Part of the March of Time series, in this episode (Volume 9, Number 10) the focus is on the entertainment industry's contribution to the war effort. It notes that 29% of film industry ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Hollywood Goes to War torrent reviews
Paul M (it) wrote: I am sure there would be some fans of this, but for me there was no point where I could connect to the characters - the plot itself done much much better in other movies (don't want to spoil the direction it goes in by telling the movie I think best covers the terrain)
Connie D (it) wrote: The Newfoundland movie! I loved it.
Frances H (mx) wrote: Enchanting beautifully filmed movie that seems lighthearted in tone, but really carries a very profound message about life. The acting by Ivan Barnev is superb and the Busby Burkely meal serving scene blew my mind. I loved it!
Chris S (mx) wrote: Super confusing plot, but the animation is top-notch and holds up even after over 20 years! Definitely need to watch this one a few times to completely understand and appreciate it.
monsieur r (ag) wrote: From the start of this wonderful original plot, we see Dr. Phibes rising from his crypt with his wife 3 years after his escape from numerous murders. After 2000 years, the planets alighned to open his crypt and bring his wife back to life. This campy sequel to 'THE ABOMINABLE DR. PHIBES' finds Vincent Price trying to revive his dead wife. His quest for the necessary elixir takes him to Egypt, to an ancient chamber buried deep in a mountainside, once used by the pharaohs. Robert Quarry is after the same prize, and Phibes kills Quarry's men in horrible ways. This comedy-horror films never takes itself too seriously, but the artful and fantastic Price makes this a worth while adventure. Suspend belief for a while and enter the world of Dr. Phibes. Great sets. Homourous comic relief. Original Release Date: Jul 5, 1972 Cast Vincent Price Peter Cushing Hugh Griffith Peter Jeffrey Fiona Lewis Robert Quarry Beryl Reid Terry-Thomas Valli Kemp Crew Executive Producer: Samuel Z. Arkoff Screenplay: Robert Blees Editor: Tristan Cones Costume Designer: Brian Cox Composer: John Gale Director: Robert Fuest Screenplay: Robert Fuest Producer: Louis M. Heyward Executive Producer: James H. Nicholson Cinematographer: Alex Thomson
Colleen O (ru) wrote: The short-term memory loss plot gets stale fast
Kenneth C (mx) wrote: I enjoyed the heck out of it. I didn't find the plot lacking. I am presuming by 'key components' the other reviewer wants to see sex scenes. Everything else that should be in a war or a spy movie is there. Deception, back stabbing, false assumptions, correct period costumes, correct period equipment (nice build of the aircraft carrier BTW, and the Japanese tank is quite recognizable even without the Rising Sun emblem). In the 1920s and 1930s Shanghai was considered to be one of the most violent, crime filled cities on Earth. A spy movie that is also a good detective murder mystery..