John Brahm
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John Brahm
John Brahm was a film and television director possibly best known today for directing a dozen of the original Twilight Zone episodes including the now classic "Time Enough at Last". His films include The Undying Monster (1942), The Lodger (1944), Hangover Square (1945), the film noir The Locket (1946) with Laraine Day, Robert Mitchum, and Brian Aherne, and the Secret Sharer segment of Face to Face.
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I Mille Occhi 2011, presentata la decima edizione del festival sul cinema perduto - Everyeye Network
Google News - over 5 years
Furono anche gli emigrati di ritorno - come Robert Siodmak oppure John Brahm -, i registi in transito - come Roberto Rossellini, Victor Vicas oppure Frantisek Cap - e gli eterni senza casa - come Peter Pewas - che negli anni post '45 crearono il noir
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Linda Darnell Movie Schedule: FALLEN ANGEL, HANGOVER SQUARE, DAY-TIME WIFE - Alt Film Guide (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Dir: John Brahm. Cast: Laird Cregar, Linda Darnell, George Sanders. BW-78 mins. 1:00 AM NO WAY OUT (1950) A racist gangster forces a black doctor to tend to his injuries. Dir: Joseph L. Mankiewicz. Cast: Richard Widmark, Linda Darnell, Stephen McNally,
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Our Lady of Fatima statue inspires the faithful - The Daily News Online
Google News - over 5 years
The story of the visions of the Blessed Virgin was told in a 1952 Hollywood movie, “The Miracle of Our Lady of Fatima,” directed by John Brahm. Eighteen churches in the Buffalo Diocese will host the statue during its trip through Western New York
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Oldies But Goodies - Thriller! with Boris Karloff - Paranormal Old Pueblo
Google News - over 5 years
These episodes were representative of the television mastery of directors such as Ida Lupino, John Brahm, Herschel Daugherty, and Paul Henreid. (He played Victor Laszlo in Casablanca.) All had unique visual perspectives that enthralled viewers and
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Around town: Crowd-pleasing films take over LA's revival houses this weekend - Los Angeles Times
Google News - over 5 years
The Cinematheque's Aero Theatre continues its "Centennial Tribute to Composer Bernard Herrmann" Thursday evening with two thrillers that feature his memorable scores: Alfred Hitchcock's 1960 "Psycho" and John Brahm's 1945 shocker "Hangover Square" with
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El sonido del miedo - Página 12
Google News - over 5 years
Por ejemplo, si algún estudiante de música tuviera tiempo para ver solamente una película de todo este ciclo, habría que decirle que se enfoque en la injustamente poco recordada Concierto macabro (Hangover Square), dirigida por John Brahm en 1945,
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PROGRAMA COMPLETO DEL CICLO SOBRE BERNARD HERMANN - Terra Argentina
Google News - over 5 years
-Martes 28: "Concierto macabro" (1945), de John Brahm, a las 14.30 y 19.30, y "Odio en el alma" (1952), de Nicholas Ray, a las 17 y 22. -Miércoles 29: "La dama y el fantasma" (1947), de Joseph L Mankiewicz, a las 14.30 y 21, y "El hombre del traje
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Projectionists Take Cues From Marks - San Diego Reader (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Laraine Day & Q. Marks in John Brahm's *The Locket* I miss cue marks. No, not my third cousin twice removed, but changeover cues, or cigarette burns as they are affectionately called. Whether they are round, oval or, in the case of union butchers,
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Laura, Otto Preminger elegante y misterioso - laRepúblicaCultural.es
Google News - over 5 years
... el mundo rehusaba bruscamente por participar en el proyecto: desde Lewis Milestone y Walter Lang, pasando por realizadores de corte artesanal, como John Brahm y Rouben Mamoulian, un sofisticado cineasta cuya carrera había conocido tiempos mejores
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Privés de télé ! – 3 - Libération
Google News - over 5 years
... Everett Chambers (futur producteur sur Columbo) ou Bernard C. Schoenfeld (une sélection aux Oscars), des épisodes réalisés par Robert Parrish, John Brahm (The Twilight Zone) ou Paul Henreid (Alfred Hitchcock Presents), une photographie confiée à
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Classifica dei film horror più belli di sempre, per rubare un abbraccio ... - Tuttogratis Donna
Google News - almost 6 years
Il pensionante (The Lodger) diretto nel 1944 da John Brahm 10. Them (Ils) diretto da David Moreau e Xavier Palud nel 2006 8. Il tagliagole (Le Boucher) diretto da Claude Chabrol nel 1970 7-6. Suspiria e Profondo Rosso, diretti da Dario Argento nel 1977
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Sweeney Todd, opérette gore - Slate.fr
Google News - almost 6 years
Qui contribua aussi à Hangover square (John Brahm, 1945), un film «racontant l'histoire d'un compositeur de talent, d'un naturel très doux, qui, lorsqu'il entend une certaine note aiguë, est atteint de schizophrénie et se transforme en serial killer»
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Mary Murphy Dies: Marlon Brando's Love Interest in THE WILD ONE - Alt Film Guide (blog)
Google News - almost 6 years
in cameos; a supporting role as Fredric March's daughter in William Wyler's The Desperate Hours (1955), which also starred Humphrey Bogart; and John Brahm's thriller The Mad Magician (1956), with Vincent Price and Eva Gabor. Murphy's last big-screen
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Joy of Fright: Old Chillers That Should Scare (but Not Terrorize) the Kids
NYTimes - over 9 years
THE natives pushed back as hard as they could, but slowly, terrifyingly, the huge door started to open. Then the giant ape burst through, sowing fear through Skull Island -- and the living room of my family's brownstone in Park Slope. I was all of 5, and I had stumbled on the original ''King Kong'' on television. I didn't switch it off. Instead I
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CRITIC'S CHOICE; Critic's Choice: New DVDs
NYTimes - over 9 years
CULT CAMP CLASSICS Warner Home Video has brought a very diverse group of 12 films together into four box sets collectively called ''Cult Camp Classics.'' Unsurprisingly, not all of them are cult films (if there is any fan frenzy over John Guillermin's ''Skyjacked,'' it is certainly muted); a few aren't even campy (Howard Hawks's ''Land of the
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Corrections
NYTimes - almost 12 years
The New DVD's column on Tuesday misspelled the surname of the director of two ''Twilight Zone'' episodes in a new boxed set. He was John Brahm, not Braham. The column also referred incorrectly to the Broadway show ''The Band Wagon,'' which included songs that were used in the films ''Dancing in the Dark'' and ''The Band Wagon'' (the film ''Band
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Critic's Choice: New DVD's
NYTimes - almost 12 years
'The Band Wagon' The centerpiece of a new collection of musicals from Warner Home Video, Vincente Minnelli's ''Band Wagon'' (1953) could be the most personal of his many signal contributions to the genre. The plot of the original 1931 Howard Dietz-Arthur Schwartz Broadway show (which starred Fred Astaire and his sister, Adele) had recently been
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Going Out Guide
NYTimes - almost 35 years
NEW ROOM A nightclub is opening for previews tonight in a section of the Upper East Side where the tone is much less clubby than one finds farther east in the same latitudes. Saratoga operates after regular dinner hours Tuesdays through Saturdays in the once quiet precincts of the room of that name in the American Stanhope Hotel, opposite the
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of John Brahm
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 1982
    Age 88
    Died in 1982.
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  • 1954
    Age 60
    He also directed the 3D horror film The Mad Magician 1954 with Vincent Price and Mary Murphy.
    More Details Hide Details Brahm was born in Hamburg, Germany. He was the son of German actor Ludwig Brahm and the nephew of European theatrical impresario Otto Brahm. John started his theatre career as an actor as a character actor. After World War I, he continued to moved between Shuttling between Vienna, Berlin and Paris, he became theatre director and was resident director for acting troupes as Deutsches Theater and the Lessing Theater, both in Berlin.
  • THIRTIES
  • 1929
    Age 35
    In his book, The American Cinema: Directors and Directions 1929–1968, American film historian and critic Andrew Sarris states that Brahm "hit his stride" in the 1930s with "mood drenched melodramas", suggesting that Brahm went into artistic decline after this period.
    More Details Hide Details Nevertheless, Sarris further notes that Brahm did not lack work, as he made "approximately 150 TV films" during a the 1950s and 1960s, directing numerous episodes of Alfred Hitchcock Presents. Brahm's last full-length film was Hot Rods to Hell. He married his first wife Hanna also an actress, who ran off with another actor leaving him seriously depressed. He married Teutonic stage and film actress Dolly Haas., who married Al Hirschfeld, the caricaturist after their divorce. In the 1950s he met and married Anna with whom he had two children.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1919
    Age 25
    With the rise of Hitler, he first moved to England where he directed film for a while, after working as a movie production supervisor, he got a chance to direct his first film, a remake of the D.W. Griffith's 1919 silent film, by the same name as Broken Blossoms in 1936, before moving to America in 1937.
    More Details Hide Details The German director started in the U.S. at Columbia Pictures and eventually moved to 20th Century-Fox. He directed the ill fated Let us live, the true story of two men who were wrongly convicted for murder and almost executed by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, which was embarrassed by the incident and put pressure on the studio to cancel the film. The studio made the film nonetheless, but quietly, with a small budget.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1893
    Born
    Born in 1893.
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