The Sleeping Tiger (1954)

JOSEPH LOSEY Bil’s rating (out of 5): BB.5.  United Kingdom/USA, 1954.  Victor Hanbury Productions, Sidney Cohn.  Screenplay by Harold Buchman, Carl Foreman, based on the novel by Maurice Moiseiwitsch.  Cinematography by Harry Waxman.   Produced by Victor Hanbury.   Music by Malcolm Arnold.  Production Design by John Stoll.  Costume Design by Evelyn Gibbs.   Film Editing by Reginald…

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A Hatful Of Rain (1957)

FRED ZINNEMANN Bil’s rating (out of 5): BBBB.  USA, 1957.  Twentieth Century Fox.  Screenplay by Michael V. Gazzo, Alfred Hayes, Carl Foreman, based on the play by Michael V. Gazzo.  Cinematography by Joseph MacDonald.  Produced by Buddy Adler.  Music by Bernard Herrmann.  Production Design by Leland Fuller, Lyle R. Wheeler.  Costume Design by Mary Wills.   Film Editing by Dorothy Spencer.  Academy Awards 1957.  Golden…

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When Time Ran Out… (1980)

JAMES GOLDSTONE Bil’s rating (out of 5):  BB.5.   Canada/USA, 1980.  International Cinema, Warner Bros..  Screenplay by Carl Foreman, Stirling Silliphant, based on the novel The Day The World Ended by Gordon Thomas, Max Morgan Witts.  Cinematography by Fred J. Koenekamp.  Produced by Irwin Allen.  Music by  Lalo Schifrin.  Production Design by Philip M. Jefferies.  Costume Design by Paul Zastupnevich.  Film Editing by Edward A….

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The Guns Of Navarone (1961)

J. LEE THOMPSON Bil’s rating (out of 5): BBBB.  United Kingdom/USA, 1961.  Columbia Pictures Corporation, Highroad Productions.  Screenplay by Carl Foreman, based on the novel by Alistair MacLean.  Cinematography by Oswald Morris.  Produced by Carl Foreman.  Music by Dimitri Tiomkin.  Production Design by Geoffrey Drake.  Film Editing by Alan Osbiston.  Academy Awards 1961.  Golden Globe Awards 1961. The British fighting the Nazis during World War II…

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Rhythm Parade (1942)

HOWARD BRETHERTON, DAVE GOULD Bil’s rating (out of 5):  BB.  USA, 1942.  Monogram Pictures.  Story and Screenplay by Carl Foreman, Charles R. Marion.  Cinematography by Mack Stengler.  Produced by Sydney M. Williams.  Music by Edward J. Kay.  Film Editing by Carl Pierson. One of many hit-parade films made to showcase popular songs and performers of the time before music videos were invented,…

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The Bridge On The River Kwai (1957)

DAVID LEAN Bil’s rating (out of 5):   BBBB.  United Kingdom/USA, 1957.  Columbia Pictures Corporation, Horizon Pictures.  Screenplay by Carl Foreman, Michael Wilson, based on the novel Le Pont de la Riviere Kwai by Pierre Boulle.  Cinematography by Jack Hildyard.  Produced by Sam Spiegel.  Music by Malcolm Arnold.  Production Design by Donald M. Ashton.  Costume Design by John Wilson-Apperson.  Film Editing by Peter Taylor.  Academy Awards…

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Cyrano De Bergerac (1950)

MICHAEL GORDON Bil’s rating (out of 5): BBB.  USA, 1950.  Stanley Kramer Productions.  Screenplay by Carl Foreman, based on the play by Edmond Rostand, translated by Brian Hooker.  Cinematography by Franz Planer.  Produced by Stanley Kramer.  Music by Dimitri Tiomkin.  Production Design by Rudolph Sternad.  Costume Design by Joe King, Dorothy Jeakins.  Film Editing by Harry W. Gerstad.  Academy Awards 1950.  Golden Globe Awards 1950.   Although this…

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Young Man With A Horn (1950)

MICHAEL CURTIZ Bil’s rating (out of 5):  BBB.5.  USA, 1950.  Warner Bros..  Screenplay by Carl Foreman, Edmund H. North, based on the novel by Dorothy Baker. Cinematography by Ted D. McCord.  Produced by Jerry Wald.  Music by Ray Heindorf.  Production Design by Edward Carrere.  Costume Design by Milo Anderson.  Film Editing by Alan Crosland Jr.. A little boy, parentless and being raised by…

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High Noon (1952)

FRED ZINNEMANN Bil’s rating (out of 5):  BBBBB.  USA, 1952.  Stanley Kramer Productions.  Screenplay by Carl Foreman, based on the magazine story The Tin Star by John W. Cunningham.  Cinematography by Floyd Crosby. Produced by Stanley Kramer.  Music by Dimitri Tiomkin.  Production Design by Rudolph Sternad.  Costume Design by Joe King, Ann Peck.  Film Editing by Elmo Williams.  Academy Awards 1952.  Golden Globe Awards 1952….

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