Randex

Tuesday 01 July 2014
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Chris Vognar, Dallas Morning News

King Vidor is one of those Hollywood filmmakers beloved by movie people but unknown by pretty much everyone else. The Galveston native made his share of sound-era spectaculars, including The Fountainhead and the David O. Selznick vanity project Duel in the Sun, from which he was fired by one David O. Selznick.

Posted over 4 years ago Publication date: 01 Jul 2014
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Richard Sandomir, Sports On Earth

Gary Cooper was a major star before he made Pride, mentioned along with Cary Grant, James Stewart, Humphrey Bogart and Henry Fonda. Cooper had already made Mr. Deeds Goes to Town, The Westerner, Meet John Doe and Sergeant York, and he would later star in For Whom The Bell Tolls, The Fountainhead and High Noon.

Posted over 4 years ago Publication date: 30 Jun 2014
Saturday 28 June 2014

…Tom Skerrit), un cliente riquísimo. «Lo tiene todo. ¿Por qué se siente tan acorralado?». «Porque hay más gente que quiere que gente que tiene. Lea a Ayn Rand». «Oh, Dios mío. ¿Ha leído sus libros? Son horribles». «Bueno, no pretenden ser “Moby Dick”. Son para hacerte pensar». «Un tipo bombardea un…

Posted over 4 years ago Publication date: 27 Jun 2014
Thursday 26 June 2014

…How Could You!’’ ‘Love Letters’ (1945) Objectivist icon Ayn Rand (“The Fountainhead’’) penned this lush romantic tragedy starring Joseph Cotten and Jennifer Jones, which was released on VHS eons ago….

Posted over 4 years ago Publication date: 26 Jun 2014