film, currently in re-release, possesses a strange symmetry that raises the question of whether Hitchcock had ulterior, perhaps mischievous, motives to his direction.
The remainder of the first half of the film is sustained by the mystery of Madeleine Elster's (Kim Novak) relationship to the long-departed Carlotta Valdez, and Scottie's falling in love with the seemingly haunted Madeleine.
But the film disavows such forces by resolving the mystery with a rational explanation, grounding the story in the worldly realm where suspense more naturally results from the indeterminism of free will, as dramatized by Scottie's uncertain choices, rather than the possibility of some karmic comeuppance, irrelevant in its random nature.
www.brightlightsfilm.com /18/18_vertigo.html   (1418 words)

 The Quiet American (1958)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The political climate at the time did not allow these elements to be shown in the 1958 film.
Graham Greene was incensed by this change and denounced the film.
During filming, the first American movie made in Vietnam, Audie Murphy almost died and the cast was under death threats.
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 Cowboy (1958) (Sub) - DVD film: Totaltiorden.dk   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
An interesting and nice feature of this smart film is watching the Lemmon and Ford characters evolve along the drive.
I guess I'd call it myth-busting, probably a lot more shocking in 1958 than it is today.
Why do those who support the rights of directors and complain when someone "messes" with "their" product think nothing of chopping a film to fit a televion screen.
www.totaltiorden.dk /shop/dvd_details.php/B000063UQO|dvd   (725 words)

 Kino Film: Titanic
In April, 1943, the film was banned by the Berlin censors for German release because of its terrifying scenes of panic, all too familiar to German civilians undergoing nightly Allied bombing raids.
The film was seen in Germany finally in late 1949, but banned a few months later in the Western sectors (though not in the Soviet zone, because of its unmistakable anti-British-capitalist theme).
Technically, this Titanic is an excellent catastrophe film; its shots of the ship sinking were later used by the 1958 British film without credit.
www.kino.com /video/item.php?film_id=709   (262 words)

 Film Revival!
Adapted from John Barth's first novel, The End of The Road, published in 1958, the film is faithful to the book's distanced narrative.
Whereas the Doctor's race was not significant in the novel, the film's casting of James Earl Jones is central to Avakian and Southern's adaptation.
End of The Road is a raw cry of anguish over the death of sixties idealism filmed in a year when hope and fear were starkly felt by millions around the world.
www.terrysouthern.com /endoftheroad.html   (1654 words)

 Cat On A Hot Tin Roof (1958)
The play was originally directed by film director Elia Kazan, starring Ben Gazzara, Barbara Bel Geddes, Burl Ives, and Mildred Dunnock - with Ives as the only one reprising his role in the film version.
Because of strict censorship Production Codes in the late 1950s at the height of Hollywood's concern about film content, all references to homosexuality and four-letter words were deleted, watered down, or obscured from the shocking, original play, and the ending was considerably changed from the original Tennessee Williams play.
The film opens in the middle of the night (3 am in the morning) with Brick Pollitt (Paul Newman), a good-looking but tormented, brooding, boozing, ex-high school football star, setting up hurdles on a track next to the football field of his alma mater - East Mississippi High School.
www.filmsite.org /cato.html   (1829 words)

 1958 in film - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
1958 in film - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
This encyclopedia, history, geography and biography article about 1958 in film contains research on
1958 in film, Events, Top grossing films, Academy Awards, Short film series, Ending this year, Births, Deaths, Other movies released, 1958, 1958 films and Years in film.
www.arikah.com /encyclopedia/1958_in_film   (168 words)

 Thunder Road
The quote, taken from a web site promoting a late 1990s video edition of the film released originally in 1958, is misleading, both in the catchy diction employed and in the use of glaring colors.
Some film historians now grudgingly call it a ‘cult favorite.’ But when it was released, it wasn’t a cult that made Thunder Road a hit, unless you want to call large sections of Kentucky, Tennessee, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Virginia, Georgia and Alabama a ‘cult.’ In that region, it was a flat-out blockbuster.”
For those who haven’t seen [the film], the subject is cliched.
www.univie.ac.at /Anglistik/easyrider/data/Thunderr.htm   (598 words)

 Dracula (1958 film) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dracula is a 1958 British horror film, and the first of a series of Hammer Horror films inspired by the Bram Stoker novel Dracula.
In the United States, the film was retitled Horror of Dracula to avoid confusion with the Tod Browning directed Dracula (1931) starring Bela Lugosi as the Count.
Production began at Bray Studios on the 17 November 1957 with an investment of £81,000.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Horror_of_Dracula   (221 words)

 Film Quarterly (JSTOR) (1958-)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
This title was previously published as Quarterly of Film Radio and Television (JSTOR) (1951-1957).
Current issues are available at Film Quarterly (2001-).
JSTOR provides archival access to select journals from various publishers, excluding recent issues, which are added annually according to a "moving wall" of two to five years.
lib.harvard.edu /screen_reader/details/f/filmqtly.html   (110 words)

 Film Archive CataloguePlus!
The post-war period saw a renewed focus on the nuclear family, with leisure and recreation activities being family-centred and often lovingly recorded on 8mm or 16mm film.
Created with no thought of an audience beyond the living room, these films maintain their sense of intimacy: private and public experiences converge.
The films in this selection celebrate the New Zealand family Christmas: on holiday with the children at the beach, the bach, the motor camp or at home over the long summer months.
data.filmarchive.org.nz /search/catplus/catplus-xmas.php   (294 words)

 Read about 1958 in film at WorldVillage Encyclopedia. Research 1958 in film and learn about 1958 in film here!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Read about 1958 in film at WorldVillage Encyclopedia.
Research 1958 in film and learn about 1958 in film here!
February 16- "In the Money" is released on this date.
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 Film: Black and White
It’s a dramatic reconstruction of a famous trial half a century ago in which a man was sentenced to death on the basis of nothing more than a dubious confession.
Ngoombujarra’s is one of the best performances in any film this year but perhaps the most unusual aspect of Black And White is its dissection of the Australian class system of 50 years ago.
Most similar films are essentially plot driven but screenwriter Louis Nowra was more concerned with the human dimensions of Max Stuart’s story.
sunday.ninemsn.com.au /sunday/film_reviews/article_1177.asp   (868 words)

 Marcel Camus --  Encyclopædia Britannica
French motion-picture director who won international acclaim for his second film, Orfeu Negro (Black Orpheus) in 1958.
The film was praised for its use of exotic settings and brilliant spectacle and won first prize at both the Cannes and Venice film festivals as well as an Oscar from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
His most celebrated characterization, first presented in 1947, is the white-faced clown Bip, a cross between Pierrot, a stock comic character in French pantomime, and the tramp portrayed in silent films by...
www.britannica.com /eb/article-9019898   (739 words)

 BBC ON THIS DAY | 15 | 1958: Film stars raise cash for Colleano
In a bankruptcy hearing in May, the court heard he owed an estimated £8,000 to the Inland Revenue for income tax and had assets of only £367.
The couple were divorced in 1951 and he went on to marry actress Susan Shaw in 1954.
He went on to star in several other films, including the Lion of the Desert, in 1981, and also made appearances in TV shows, such as The Professionals and Only Fools and Horses.
news.bbc.co.uk /onthisday/hi/dates/stories/december/15/newsid_3245000/3245079.stm   (547 words)

 [... Film|Snob Reviews 1958]
The film that made Malle's and Moreau's names concerns an upper-middle-class wife who can't find satisfaction with her provincial home and husband, nor with her Parisian lover.
Then she meets a young stranger and is smitten.
The last - and arguably greatest - example of the classical film noir period.
www.geocities.com /ykantgoranrite/1958.html   (394 words)

 MoviesOnline - Latest Movie News / Reviews
The creator of Sidekicks a new superhero flick posted a new update for his film on our discussion boards letting us know that things are progressing very well.
So, it's the time of the year when everyone is making lists of the best and worst films of the year.
The film is a mixture of many of the most terrifying things about human nature and the world at...
www.moviesonline.ca /dvdB0000014ZW.htm   (1467 words)

 The Complete Peanuts 1957-1958 - DVD film: Totaltiorden.dk   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
This book reminds us all how brilliant Peanuts was in the first several decades of its life.
Well, I guess that if you haven't seen the three previous volumes, this is an attempt on the publishers part to reprint all 18,000, yes, 18,000 of the 'Peanuts' cartoon scripts.
This particular volume contains the strips from the years 1957 and 1958 (I bet you didn't get that out of the title).
www.totaltiorden.dk /shop/dvd_details.php/1560976705|dvd   (715 words)

 1958 Cannes Film Festival
May 9th 1958 Jacques Tati's movie "My Uncle" is shown at the 11th Cannes Film Festival.
On the waterfront; Tomorrow, the film world gathers in the south of France for its most glamorous festival.
The Rotterdam Film Festival may be Cannes' quieter sibling, but, says Jonathan Romney, it's where the real action is.(Features) (The Independent Sunday (London, England))
www.infoplease.com /ipa/A0149994.html   (244 words)

 While viewing Alfred Hitchcock’s 1958 film “Vertigo,” you will need to take notes on one of the following topics, ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
While viewing Alfred Hitchcock’s 1958 filmVertigo,” you will need to take notes on one of the following topics, about which
Hitchcock Film Elements:  Take notes on Hitchcock’s Film Elements (MacGuffin, Cameos, Cool Blondes, The Twist, etc.
Topic is fully addressed, using specific scenes from the film, and analyzing how the elements influence the meaning of the scene/film.
www.mvhs.fuhsd.org /kelly_wong/British%20Literature/Hitchcock/filmanalysis.htm   (213 words)

 Amazon.com: Damn Yankees: An Original Soundtrack Recording (1958 Film) [SOUNDTRACK]: Music
Virtually intact, and with only one major cast change (Tab Hunter replacing Stephen Douglass as Joe Hardy), the show was transferred to the screen in 1958, in a splashy screen transfer that retained all the flavor and guile of the original.
This soundtrack of the 1958 film version of the Adler-Ross Broadway hit "Damn Yankees" really makes me wish I could get my hands on a copy of the film itself.
"Damn Yankees" was one of two film musicals co-produced by George Abbot and Stanley Donen, the other one being "The Pajama Game." Both pictures were marked by an exuberance that you rarely saw, even in movies of the time, and the feeling really comes through on this CD.
www.jalvo.us /buy-22785816988086191553   (2106 words)

 1958 in film: Definition and Links by Encyclopedian.com - All about 1958 in film   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
1958 in film: Definition and Links by Encyclopedian.com - All about 1958 in film
See also: 1957 in film, other events of 1958, 1959 in film, list of 'years in film'.
Touch of Evil, directed by Orson Welles, starring Charlton Heston
www.encyclopedian.com /19/1958-in-film.html   (76 words)

 Vertigo: Appreciation of a Masterwork
Both films were clearly ahead of their time.
Even from the day it was released, it had a core following, as obsessed with the film as James Stewart's character, Scotty Ferguson, was with the cool, subdued Kim Novak.
If you can't resist the temptation of seeing it on video first, or if you live in the remote reaches of Siberia, the DVD is immaculately gorgeous and the VHS is high quality as well, mastered in THX with Dolby digital stereo.
www.flash.net /~park29/vertigo.htm   (477 words)

 The Naked and the Dead (1958)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
I have not read Mailer's book but I did see some Walsh Movies ("pursued" "white heat" "Colorado territory") and these movies feature touches of madness -the end of "white heat" is memorable-,this madness which emerges again in this war movie.
Walsh,though his film is very harsh,shows compassion,notably for the soldier whose wife died in child-birth and that's the final lines of the lieutenant,saved by his men:they did not do it out of fear but out of pity.
Discuss this movie with other users on IMDb message board for The Naked and the Dead (1958)
www.imdb.com /title/tt0051978   (227 words)

Apart from being a nice photo of some vintage film, there's a story behind this photo, and another story behind that story.
The box of film was purchased at the sale of an estate by Flickr member, Snaptorium.
She developed some of the negatives she found, and using her archaeology/detective skills, worked out that the photos were taken in 1958.
blog.flickr.com /flickrblog/2004/12/found.html   (190 words)

 Bilan du Siècle - 1958 - Première du film «Il était une guerre»   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Cette série, produite à l'Office national du film (ONF) de l'automne 1957 à janvier 1959, comprenait à l'origine 26 épisodes dramatiques de trente minutes destinés au petit écran.
Le film s'attarde à sonder en profondeur les réactions du peuple canadien face à la Deuxième Guerre mondiale.
Le film débute par l'annonce de la conscription et l'appel des célibataires sous les armes.
bilan.usherbrooke.ca /bilan/pages/evenements/1286.html   (556 words)

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