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R.I.P. Treat Williams

This is devastating news. In Sydney Lumet’s Making Movies, he talked about the choice to cast Treat Williams in Prince of the City: I wasn’t sure whether we were in drama or tragedy territory [with Prince of the City]. knew … Continue reading

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R.I.P. Larry Flynt

Speaking of smut … You’d have to have lived under a rock to not be aware of Larry Flynt during his heyday. Even if you never “read” Hustler, his shenanigans and Supreme Court hearings made headlines. Then, of course, for … Continue reading

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Let the Sun Shine! Olive Films’ release of Hair: 6/30

I wrote the booklet essay for Olive Films’ limited edition of Milos Forman’s Hair, which will be released on 6/30, and is now available for pre-order. Check out the list of special features (besides my essay, I mean). It looks … Continue reading

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Milos Forman’s Firemen’s Ball (1967)

The movie was directed by Milos Forman and saved from destruction by Francois Truffaut. No professional actors. Forman used actual firemen in the actual town he was filming in. The film takes place at a firemen’s ball.

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