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Tuesday 04 October 2016

…in the Sun, War and Peace, and an adaptation of Ayn Rand’s controversial novel The Fountainhead starring Gary Cooper and Patricia Neal. King Vidor, 21 August 2012. Film Daily (New York, Wid’s Films…

Posted about 2 years ago Publication date: 21 May 2016
Wednesday 07 September 2016

…Clockwise from top left: Gary Cooper, The Fountainhead (1949); Woody Harrelson and Demi Moore, Indecent Proposal (1993); Richard Gere, Intersection (1994); Keanu Reeves, The Lake House…

Posted about 2 years ago Publication date: 07 Sep 2016

…Clockwise from top left: Gary Cooper, The Fountainhead (1949); Woody Harrelson and Demi Moore, Indecent Proposal (1993); Richard Gere, Intersection (1994); Keanu Reeves, The Lake House…

Posted about 2 years ago Publication date: 06 Sep 2016
Monday 29 August 2016
Emily Hourican, Irish Independent (Dublin)

…where she started in the film adaptation of Ayn Rand’s best-selling, ground-breaking novel The Fountainhead, and fell passionately in love with Gary Cooper. The affair lasted three years…

Posted about 2 years ago Publication date: 29 Aug 2016
Monday 15 August 2016
Ammoland, AmmoLand.com

…is noble. Not in any form, nor for any purpose” ~ Howard Roark (played by Gary Cooper) in the 1949 feature film, “The Fountainhead” Comment:My antecedent, Queen Boadicea of Iceni, defiantly said on the eve of her…

Posted over 2 years ago Publication date: 15 Aug 2016
Sunday 24 July 2016

…and playwright. Rand’s two massive novels — “The Fountainhead” (1943) and “Atlas Shrugged” (1957) — both end in long speeches explaining her philosophy of “objectivism” and love of laissez-faire capitalism. They…

Posted over 2 years ago Publication date: 24 Jul 2016
Friday 22 July 2016
Robbie Collin; Tim Robey, The Telegraph (London)

…it plays like the early stages of a self-funded, Ayn Rand-ian biopic, complete with awed, neck-craning shots of the gilded skyscraper he’s just waiting to inherit. Culkin is a deeply strange Trump in…

Posted over 2 years ago Publication date: 22 Jul 2016
Sunday 03 July 2016

…ist, dass es nie zum Remake von King Vidors «The Fountainhead» (1949, mit Gary Cooper) nach Ayn Rand kam. Nach dem Studium der Architektur und Malerei in Yale und New Haven hatte der 1939 in New York geborene…

Posted over 2 years ago Publication date: 03 Jul 2016
Tuesday 14 June 2016
Aya Katz, The Libertarian Republic

…ever called her Mrs. O’Connor. They called him Mr. Ayn Rand. Source: Wikipedia What about dominance in marriage? I can’t say from personal experience, but from observing other people’s marriages, I would…

Posted over 2 years ago Publication date: 13 Jun 2016
Friday 10 June 2016
Neutral
Simone Finotti, il Giornale (Milan)

Un geniale architetto è anche l'Howard Roark (Gary Cooper), de La fonte meravigliosa, pellicola drammatica del 1949 di King Vidor ambientata a New York tra grattacieli, amori e gelosie (15 giugno ore 17).

Posted over 2 years ago Publication date: 06 Sep 2016
Tuesday 31 May 2016
Positive
Edward Cline, Family Security Matters

The dangerous men of the Pre-Code era… were not “heroes,” strictly speaking; they were thugs, gangsters, con men, cheats, a menagerie of ambiguous moralists, and a variety of Don Juans who treated women like discarded Kleenex and their victims as marks, patsies, and suckers. They were not of The Fountainhead or Atlas Shrugged caliber. In Western culture, true individualism had never found a voice until the novels of Ayn Rand. The Pre-Code “heroes,” however well they were played, were still the non-productive, essentially parasitical dross of society.

Posted over 2 years ago Publication date: 29 May 2016
Thursday 26 May 2016
Neutral
Scott Suttell, Crain’s Cleveland Business

Get ready for this summer’s big convention with “The Republicans are Coming, the Republicans are Coming,” a film series at Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque that kicks of with screenings of “Conan the Barbarian,” starring former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger. Other films in the series will include “The Fountainhead,” “The Little Colonel” (no, that one’s not about Donald Trump), “King’s Row” with Ronald Reagan and “Safety Last,” from lifelong Republican Harold Lloyd.

Posted over 2 years ago Publication date: 26 May 2016