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"TOM JONES" (1963) Review

Recently, I searched my memories for any Film produced outside of the United States that not only won the Academy Award for Best Picture, but I would also consider a personal preferito of mine. Only one came to mind - the 1963 movie, "TOM JONES".

"TOM JONES" turned out to be the secondo non-Hollywood film that won the coveted Oscar prize. Directed da Tony Richardson, the movie is an adaptation of Henry Fielding's 1749 novel, "The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling", about the coming-of-age and misadventures of an illegitimate young man, raised da a landowner in mid-18th...
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"BLANCHE FURY" (1948) Review

I suspect that many fan of costume dramas would be fascinated to know about the series of period dramas released da the British film industry during the post-World War II era. A good number of those films were released da a British film studio known as Gainsborough Pictures. But not all of them were released through this particular studio. Some were released through other studios o production companies . . . like the 1948 period drama, "BLANCHE FURY".

Based upon the 1939 novel written da Marjorie Bowen (under the pseudonym of Joseph Stearling), "BLANCHE FURY" told...
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Charlotte, Emily and Anne Brontë face a life of hardship. Trapped at home with very few opportunities, they share the burden of supporting their father Patrick and their troubled brother Branwell, who has Lost his way in life.
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