WELCOME TO Classic Films Reloaded

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"Life is a banquet and most poor suckers are starving to death!"

- Rosalind Russell, "Auntie Mame" (1958)



Classic Films Reloaded - taking a fresh look at some of the classic films of the cinema.




All About Eve (1950) Director: Joseph L. Mankiewicz

Butterfield 8 (1960) Director: Daniel Mann   

Butterfield 8 - Behind the scenes: the Liz-Eddie-Debbie scandal

Don't Look Now (1973) Directed by Nicolas Roeg

The Innocents (1961) Director: Jack Clayton

Laura (1944) Director: Otto Preminger

The Ladykillers (1955) Director: Alexander Mackendrick

Leave Her To Heaven (1945) Director: John M. Stahl

Love Me or Leave Me (1955) Director: Charles Vidor

North by Northwest (1959) Director: Alfred Hitchcock

The Pajama Game (1957) Produced and Directed by George Abbott and Stanley Donen

Pal Joey (1957) Director: George Sidney

Pillow Talk (1959) Director: Michael Gordon

The Prince and the Showgirl (1957) Director: Laurence Olivier   

The Prince and the Showgirl - Behind the Scenes: Did Olivier humiliate Monroe on the set?

"Rear Window" (1954) Director: Alfred Hitchcock

Rebel Without a Cause (1955) Director: Nicholas Ray

Separate Tables (1958) Director: Delbert Mann

Suddenly, Last Summer (1959), Directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz

The Three Musketeers (1973) Director: Richard Lester

Vertigo (1958) Director: Alfred Hitchcock

Whatever Happened to Baby Jane (1962) Director: Robert Aldrich

Written On The Wind (1956) Director: Douglas Sirk



Julie Christie

Kim Novak

John Wayne

Cary Grant



Going down? Acrophobic James Stewart nervously descends the tower in Vertigo (1958) Director: Alfred Hitchcock:

In an interview with Fran├žois Truffaut, Alfred Hitchcock said that Vertigo was one of his favourite films. Hitchcock blamed the film's initial failure on James Stewart, looking too old at 50 to play a convincing love interest for Kim Novak, who at 25 was half his age. Later, Hitchcock and Stewart received the San Sebasti├ín International Film Festival awards for Best Director and Best Actor respectively. - Wikipedia


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