The Adventure of Sherlock Holmes’ Smarter Brother (1975)

GENE WILDER Bil’s rating (out of 5): BBB. Alternate title: The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes’ Smarter Brother United Kingdom/USA, 1975.  Jouer Films, Twentieth Century Fox.  Screenplay by Gene Wilder, based on characters created by Arthur Conan Doyle.  Cinematography by Gerry Fisher.  Produced by Richard A. Roth.   Music by John Morris.  Production Design by Terence Marsh. …

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The Woman In Red (1984)

GENE WILDER Bil’s rating (out of 5): BBB.5.  USA, 1984.  Orion Pictures.  Screenplay by Gene Wilder, based on the screenplay Un Elephant Ca Trompe Enormement by Jean-Loup Dabadie, Yves Robert.  Cinematography by Fred Schuler.  Produced by Victor Drai.  Music by John Morris.  Production Design by David L. Snyder.  Costume Design by Ruth Myers.  Film Editing…

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Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory

BBB.5 (out of 5) Roald Dahl’s most popular novel arrives on the silver screen with lots of fun in store for everyone. In need of someone to leave his beloved chocolate factory to, Willy Wonka (Gene Wilder) decides to hold a contest and let the winner be the heir to his fortune. He puts a…

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Silver Streak (1976)

ARTHUR HILLER Bil’s rating (out of 5): BBB.5.  USA, 1976.  Frank Yablans Presentations, Miller-Milkis Productions, Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation.  Screenplay by Colin Higgins.  Cinematography by David M. Walsh.  Produced by Edward K. Milkis, Thomas L. Miller.  Music by Henry Mancini.  Production Design by Alfred Sweeney.  Costume Design by Phyllis Garr, Michael J. Harte.  Film Editing by David Bretherton.  Academy Awards 1976.  Golden Globe Awards…

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Bonnie And Clyde (1967)

ARTHUR PENN Bil’s rating (out of 5):  BBBBB.  USA, 1967.  Warner Brothers/Seven Arts, Tatira-Hiller Productions.  Screenplay by David Newman, Robert Benton.  Cinematography by Burnett Guffey.  Produced by Warren Beatty.  Music by Charles Strouse.  Production Design by Dean Tavoularis.  Costume Design by Theadora Van Runkle.  Film Editing by Dede Allen.  Academy Awards 1967.  Golden Globe Awards 1967.   New York Film Critics Awards 1967.   Arthur Penn’s electrifying account…

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Young Frankenstein (1974)

MEL BROOKS Bil’s rating (out of 5):  BBBBB.  USA, 1974.   Gruskoff/Venture Films, Crossbow Productions, Jouer Limited.   Screenplay by Mel Brooks, Gene Wilder, based on the novel Frankenstein by Mary Shelley.   Cinematography by Gerald Hirschfeld.   Produced by Michael Gruskoff.   Music by John Morris.   Production Design by Dale Hennesy.   Costume Design by Dorothy Jeakins.   Film Editing by John C. Howard. …

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Blazing Saddles (1974)

MEL BROOKS Bil’s rating (out of 5):  BBB.5.   USA, 1974.  Crossbow Productions, Warner Bros..  Story by Andrew Bergman, Screenplay by Mel Brooks, Norman Steinberg, Andrew Bergman, Richard Pryor, Alan Uger.  Cinematography by Joseph F. Biroc.  Produced by Michael Hertzberg.  Music by John Morris.  Production Design by Peter Wooley.  Costume Design by Vittorio Nino Novarese, Tom Dawson.  Film Editing by Danford B. Greene, John C. Howard.  Academy…

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The Producers (1967)

MEL BROOKS Bil’s rating (out of 5):  BBBB.  USA, 1967.   Crossbow Productions, Springtime Productions, U-M Productions.   Screenplay by Mel Brooks.   Cinematography by Joseph F. Coffey.   Produced by Sidney Glazier.   Music by John Morris.   Production Design by Charles Rosen.   Costume Design by Gene Coffin.   Film Editing by Ralph Rosenblum.   Academy Awards 1968.   Golden Globe Awards 1968.   …

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Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Sex *but were afraid to ask (1972)

WOODY ALLEN Bil’s rating (out of 5):  BB.5.   USA, 1972.  Brodsky-Gould Productions, Jack Rollins & Charles H. Joffe Productions,  Rollins-Joffe Productions.  Screenplay by Woody Allen, based on the book by David Reuben.  Cinematography by David M. Walsh.  Produced by Charles H. Joffe.  Music by Mundell Lowe.  Production Design by Dale Hennesy.  Film Editing by Eric Albertson. Woody Allen‘s comical adaptation of David Reuben’s…

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