American Cold War Culture: Liberal's Favorite Boogeyman
The Liberty Conservative
But absent from this study are films that criticized the right from such as Elia Kazan's A Face in the Crowd, a study of photogenic fascism, and The Manchurian Candidate, which posited that the far right was a tool of the far left. And these same ...
Why The Godfather Almost Didn't Happen | Den of Geek
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Francis Ford Coppola's classic adaptation of Mario Puzo's The Godfather could have been a very different film.
Pineda Receives Malcolm Lowry Fine Arts Literary Essay Award
... The Log of the Sea of Cortez,(1941), as well as three cinematographic productions: The Forgotten Village, directed by Herbert Kline (1941), the adaptation of The Pearl, directed by Emilio Fernández (1948), and Viva Zapata!, directed by Elia Kazan ...
70 years ago, 'A Streetcar Named Desire' took Broadway by storm
Marlon Brando, in an image from the set of director Elia Kazan's 'A Streetcar Named Desire.' Before he played the role of Stanley Kowalski in Kazan's film version of Tennessee Williams' play, Brando originated the role on Broadway, making himself an ...