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The film they did after his return was an inconsequential bit of nothing titled Out Of This World, a satire on the Sinatra bobby-soxer craze.
Each successive movement in his growing was recorded on the unreeling film inside her.
Never a `` quick study '', he now made no attempt to learn his `` lines '' and many a mile of film was wasted, many a scene -- sometimes involving as many as a thousand fellow thespians -- was taken thirty, forty, fifty times because Miss Poitrine's co-star and `` helpmate '' had never learned his part.
Our last joint venture, Sainted Lady, a deeply religious film based on the life of Mother Cabrini, and timed so that its release date would coincide with the beatification of America's first saint in November, 1938, was a fiasco from start to finish.
By the time the film was released we were three million dollars over-spent, war was imminent and the public apparently had forgotten all about Mother Cabrini.
) The film was called The Diet of Worms, which I felt was just what Letch deserved.
It was a `` potboiler '' made on a `` shoestring '' and not the sort of film I like, as all I had to do was look blank and scream a great deal.
For example, when the film is only four minutes old, Neitzbohr refers to a small, Victorian piano stool as `` Wilhelmina '', and we are thereupon subjected to a flashback that informs us that this very piano stool was once used by an epileptic governess whose name, of course, was Doris ( the English equivalent, when passed through middle-Gaelic derivations, of Wilhelmina ).
Rudyard Kipling's scorn for the `` jargon '' of psychical research was altered somewhat when he wondered `` how, or why, had I been shown an unreleased roll of my life film ''??
This discovery of Melies was vastly more important than his sometimes dazzling, magician's tricks produced on film.
It was Porter, however, who produced the very first movie whose name has lived on through the half century of film history that has since ensued.
Before he was forty Griffith had created the art of the film.
Motion picture cameras had been installed to film the audience, the reservation list was being checked out name by name, and a special detail was already at work in the parking lot scrutinizing automobiles for a possible lead.
When arrested, he had the submarine secrets on a roll of candid camera film as well as anti-submarine secrets in Christmas gift wrapping, it was testified.
He said that drawings of the Dreadnought and printed details about the ship were found reproduced in an undeveloped roll of film taken from Lonsdale when he was arrested with the two civil servants outside the Old Vic theater Saturday afternoon, Jan. 7.
And it was interesting to observe that B.B.C.'s television film on Christmas Eve was The Bells Of St. Mary's.
Another source of NBC pride was its rare film clip of Bix Beiderbecke, but this view of the great trumpeter flew by so fast that a prolonged wink would have blotted out the entire glimpse.
Winning the 1951 Best Picture Oscar and numerous other awards, the film was directed by Vincente Minnelli, featured many tunes of Gershwin, and concluded with an extensive, elaborate dance sequence built around the An American in Paris symphonic poem ( arranged for the film by Johnny Green ), costing $ 500, 000.

film and theatrically
The film has yet to be theatrically released.
An example may be Paul Verhoeven's big budgeted, highly sexualized Showgirls ( 1995 ), initially intended to be a drama film about the rise of a Las Vegas stripper, that flopped both critically and commercially when released theatrically ; afterward, it enjoyed success on the home video market, generating more than $ 100 million from video rentals.
The film was released theatrically in the United States in the summer of 1963 by Universal International.
The film was released theatrically in the United States in the Spring of 1969 by American International Pictures.
American International Pictures released the film theatrically in North America in 1969.
The film was released theatrically in the United States in the summer of 1976 by Cinema Shares.
The film was released theatrically in the United States in the Summer of 1985 by New World Pictures as Godzilla 1985.
The film was not released theatrically, and did not attract the sort of adulation from critics that greeted his later work.
The film was unseen, either theatrically or on broadcast, for many years.
Until the release of The Corporation ( 2003 ), made by Mark Achbar, Jennifer Abbott and Joel Bakan, it was the most successful feature documentary in Canadian history, played theatrically in over 300 cities around the world ; won 22 awards ; appeared in more than 50 international film festivals ; and was broadcast in over 30 markets.
The film was theatrically released on August 8, 2008.
ABC agreed, although they wanted to have one star to help attract European audiences to the film when it would be shown theatrically there.
Producers Sales Organization released the film theatrically around the world, in the Eastern Bloc, China, North Korea and Cuba ( this international version contained six minutes of footage not in the telecast edition ).
Oliver Stone, who had seen her in Nuñez's film, cast Judd in Natural Born Killers, but her scenes were later cut from the version of the film released theatrically.
The short film was blown-up to 35mm, sixty prints were made, and the film was theatrically released by Universal Studios for two years in the United States and Canada.
The film was released theatrically on December 13, 1985.
In 2010, Seagal appeared in his first theatrically released film in nearly a decade, as the main villain in Robert Rodriguez ' Machete.
Paramount would also distribute theatrically certain releases that might have commercial appeal ( such as Bob Roberts, though video rights to that film were owned by Live Entertainment – which is now Lions Gate Entertainment ).
A film is broadcast every weekday afternoon and most nights during the week, but not necessarily a theatrically released feature film.
Though not owning the broadcasting rights to show first-run movies from 20th Century Fox, Showtime has been able to show independent films the studio owns the home video rights to, even if they did not release them theatrically, most notably being Mel Gibson's 2004 film, The Passion of the Christ.

film and released
The Ashes featured in the film The Final Test, released in 1953, based on a television play by Terence Rattigan.
In 1995, Cuarón released his first feature film produced in the United States, A Little Princess, an adaptation of Frances Hodgson Burnett's classic novel.
The film will be released in 2013.
In 1977, a film version of A Little Night Music was released, starring Elizabeth Taylor, Lesley-Anne Down and Diana Rigg, with Len Cariou, Hermione Gingold and Laurence Guittard reprising their Broadway roles.
Two film versions were released in 1973: one directed by Joseph Losey, starring Jane Fonda, David Warner and Trevor Howard ; and the other by Patrick Garland with Claire Bloom, Anthony Hopkins, and Ralph Richardson.
In response, Universal turned the film over to outside film editors who cut Army of Darkness to 81 minutes in length and another version running 87 minutes that was eventually released in theaters, ending up with an R rating as a result.
Knights of the South Bronx, a true story of a teacher who worked with disadvantaged children, is another film also set in the Bronx released in 2005.
The duo named themselves Gemini, and a second album with more music by Björn and Benny was released in April 1987, containing the big hit " Mio My Mio "; also to be found on the soundtrack to the film Mio in the Land of Faraway, for which Andersson co-produced the music.
Benny Andersson has written music to several films for screen and television ; the first attempt in the early 1970s for the obscure Swedish movie The Seduction Of Inga: the film flopped, but the ' Björn & Benny ' single " She's My Kind Of Girl " surprised the composers by being released in Japan and becoming a Top 10 hit ( the song renamed in Japan as " The Little Girl Of The Cold Wind ").
After several small, studio and independent released films that included stand-outs Sisters, Phantom Of The Paradise, and Obsession, a small film based on a novel called Carrie was released directed by Brian De Palma.
The film was released on VHS in the U. S. in 1992 by Fox Video and re-released in 1995 under the " Twentieth Century Fox Selections " banner.
In 1971 a ballet film was released, The Tales of Beatrix Potter, directed by Reginald Mills.
In 1996, the year after the film was released, the annual three-day " Braveheart Conference " at Stirling Castle attracted fans of Braveheart, increasing the conference's attendance to 167, 000 from 66, 000 in the previous year.
For twenty years Unusual Films emphasized children's films and video production before, in 2011, it released Milltown Pride, a feature-length film set in 1920s Upstate South Carolina.
A film tie-in featuring artwork from the film and a cover version by Ennio Morricone was released in Europe, though the other tracks on the album were soundtracks from A Fistful of Dollars and For a Few Dollars More.
Making a Living marked his film debut, released 2 February 1914.
The film was Mabel's Strange Predicament, but " The Tramp " character, as it became known, debuted to audiences in Kid Auto Races at Venice — shot later but released two days earlier.
Chaplin was unimpressed with the conditions there, and after making one film ( His New Job, released 1 February 1915 ), moved to the company's small studio in Niles, California.
A Dog's Life, released April 1918, was the first film under the new contract.
The first of the re-releases was The Chaplin Revue ( 1959 ), which included new versions of A Dog's Life, Shoulder Arms and The Pilgrim, and How to Make Movies, a film he had made in 1918 to show his new studio and which had never before been released.

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