MEMORABLE PERFORMANCES – PT8

MEMORABLE PERFORMANCES – PT8

November 30, 2018 Alan Royle 0

  Rita Hayworth as Gilda in Gilda (1946) Glenn Ford & Rita in Gilda  Gilda was an enormous success for Columbia in 1946, so much so that Rita Hayworth’s agent demanded a share of the profits of all subsequent films made by her. Columbia head Harry Cohn point blank refused. Her […]

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THE ‘GOOD GAL’ ACTRESSES.

September 29, 2018 Alan Royle 2

  Selecting the 20 actresses that I felt might be really likeable, decent people to get to know, proved to be far more difficult than choosing the men. Why? Because I had to differentiate between likeability and desirability, a problem that never reared its head with the men. Each time […]

FOUR BRITISH WARTIME CLASSICS

March 29, 2018 Alan Royle 0

  The British have always been exceptionally good at making movies about World War Two. They seem to possess a knack for underplaying heroism which, unfortunately, tends to make warfare even more heroic than any amount of gaudy flag-waving might otherwise imply. Americans would probably be the first to admit […]

Beautiful actresses – my Top 50 (Part 1)

January 29, 2016 admin 4

  I thought it might be fun to present the fifty actresses I personally feel looked the best on screen at some time or another. Thanks to the wonderful access to Google Image, I should be able to insert into each article a still from the particular movie that impressed […]