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Movie Quote of the Month

January 2023

“I had a famous composer, Erich Wolfgang Korngold, who worked with me very closely.  When I brought Korngold over from Vienna, he wrote beautiful music.  He wrote Anthony Adverse and the Errol Flynn films Captain Blood and The Adventures of Robin Hood.  Ten years later I said to him, “Erich, you don’t write as beautiful music as you did in the beginning,” and he said, “I’ll tell you why.  Now I understand the English dialogue on the screen.”

Producer Henry Blanke in Hollywood: The Oral History by Jeanine Basinger and Sam Wasson page 271.

NEW: January 22:

Revised: Cover Girl (1944) Directed by Charles Vidor. Rita Hayworth, Gene Kelly, Phil Silvers, Eve Arden (107 minutes) (10 stills).

NEW: November 30:

Revised:  Bell Book and Candle (1958) Directed by Richard Quine. James Stewart, Kim Novak, Jack Lemmon, Ernie Kovacs, Hermione Gingold, Elsa Lanchester (108 min). (4 stills).

NEW: October 18:

I’m Your Man (2021) Directed by Maria Schrader.  Maren Eggert, Dan Stevens, Sandra Huller (108 min)

NEW: September 7:

Edge of Darkness (1943) Directed by Lewis Milestone.  Errol Flynn, Ann Sheridan, Walter Houston (119 min) (4 Stills).

NEW: July 13:

Soapdish  (1991) Directed by Michael Hoffman.  Sally Field, Kevin Kline, Whoopi Goldberg (97 min). (5 stills).

NEW: June 3:

The Gang’s All Here (1943) Directed by Busby Berkeley.  Alice Faye, Carmen Miranda, Phil Baker, Benny Goodman and his Orchestra (103 min) (9 stills).

NEW: May 7:

REVISED:  Gambit (1966) Directed by Ronald Neame.  Michael Caine, Shirley MacLaine, Herbert Lom (109 min) (7 stills)

NEW: March 5:

Green for Danger (1946) Directed by Sidney Gilliat.  Alastair Sim, Sally Gray, Trevor Howard (91 minutes) (3 stills)

NEW: February 26:

​Klute (1971) Directed by Alan J. Pakula.  Jane Fonda, Donald Sutherland, Roy Scheider (114 minutes) Rated R (7 stills)

REVISED: February 14:  Sullivan’s Travels (1942) Written and Directed by Preston Sturges. Joel McCrea, Veronica Lake, Robert Warwick, William Demarest, Franklin Pangborn (90 min).