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Revisiting the life of beloved Italian actress Anna Magnani at TIFF

The Globe and Mail
Indeed, by the time she had made it to Hollywood and was appearing in films such as The Secret of Santa Vittoria in 1969, her energy was threatening to become merely shrewish. There, in a plot about a town saving its wine stores from the Nazis, she ...

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The Story Behind This Week's Best Sellers

New York Times
In fiction, the No. 1 book was “The Secret of Santa Vittoria,” a World War II novel by Robert Crichton (no relation to Michael). For the true measure of 1967, though, you can't beat a couple of candy-colored sex novels that were also on the list ...

1970 Golden Globes Motion Picture Comedy Winner The Secret of Santa Vittoria News

Banned Books and Blockbusters

The New Yorker
... the books he lists as his favorites are all in the “Catch-22” mode: Charles Portis's “True Grit” (twenty-two weeks on the best-seller list), Chaim Potok's “The Chosen” (six months), and Robert Crichton's “The Secret of Santa Vittoria” (fifty weeks ...

1970 Golden Globes Motion Picture Comedy Winner The Secret of Santa Vittoria News

Daniel S. Kramer Reinvents 'A Dream Play' in Farkas Hall

Harvard Crimson
The collaborative effort of Harvard's Theater, Dance and Media concentrators, professional staff members from around the globe, and American Repertory Theater Institute actors culminates in director Daniel S. Kramer's unique rendition of “A Dream Play.

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