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Watch #NaukarKiKameez 1999 Hindi film based on Vinod Kumar Shukla’s novel, of the same name.
Starring Pankaj Sudhir Mishra, Anu Joseph and Om Prakash Dwivedi.
Directed by Mani Kaul
Music by Pushparaj Koshti
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santu, a young low level clerk in a small town government office, lives with his wife in a small rented house. He is often the butt of ridicule at office. One day, at the officer’s bungalow, a run-away servant’s left-behind shirt is found to fit him. He is forced into the position of doing errands around the house before going to work at the office. The film depicts his efforts to resis efforts of his boss, landlord and landlord’s wife to make him into a servant while trying to maintain his social standing.
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Home of Romance, Horror, Science Fiction, Comedies, and Westerns
Tonight’s movie is: September Affair
An industrialist and a pianist meet on a trip and fall in love. Through a quirk of fate, they are reported dead in a crash though they weren’t on the plane. This allows them to live together free from their previous lives. Unfortunately, this artificial arrangement leads to greater and greater stress. Eventually, the situation collapses when they come to pursue their original, individual interests without choosing a common path.
Starring: Joan Fontaine, Joseph Cotten, and Francoise Rosay
Released: October 18th, 1950 (USA)
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A Letter to Three Wives is a 1949 American romantic drama film which tells the story of a woman who mails a letter to three women, telling them she has left town with the husband of one of them. It stars Jeanne Crain, Linda Darnell, Ann Sothern, Paul Douglas in his film debut, Kirk Douglas, Jeffrey Lynn, and Thelma Ritter. An uncredited Celeste Holm provides the voice of Addie Ross, the unseen woman who wrote the titular letter.
I’ll Be Seeing You 1944, Ginger Rogers & Joseph Cotten. Beautiful love story of two strangers who meet on a train with insurmountable personal circumstances that they both find relief dealing with in each other.
Since You Went Away 1944, Claudette Colbert & Joseph Cotten. A beautiful saga of the impenetrable institution: The American Family during WWII. A mother (Colbert) and her two daughters (Jennifer Jones & Shirley Temple) surviving the times of WWII, adjusting to the harsh changes to daily life, all the while waiting with baited breath for the return of their husband/father.
The father of young Mowgli (Sabu) is killed by a jungle tiger during the child’s early years. Having no family, the boy lives with wolves and befriends a variety of animals. After several years, Mowgli is discovered and returned to his mother, and must grow accustomed to human practices. When Mowgli and new love interest Mahala (Patricia O’Rourke) trek into the jungle together, they discover treasure that causes Mahala’s father, Buldeo (Joseph Calleia), to get greedy, with tragic consequences.
In this romantic drama, Zachary Morgan (Joseph Cotten) and Mary Marshall (Ginger Rogers) meet on a train and immediately sense a mutual attraction. However, both Zach and Mary are shouldering significant secrets: he is a traumatized war vet on leave from a military hospital, and she is a convict who has been temporarily released from prison for the Christmas holiday. As the attractive young couple spends time together, their secrets threaten their budding relationship.
Initial release: December 1944
Montana cowboy Duke Fergus travels to 1906 San Francisco to collect a debt from Tito Morell who runs a place on the dodgy Barbary Coast. Though he heads home after losing the money to Morell’s card-sharping, Duke takes a crash course on card play and returns with all his savings ready to take on Morell and start up his own place. A lot of this is due to Morell’s woman Flaxen whom Duke has fallen for. The earth may soon be moving for him in quite dramatic ways.
The excitement begins when three friends go on a trip together and receive a letter from the fourth member who stayed at home. In it she announces that she will run away with the husband of one of the three. But with which one? In episodic flashbacks, the three now review their marriages. Starring three Hollywood goddesses of their time: Jeanne Crain, Linda Darnell and Ann Sothern. The young Kirk Douglas can be seen in one of his first roles as Sothern’s husband..
Under Capricorn is a 1949 British historical “thriller” film directed by Alfred Hitchcock about a couple in Australia who started out as lady and stable boy in Ireland, and who are now bound together by a horrible secret. The film is based on the play by John Colton and Margaret Linden, which in turn is based on the novel Under Capricorn (1937) by Helen Simpson. The screenplay was written by James Bridie from an adaptation by Hume Cronyn. This was Hitchcock’s second film in Technicolor, and like the preceding color film Rope (1948), it also featured 9- and 10-minute long takes.
The film is set in colonial Sydney, New South Wales, Australia during the early 19th century. Under Capricorn is one of several Hitchcock films that are not typical thrillers: instead it is a mystery involving a love triangle. Although the film is not exactly a murder mystery, it does feature a previous killing, a “wrong man” scenario, a sinister housekeeper, class conflict, and very high levels of emotional tension, both on the surface and underneath. -wiki
I’ll just say this film wasn’t what I expected and when it was over I realized I enjoyed it very much! Also, without checking imdb, is this the only time I’ve seen Joseph Cotton in color?
Ingrid Bergman as Lady Henrietta Flusky, old friend of Charles’ sister
Joseph Cotten as Samson “Sam” Flusky, successful businessman and Henrietta’s husband
Michael Wilding as Hon. Charles Adare, second cousin of the governor
Margaret Leighton as Milly, Flusky’s scheming housekeeper
Cecil Parker as the new Governor of New South Wales, Sir Richard
Denis O’Dea as Mr. Corrigan, Attorney General
Jack Watling as Winter, Flusky’s paroled butler
Harcourt Williams as the Coachman
John Ruddock as Mr. Cedric Potter, bank manager
Bill Shine as Mr. Banks
Victor Lucas as the Rev. Smiley
Ronald Adam as Mr. Riggs
Francis de Wolff as Major Wilkins
G. H. Mulcaster as Dr. Macallister
Olive Sloane as Sal
Maureen Delany as Flo
Julia Lang as Susan
Betty McDermott as Martha
Martin Benson as Man Carrying Shrunken Head (uncredited)
Lloyd Pearson as Land Agent (uncredited)
There couldn’t have been a better way to showcase Rudyard Kipling’s famous jungle tale than in eye-popping Technicolor under the fantastical direction of Zoltan Korda (Sahara), and filling the role of Mowgli with the legendary Sabu (Elephant Boy, The Thief of Bagdad). This 1942 feature was nominated for four Academy Awards (including one for Miklós Rózsa’s musical score) and serves as a nice companion piece to the beloved 1967 Disney cartoon. But beware; there are no singing animals here, just a darker, more realistic depiction of the jungle striking back at those who would violate its secret code!
Director: Zoltan Korda
Writer: Laurence Stallings
Starring: Sabu, Joseph Calleia, John Qualen, Frank Puglia, Rosemary DeCamp, Patricia O’Rourke