Edward Buzzell

American film director Edward Buzzell

Edward Buzzell was an American film director whose credits for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer included Honolulu (1939), the Marx Brothers films At the Circus (1939) and Go West (1940), the musicals Best Foot Forward (1943) with Lucille Ball, Song of the Thin Man (1947) with Myrna Loy, and Neptune's Daughter (1949) with Esther Williams, and Easy to Wed, starring Van Johnson, Williams, and Ball. Buzzell was born in Brooklyn.
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I matrimoni al cinema - Vogue.it
Google News - over 6 years
(1946) di Edward Buzzell; Matrimonio all'italiana (1964) di Vittorio De Sica con Sophia Loren e Marcello Mastroianni; Scene da un Matrimonio (1973) di Ingmar Bergman con Liv Ullmann e Bibi Andersson, Il matrimonio (1974) di Claude Lelouch con Bulle
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Lucille Ball Movie Schedule: EASY TO WED, THE BIG STREET, PANAMA LADY - Alt Film Guide (blog)
Google News - over 6 years
Dir: Edward Buzzell. Cast: Van Johnson, Esther Williams, Lucille Ball. C-110 mins. 1:30 AM LURED (1947) A woman helps the police catch the serial killer who murdered her best friend. Dir: Douglas Sirk. Cast: George Sanders, Lucille Ball, Charles Coburn
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Cranky Hanke's Screening Room: The mythbusting of 1939 - Mountain Xpress
Google News - over 6 years
The less said about Edward Buzzell's At the Circus—apart from “Lydia the Tattooed Lady,” which is appallingly staged—the better, though we'll come back to that later. A case can be made, I suppose, for Babes in Arms, but my Mickey Rooney tolerance is
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CRITIC$(RSQUO$)S CHOICE; Critic's Choice: New DVDs
NYTimes - over 10 years
ESTHER WILLIAMS: VOLUME 1 From Warner Home Video's TCM Spotlight series come five features starring the strapping Esther Williams, a champion swimmer who became a star of several improbable but entertaining MGM musicals in the '40s and early '50s. These are not the high-toned productions of the Freed unit (''An American in Paris''), but informal,
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NYTimes - about 11 years
Warner's DVD Decision 2006 For the past few years Warner Home Video and Amazon.com have teamed up on a worthwhile promotion called ''DVD Decision,'' inviting Amazon shoppers to vote on which of 30 films nominated by the studio should be released on DVD. The results of this year's vote have now started to appear, with five titles appearing on Dec. 5
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Detective Movies From the Days Before the Mood Turned Noir
NYTimes - almost 24 years
Did the mustachioed Colonel Mustard, with his beady eyes and stiff military bearing, commit the dastardly deed in the billiard room with a lead pipe? Or did Miss Scarlet, a slithery femme fatale in a red dress, hide behind the door to the conservatory with a revolver? Isn't there something odd about Mrs. White, that stout gray-haired woman who
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Critic's Notebook; The Total Sturges, Preserved in Hilarity
NYTimes - over 27 years
LEAD: THE limousine moves serenely through the night streets. It's in no hurry. The Boss's chauffeur (Frank Moran), who sounds as if he gargles with a solution of rot-gut whisky and finely ground shot glasses, is telling a story to the Boss's bodyguard, who sits beside him in the front seat: THE limousine moves serenely through the night streets.
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NYTimes - about 30 years
LEAD: OLD-MOVIE buffs in New York have had little to cheer about in the last few years, with revival theaters closing or being transformed into first-run theaters at the faster-than-life pace of a Mack Sennett comedy. But good news finally has arrived, in the form of a new revival house called the Biograph Theater that opens today at 225 West 57th
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NYTimes - about 31 years
LEAD: A Woman of Distinction With Rosalind Russell, Ray Milland, Edmund Gwenn, Janis Carter, Mary Jane Saunders. Produced by Buddy Adler. Directed by Edward Buzzell. 1950. RCA Columbia Pictures Home Video. 85 minutes. $69.95. A Woman of Distinction With Rosalind Russell, Ray Milland, Edmund Gwenn, Janis Carter, Mary Jane Saunders. Produced by Buddy
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Edward Buzzell
  • 1985
    Age 89
    Died in 1985.
  • 1948
    Age 52
    He wrote a few screenplays in the early 1930s and later produced The Milton Berle Show which premiered on television in 1948. Buzzell married actress Ona Munson in 1927, and they divorced in the early 30s.
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  • 1929
    Age 33
    Buzzell was born in Brooklyn. He appeared on Broadway, and was hired to star in the 1929 film version of George M. Cohan's Little Johnny Jones with Alice Day.
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  • 1895
    Born in 1895.
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