Midnight Lace (1960)

DAVID MILLER Bil’s rating (out of 5): BBB.  USA, 1960.  Arwin Productions.  Screenplay by Ivan Goff, Ben Roberts, based on the play Matilda Shouted Fire by Janet Green.  Cinematography by Russell Metty.  Produced by Ross Hunter, Martin Melcher.  Music by Frank Skinner.  Production Design by Robert Clatworthy, Alexander Golitzen.  Costume Design by Irene.  Film Editing…

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Sapphire (1959)

BASIL DEARDEN Bil’s rating (out of 5):  BBBB.  United Kingdom, 1959.  The Rank Organisation.  Screenplay by Janet Green, additional dialogue by Lukas Heller.  Cinematography by Harry Waxman.  Produced by Michael Relph.  Music by Philip Green.  Production Design by Carmen Dillon.  Costume Design by Julie Harris.  Film Editing by John D. Guthridge.   Solid police procedural written by Janet Green, about the investigation of a young woman…

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The Gypsy And The Gentleman (1958)

JOSEPH LOSEY Bil’s rating (out of 5):  BBB.  United Kingdom, 1958.  Maurice Cowan Productions, The Rank Organisation.  Screenplay by Janet Green, based on the novel Darkness I Love You by Nina Warner Hooks. Cinematography by Jack Hildyard.  Produced by Maurice Cowan.  Music by Hans May.  Production Design by Richard Macdonald.  Costume Design by Julie Harris.  Film Editing by Reginald Beck. Keith Michell…

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Cast A Dark Shadow (1955)

LEWIS GILBERT Bil’s rating (out of 5):  BBB.5.  United Kingdom, 1955.  Angel Productions.  Screenplay by John Cresswell, based on the play Murder Mistaken by Janet Green.  Cinematography by Jack Asher.  Produced by Herbert Mason.  Music by Antony Hopkins.  Production Design by John Stoll.  Costume Design by Julie Harris.  Film Editing by Gordon Pilkington.  Dirk Bogarde is enjoying the high life with his rich,…

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Victim (1961)

BASIL DEARDEN Bil’s rating (out of 5):  BBB.5.  United Kingdom, 1961.  Allied Film Makers.  Screenplay by Janet Green, John McCormick.  Cinematography by Otto Heller. Produced by Michael Relph.  Music by Philip Green.  Production Design by Alex Vetchinsky.  Film Editing by John D. Guthridge. Landmark British drama was the first English-language film to use the word “homosexual”. More importantly, it was also the first…

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