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Fredric March

Fredric March (born Ernest Frederick McIntyre Bickel; August 31, 1897 – April 14, 1975) was an American stage and film actor.

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Makes one wonder where we get such men. 1954 movie - Bridges of Toko Ri - quote by RAdm George Tarrant, played by Fredric March
It has been my experience that work on the screen clarifies stage port...
Please, frog-march BEFORE 6/7 so media machine can't LIE about this!
Today the Cafe: & March in the courtroom classic INHERIT THE WIND.
Well I know the Poor People's Economic Human Rights Campaign will be there.
Stardom is just an uneasy seat on top of a tricky toboggan. Being a st...
Can't resist Fredric March, Herbert Marshall & Merle Oberon no matter how schmaltzy the film.
Fredric March, wife Florence Eldridge, and George Cukor at a 1930s Hollywood costume party.
Fredric March & wife, Myrna Loy & husband, and Kay Francis at one of Basil Rathbone's famous costume parties, 1930s.
I don't usually fancy Hollywood vets, but Fredric March is the exception to every rule. Brilliant actor, great guy!
Here's hunky Fredric March from the 1957movie as Robert Browning.
I love this movie. One of my top 5. It set me off on a lifelong, eternal love of Dana Andrews and Fredric March.
Janet Gaynor and Fredric March in "A star is born", a romantic drama film directed by William A. Wellman, 1937
Untitled (1944), starring Fredric March, playing a solider who died in WW2. Music by Bernard Herrmann
The 1932 Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde with Fredric March is excellent. See it.
I wouldn't take it away from Fredric March to give it to Dana.
Fredric March & Harold Russell won Oscars for their roles, Olivia DeHaviland won Best Actress. I forget who the supporting one was
The stare off between Dana Andrews and Fredric March
Fredric March is fantastic. And I've had a crush on Teresa Wright since first time I saw Pride Of The Yankees.
All the feels with Myrna Loy and Fredric March in
The more I watch Fredric March the more I appreciate his acting ability (in this movie and others).
I'm sensing a pattern. All of my fav scenes have Fredric March. -- " Nice fat job at a nice fat bank."
Fredric March was one of the best movie drunks, ever.
Fredric March and director Rouben Mamoulian on the set of 'Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde' (1931). Pre-Code
Ernst Lubitsch, Gary Cooper, Miriam Hopkins & Fredric March on the set of Design for Living...
>Hillary is a neocon- WAR will follow.. They KNOW we outnumber them!. What are they gonna do when we all march to the con…
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Anthony Adverse: The story traces the struggles of its hero (Fredric March) to claim a rightful inheritance in...
An actor has no more right to be temperamental than a bank clerk.
Where's the huge march for HRC? Wasn't she bragging about being 2 million votes up a few days back? https:…
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Albany march for Bernie this afternoon! 🔥🔥🔥
I'd go to a Spencer Tracy/ Fredric March film festival before I'd watch one more picture with Maurice Chevalier. *shudder*
"He has a terrific way with women. I don't think he has missed more than half a dozen." ~ Fredric March died on April 14, 1975
Fredric March died 31 years ago today in Los Angeles age 77 .
Fredric March: recipient of two Academy Awards, two Tony awards, and one sugar-cured Virginia ham.
THAT Fredric March love never falters teehee. I admire the dedication,young lady. Plus a fantastic choice of pic.
April 14th, 1975- Fredric March passes away at the age of 77. .
Glossy 8x10 of Academy Award winning actor Fredric March
1933 Cecile B. De Milles pre-code Sign of the Cross Fredric March Elissa Landi who by the way deserves a 2nd look
Rouben Mamoulian taking a break with Fredric March and Miriam Hopkins on the set of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1931).
Today's charity shop bargains: Janet Gaynor, Fredric March, Jean Harlow and 1D. All for less than £1!
Reproductions, but they're still elegant. Ronald Colman, Greer Garson, Fredric March, Carole Lombard.
📷 imalegionnaire: Harold Russell, Dana Andrews, and Fredric March in “The Best Years of Our Lives”
The wolf man1941,Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde the Fredric March version.Island of Lost Souls with Charles Laughton. Mad Love
Looks like Trump did a severely mutated version of Fredric March's freakout at the end of "Inherit The WInd," but without croaking
I imagine by the end of it those Iowans were looking for a Spencer Tracy to counteract Trump's Fredric March.
"Anna Karenina", the 1935 film adaptation directed by Clarence Brown with Greta Garbo, Fredric March, Basil Rathbone
Fredric March, Rouben Mamoulian, and Miriam Hopkins take a tea break on the set of DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE (1931).
Finished watching the pre-code film, Death Takes a Holiday from 1934, starring Fredric March. Delightful!
Massive support for capitalism following Million Mask March
No it's not cooking again, its Fredric March in 'Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde' (1931)
📷 “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” (1931).  Fredric March as Dr. Henry Jekyll and Mr Hyde.  Directed by Rouben...
Isn't Hecht. Not positive, but looks like Fredric March to me.
The film stars Fredric March, Elissa Landi, Claudette Colbert, and Charles Laughton, with Ian Keith and Arthur Hohl.
If Tuesday Weld had married Fredric March's son, she would have been known as Tuesday March the 2nd.
I need somebody to sample Fredric Chopin funeral march.
The only tie for Best Actor was between Wallace Beery for The Champ and Fredric March for Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, in 1932.
like when fredric march and Gary Cooper rescue Miriam Hopkins after she gets married to max in design for living - UGH. SO CUTE.
Best off time is watching classic movies one fasinating movie the 1930s Jekyll & Hyde staring Fredric March
Hollywood Home Tour - Fredric March: It's been awhile since the Hollywood Home Tour bus last passed by any cel...
In the film, Fredric March's character Al Stephenson is a banker. Before becoming an actor, March had a career in banking.
It's just a very funny film Veronica Lake and Fredric March are just so funny together in this.
Shoutout to Design For Living, the movie that implies Fredric March has threesomes w Gary Cooper.
Not sure why they got mad at me at the Whitney last night just because I fixed the misspelling of "Fredric March."
Diane Cilento. Remember her on Martin Ritt's "Hombre" with Paul Newman and Fredric March
The project, based on William Wellman’s 1937 film starring Janet Gaynor and Fredric March, centers on a fading...
PHOTO original B2331 Fredric March Death of a salesman
Fredric March is my no.1 , i'd put Cary second. Tho Jim Jam is great also
few actors match his talent. Fredric March is a close contender. Your boys 😉
Fredric March takes the news badly. Design for Living (Ernst Lubitsch, 1933)
Bogie, Fredric March films new to DVD: Humphrey Bogart's final film as a gangster as well as a pair ...
There's something about March that makes human go...mad
Humphrey Bogart, Fredric March head up vintage movies new to DVD
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Hey, it’s Friedrich Ignatz Wertheimer (better known and reviled as Fredric Wertham, born March 20, 1895 in...
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Fredric March and Claudette Colbert. The Sign of the Cross 1932. Directed by Cecil B. De Mille
The single greatest acting performance I've ever seen was Ian McKellen in AMADEUS on Broadway. But I thought it would be fun to list, off the top of my head, the greatest film performances I've ever seen. Can't imagine I won't leave some out. 1. Robert Ryan in THE ICEMAN COMETH. Nothing tops this film performance for me. 2. Fredric March in THE ICEMAN COMETH. Close second. The rest are just as they occur to me. Vanessa Redgrave in HOWARD'S END and JULIA. Meryl Streep in SOPHIE'S CHOICE. Robert Blake in IN COLD BLOOD. Rod Steiger in THE PAWNBROKER. Victoire Thivisol in PONETTE. Toshiro Mifune in ARU KENGO NO SHOGAI and YOJIMBO. Robert Mitchum in CAPE FEAR (1962), THE FRIENDS OF EDDIE COYLE, and THE STORY OF G.I. JOE. Henry Fonda in THE GRAPES OF WRATH. Charlie Chaplin in CITY LIGHTS. Giulietta Massina in LA STRADA. Lon Chaney in THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME. Buster Keaton in OUR HOSPITALITY. Lillian Gish in THE WIND. Falconetti in THE PASSION OF JOAN OF ARC. Peter Lorre in M. John Barrymore in GRAND H ...
I'd pick Fredric March and Teri Garr... and Charles Durning, and I'll raise you a Ned Beatty.
I trust it's not just me who has to stop and wonder 'Do I mean Shelley Long or Teri Garr?'. And 'Do I mean Fredric March or Franchot Tone?'.
Pre-Code classic Design for Living, starring Gary Cooper, Fredric March & Miriam Hopkins was released today in 1933 ht…
Mickey At War The Bridges At Toko-Ri (1954) The Bridges at Toko-Ri is a film from 1954 that was directed by Mark Robson and was based on the novel by James Michener about a U.S. Navy pilot assigned to bomb a group of heavily defended bridges during the Korean War. The story was made into a motion picture by Paramount Pictures. The Bridges at Toko-Ri closely follows the novel, emphasizing the lives of the pilots and crew in the context of a war that seems remote to all except those who fight in it. The film stars William Holden, Grace Kelly, Fredric March, Mickey Rooney, and Robert Strauss, and it also contains early film roles by Dennis Weaver and Earl Holliman. Michener based his novel on actual missions flown against the railroad bridges at Majon-ni[4] and Samdong-ni, North Korea, during the winter of 1951–52, when he was a news correspondent aboard the aircraft carriers USS Essex and USS Oriskany. Onscreen credits include the following written acknowledgment: "We proudly present this motion picture a ...
1968 wasn't the first and last time. There was a tie for Best Actor in 1932 (Wallace Beery and Fredric March).
THE 25 BEST MOVIES ABOUT AMERICAN POLITICS (Countdown) 18 / 25 Seven Days in May (1964) Think this Cold War story might be dated? Think again. This story of an attempted coup by some over-hawkish joint chiefs who don’t like the president’s nuclear disarmament policy is set in motion by events taking place in, you’ll never guess, Iran. Great steel-jawed performances from Burt Lancaster and Kirk Douglas, and time-bomb-tense direction from John Frankenheimer. Makes you glad Ted Cruz is just a senator and not a general, that’s for sure. US military leaders plot to overthrow the President because he supports a nuclear disarmament treaty and they fear a Soviet sneak attack. Director: John Frankenheimer Writers: Fletcher Knebel (novel), Charles W. Bailey II (novel), 1 more credit » Stars: Burt Lancaster, Kirk Douglas, Fredric March |
your grandpop was one of my mom's favorite actors when she was a tween and teen in the 40s. Also Dana Andrews & Fredric March.
As climate activists converge on NYC, world leaders are meeting with corporate polluters:
We can't get enough of how awesome yesterday's March was - so we're going to keep sharing photos!
Claudette Colbert, Fredric March, and Cecil B. DeMille on the set of SIGN OF THE CROSS, an early color photograph:
Finished DR. JEKYLL & MR. HYDE (1931) absolutely wonderful film! Fredric March is terrifying and ranks up there with Rains' Invisible Man.
talks with about her walk across America as part of the Great March for
Reminded of a favourite movie of mine... "Inherit the Wind" Directed by the genius Stanley Kramer. Starring Spencer Tracy and Fredric March.
And then the summer after that, it'll be Expendables 5, starring the ghosts of John Wayne, Robert Mitchum, and Fredric March.
Our Movie Poster of the Day: Fredric March in 1936's Anthony Adverse
lol it's great. I like Fredric March's movies as well and seen a few silent films with Harry Houdini.
Hey, did you know that if Tuesday Weld married Fredric March's grandson, she'd be Tuesday, March the Second!
Fay Wray Gripped in the giant hand of "King Kong" (1933) in a simulated New York City on the RKO backlot, Fay Wray emitted screams of terror that reverberated throughout a nation stunned by the Great Depression. By the time the Canadian native was cast in the role of Ann Darrow, human inamorata of the eighth Wonder of the World, Wray was already a successful Hollywood actress whose previous leading men included William Powell, Gary Cooper and Fredric March. Her reputation with the major studios undermined by her marriage to brilliant but unstable writer John Monk Saunders, Wray divorced, remarried and retired on her own terms in 1942. The death of her second husband, screenwriter Robert Riskin, drove the aging actress back to work in character parts, including a comical turn as an affluent hypochondriac in "Tammy and the Bachelor" (1957). An iconic figure in cult film circles, Wray eventually turned her back on performing to enjoy frequent public appearances as herself. Living well into her nineties, Wray ...
June 8: On this day in the year 1949 – The celebrities Helen Keller, Dorothy Parker, Danny Kaye, Fredric March,...
At the outset of Season 3, the Cleavers moved into this home, on the backlot of Universal Studios. It's a famous house, it was known on the lot, as the Paramount House. It was probably first noticed as the home of the Hilyard family, who came under siege from Glenn Griffin, in the film, "Desperate Hours." Humphrey Bogart played Glenn Griffin the escaped convict holding a family hostage. Fredric March, played Mr. Hilyard. Not a great film, directed by William "Wild Bill" Wyler, but entertaining performances. If you listen carefully, one of the detectives is none other than the voice of Fred Flintstone, Alan Reed. Next, it was the home to the famous Doctor, Marcus Welby and his young motorcycle riding Junior Doctor, Dr. Stephen Kiley, or Robert Young and James Brolin, as most folks knew them. The house resided on Colonial Street at Universal, named because at the cul-de-sac was a huge colonial mansion. Also on this street, yes the Munsters house, called the Maxim house. They moved the Paramount *** ...
During a forty-one year film career, appearing in more than seventy-one films, the one role that made her a screen legend was when she played in what is considered the greatest children"s classic of all time, 1939"s, "The Wizard Of Oz", where she appeared as The Wicked Witch Of The West. Margaret Hamilton was born in Cleveland, Ohio on Dec. 9th., 1902, the youngest of four children. She made her stage debut in 1933 at the age of twenty-one. She was not a Hollywood glamour girl and so she was offered many roles as a charcter actress. On June 13th., 1931, she married Paul Meserve and they had one son born in 1936 whom she raised on her own after divorcing her husband in 1938. In 1937 she appeared with Clark Gable and Jean Harlow in "Saratoga", and the same year she was in "Nothing Sacred" with Carole Lombard and Fredric March. In creating her most famous role as one of the screens most memorable villains, The Wicked Witch Of The West was ranked number 4 in The American Film Institutes list of the 50 Best Mo ...
film screening on 8/05/2014 5 pm Anna Karenina Directed by Clarence Brown Written by S. N. Behrman,Clemence Dane,Salka Viertel Based on Anna Karenina(novel) by Leo Tolstoy Starring Greta Garbo,Fredric March,Maureen O'Sullivan,Freddie Bartholomew Release dates : August 30, 1935 (New York City)[1] Running time : 95 minutes Country : United States Anna Karenina is a 1935 film adaptation of the novel Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy and directed by Clarence Brown. The film stars Greta Garbo, Fredric March, Basil Rathbone and Maureen O'Sullivan. There are several other film adaptations of the novel. In New York, the film opened at the Capitol Theatre, the site of many prestigious MGM premieres. The film earned $2,304,000 at the box office, and won the Mussolini Cup for best foreign film at the Venice Film Festival. Greta Garbo received a New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actress for her role as Anna. In addition, the film was ranked on the American Film Institute's list of AFI's 100 Years..100 Passions.
Rare and surprisingly candid 1959 film from script with and Fredric March
When having my morning protein shake I do insist on doing my best Fredric March as Dr Jekyll impression. Or John Barrymore. . . . . .
Every year on this date I post a link from a story I wrote and was published nationally in 2011. Unfortunately, I no longer have access to the link but I did find that story. It's about a young woman who almost had it all but took one too many wrong turns. Jeana wasn't a drug addict or a club hopping party animal. She was ambitious and knew from day one what she wanted. She was a career driven Midwestern girl who always had a smile and always made you feel good about yourself. That's what makes this story that much more tragic. This is a cautionary tale to be sure as I'm sure her story has helped many who came after her. For any up and coming performers and actors on a one way street to stardom, hear her story and always take stock of yourself. Let Jeana's story help you stay on the right path. She is missed every day. But today especially we honor her memory. Here is her story once again. Jeana: A Hollywood Tragedy Every now and then, I find myself writing a much more introspective piece about our ...
Seeing "Antigone" at the Fredric March Theatre on campus. All by myself.
It was William Holden's birthday last week. Watching the big finish of John Milius' Flight Of The Intruder, recently, made me think of the 1954 Korean war film, The Bridges at Toko-Ri. William Holden's other "Bridge" movie. Based on the James A, Michener novel, it stars Holden, Grace Kelly, Fredric March, Charles McGraw, Earl Holliman, and Mickey Rooney (great as a Mutt & Jeff pair of helicopter rescue pilots). Holden plays Harry Brubaker, a slightly embittered navy pilot stationed on March's aircraft carrier, who just wants to get through the war and get back to his law practice and beautiful wife and the two daughters he was taken from by being called to duty as a reservist. He just has to fly one major (likely suicidal) mission to take down some strategically vital bridges behind enemy lines. I just picked up a copy of the DVD on Amazon for $5 bucks, and that was a steal. I rewatched it today after not seeing it for many years, and it still holds up very well. I was surprised to read comments online th ...
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This was Clift's 1st film but he'd been acting on B'way since age 14 w/the Lunts, Fredric March, Tallulah Bankhead, etc.
I saw it a while ago and have a huge crush on Fredric March, and am generally enamoured with Merle Oberon... I remember it is
Religion versus science! Fredric March versus Spencer Tracy! And epic battle is about to start:
You can have him I'm making a movie on Lubitsch era Fredric March.
Actor Fredric March with his cocker spaniel on the street on a rainy day. (April 1944)
Photo: Fredric March and Carole Lombard chat at Selznick International Pictures during the filming of...
Fredric March, Rouben Mamoulian, Miriam Hopkins have tea on set of "Dr Jekyl and Mr Hyde."
SCTV presents 'Nothing Sacred' starring Carole Lombard and Fredric March this Fri Sat & Sun at 7p 9p & 12m on SCTV!!!
The Matthew Harrison Brady part was portrayed beautifully. Is it Fredric March?
Thanks for reminding fans of "Inherit the Wind" Even for those not interested, great Spencer Tracy,Fredric March! Another time
Don't miss the classic Greek tragedy "Antigone" at the Fredric March Theater April 23-26!
I did not want or need to have a thing for Fredric March but I totally have a thing for Fredric March now I guess
On This Date in History, March 19, 1953, for the first time, audiences are able to sit in their living rooms and watch as the movie world’s most prestigious honors, the Academy Awards, are given out at the RKO Pantages Theatre in Hollywood, California. The year 1953 marked the first time that the Academy Awards were broadcast on the fledgling medium of television. The National Broadcasting Company (NBC) TV network carried the 25th annual awards ceremony live from Hollywood’s RKO Pantages Theatre. Bob Hope was the master of ceremonies, while Fredric March, a two-time Academy Award winner for Best Actor (for 1932’s Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and 1946’s The Best Years of Our Lives), presented the awards. The statuette for Best Picture went to Cecil B. DeMille’s The Greatest Show on Earth, while John Ford won Best Director for The Quiet Man. Winners in the top two acting categories were Gary Cooper (High Noon) and Shirley Booth (Come Back, Little Sheba).
May problems with neighbors last only as long as snow in March     Looking out of the office window, I felt really energized and motivated by amazing weather and the constantly stronger and warmer rays of light.   I don’t know about you, dear Readers, but this weather makes me motivated to live fuller and shake the autumn stress away.   I have decided to pay a tribute to this wonderful month, which is March, and prepared some interesting trivia about it.   ① March is named after Mars, the Roman god of war. This is probably because the Roman battle season was beginning in the spring. ② In the Old English, March was called Hlyda, or Lide, meaning ‘loud’, which refers to the loud March winds. ③ “March is the month of expectation, The things we do not know.” (Emily Dickinson, 1830-86) ④ St David’s Day is celebrated on March 1 based on the belief that he died on Tuesday, March 1, 589. ⑤ The actor Fredric March won two Best Actor Oscars: in 1932 and 1946. ⑥ He changed his name from ...
—1931's Oscar winner for Fredric March, followed by the 1941 Spencer Tracy/Ingrid Bergman version! Excited about both!
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Inherit the Wind is a 1960 Hollywood film adaptation of the play of the same name, written by Jerome Lawrence and Robert Edwin Lee, directed by Stanley Kramer. It stars Spencer Tracy as lawyer Henry Drummond and Fredric March as his friend and rival Matthew Harrison Brady, also featuring Gene Kelly, *** York, Harry Morgan, Donna Anderson, Claude Akins, Noah Beery, Jr., Florence Eldridge, and Jimmy Boyd. The script was adapted by Nedrick Young (originally as Nathan E. Douglas) and Harold Jacob Smith.[3] Stanley Kramer was commended for bringing in writer Nedrick Young, as the latter was blacklisted. Inherit the Wind is a parable that fictionalizes the 1925 Scopes "Monkey" Trial as a means to discuss McCarthyism.[4] Written in response to the chilling effect of the McCarthy era investigations on intellectual discourse, the play (and film) are critical of creationism. A television remake starring Jason Robards and Kirk Douglas aired in 1988. It was again remade in 1999, co-starring Jack Lemmon as Drummond a ...
The 1946 winner that year was "Best Years of Our Lives" starring Myrna Loy and Fredric March.
Most ppl don't recognize my fav movie bc it's from the 1940s and the most famous ppl in it are Myrna Loy and Fredric March
Photoset: warnerarchive: Star-crossed lovers Fredric March and Norma Shearer in Smilin’ Through (1932)
Technicolor film produced by David O. Selznick and directed by William A. Wellman. It stars Janet Gaynor as an aspiring Hollywood actress, and Fredric March ...
Watched the 1937 and original version of A Star is Born. Kino has put out a clear print of this film. I’ve only seen it in grainy dollar store VHS prints, so seeing it in clear 3- strip Technicolor is wonderful. I’ve recently watched the Judy Garland version and the Streisand version, so I wanted to revisit the original. It’s a solid, fast paced drama, with biting dialogue by Dorothy Parker and great direction by William Wellman, great performances by all the supporting performers. The oft told story of the star on his way down as his wife’s career is going up is the same… but this version is less a showcase for the female lead and more a portrait of the cold business of Hollywood. Fredric March and Janet Gaynor are wonderful. March's Maine is the much more likable than James Mason. Gaynor's Esther Bloggett is a naïve, straight off the farm girl, swept away by falling in love with her screen idol. There is no way that she can save him, but like her dreams of Hollywood she has stars in h ...
DESIGN FOR LIVING (1933) Gary Cooper, Fredric March, and Miriam Hopkins play a trio of Americans in Paris who enter into a very adult “gentleman’s agree­ment” in this continental pre-Code comedy, freely adapted by Ben Hecht from a play by Noël Coward and directed by Ernst Lubitsch. A risqué relationship story and a witty take on creative pursuits, the film concerns a commercial artist (Hopkins) unable—or unwilling—to choose between the equally dashing painter (Cooper) and playwright (March) she meets on a train en route to the City of Light. Design for Living is Lubitsch at his sexiest, an entertainment at once debonair and racy, featuring three stars at the height of their allure.
Fredric March, Miriam Hopkins and Gary Cooper in Ernst Lubitsch's ahead of its time comedy, DESIGN FOR LIVING (1933)
".."The Randall Marshalls" with Sylvia Sidney, Carole Lombard, Randolph Scott and Fredric March, and directed by Lothar Mendes."
a filmed musical television adaptation starring Fredric March as Scrooge and Basil Rathbone as Marley was shown on the TV anthology Shower of Stars. The adap...
There hasn't been a better film version of Scrooge since Reginald Owen in 1938. I specify film because the Fredric March and Basil Rathbone TV adaptations were not too shabby either.
I have added 2 more "A Christmas Carol" adaptations to the collection - a 50's TV version with Fredric March as Scrooge/ Basil Rathbone as Marley, not bad for TV, with a lot of music and cut to 60 minutes but well acted and a new (eg last year) version with a *** Scrooge - also a bit of music. Low budget but actually very well done.
Directed by William Wyler. With Myrna Loy, Fredric March, Dana Andrews. Three WWII veterans return home to small-town America to discover that they and their families have been irreparably changed. Visit IMDb for Photos, Showtimes, Cast, Crew, Reviews, Plot Summary, Comments, Discussions, Taglines,…
Fact: Laurence Olivier, Fredric March, Robert Donat and Robert Montgomery all turned down the role of Romeo in Romeo and Juliet (1936),
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thanks. Fredric March is one of my all-time favorites.
The wonderfully moving scene when Fredric March, as the soldier returning home at the end of WWII, greets his wife, played by Myrna Loy, and kids. Read a rev...
Learn to take risks in life because if you win, you can lead and if youValjean (Fredric March) in Les misérables (1935)
Fredric March (1897-1975) was one of the most dynamic and versatile actors of his time. On the screen he created memorable performances in such classic films as Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Death Takes a Holiday, Les Miserables, A Star is Born, Nothing Sacred, One Foot in Heaven, The Adventures of Mark...
On this day in 1981, the actor William Holden, who starred in such movies as Sunset Boulevard, Stalag 17 and Network, dies at the age of 63 in his Santa Monica, California home. The Academy Award-winning actor reportedly died after falling and hitting his head; his body was found several days later. Holden was born William Franklin Beedle on April 17, 1918, in O’Fallon, Illinois, and raised in Southern California. He made his feature film debut in 1938’s Prison Farm and the following year starred in Golden Boy with Barbara Stanwyck. During World War II, he served in the U.S. Air Force and acted in training films. In 1950, Holden co-starred with Gloria Swanson in director Billy Wilder’s now-classic film noir Sunset Boulevard, which was nominated for 11 Academy Awards and later added to the American Film Institute’s list of the 100 best movies of the 20th century. Holden received a Best Actor Oscar nomination for his performance as Joe Gillis, a broke screenwriter who gets ensnared in the world of t ...
Don't be afraid to give up the good for the great, - Tygascar, Fredric March won Best Actor for playing the title roles,
ALLAH prefers gentleness in all matters (Bukhari)Then in a spiritual sense you will always be young, Fredric March
After one fight scene with Fredric March, Carole Lombard had to take the following day off to recupe….
That moment when you hear a song, and you feel like it describes your eValjean (Fredric March) in Les misérables (1935)
I have no soul, I'm beyond the pale, I'm one of the living dead! - Dr, Henry Jekyll (Fredric March) in Dr, Jekyll and Mr, Hyde (1931)
Fact: As a child, Marlon Brando's favourite actor was Fredric March,Your life is a product of your thoughts, what you t
Good old TMC has Executive Suite on . William Holden, June Allyson! Fredric March , and Barbra Stanwyck. Good stuff . After the death of the CEO of a furniture manufacturer , a fight ensues to see who takes over. Sounds like a typical day at Dcota Trade
The reputation of a thousand years may be determined by the conduct of Valjean (Fredric March) in Les misérables (1935)
Fredric March did a superb job playing the immigrant father.
Is that Leave Her to Heaven? That is also ace. One Foot is the Americana with Fredric March and the mighty Beulah Bondi.
José Vicente Ferrer de Otero y Cintrón[2] (January 8, 1912 – January 26, 1992), best known as José Ferrer, was a Puerto Rican actor, theater, and film director. He was the first Puerto Rican, as well as the first white Hispanic actor, to win an Academy Award (in 1950, for Cyrano de Bergerac). To honor his roots, he donated his Oscar award to the University of Puerto Rico. The prolific and distinguished thespian also won several Tony Awards. In 1947, he won the Tony Award for his theatrical performance of Cyrano de Bergerac, and then in 1952, he won the Distinguished Dramatic Actor Award for The Shrike, and also the Outstanding Director Award for directing all three of The Shrike, The Fourposter, and Stalag 17. José Ferrer's contributions to American theater were recognized in 1981, when he was inducted into the American Theater Hall of Fame. In 1985 he received the National Medal of Arts from Ronald Reagan, becoming the first actor to receive that honor. On April 26, 2012, the United States Postal S ...
Charles Tranberg, Author has a Fredric March FB page & a book out:
Dorothy Parker Dorothy Parker was an American poet, short story writer, critic and satirist, best known for her wit, wisecracks, and eye for 20th century urban foibles. From a conflicted and unhappy childhood, Parker rose to acclaim, both for her literary output in such venues as The New Yorker and as a founding member of the Algonquin Round Table. Following the breakup of the circle, Parker traveled to Hollywood to pursue screenwriting. Her successes there, including two Academy Award nominations, were curtailed as her involvement in left-wing politics led to a place on the Hollywood blacklist. Parker went through three marriages (two to the same man) and survived several suicide attempts. Dismissive of her own talents, she deplored her reputation as a "wisecracker." Nevertheless, her literary output and reputation for her sharp wit have endured Early Life Parker was born in West End, New Jersey, as the fourth and last child of Jacob (Henry) Rothschild, a garment manufacturer, and Annie Eliza (Marston) R ...
This is Charles’s seventh book, Fredric March: A Consummate Actor and others can be found at the Bear Manor Media website and Amazon.
Synopsis: As she burns at the stake, 17th century witch Jennifer (Veronica Lake), places a curse on her accuser, Jonathan Wooley (Fredric March - in multiple...
Fredric March and Veronica Lake in a publicity photo from I MARRIED A WITCH (1942)
On a visit to the set of The Desperate Hours, Lauren Bacall chats with Fredric March and husband Humphrey Bogart 1955
I watched Middle of the Night with Kim Novak & Fredric March on TCM. Was a great unwind from *** dogs!!
Watching "Middle of the Night" Fredric March, Kim Novak. Kim Novak is one of my favorites. She and Lauren Bacall.
Vintage cinema marquee: Kim Novak and (in smaller letters!) Fredric March in MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT at United Artists
Happy birthday to Fredric March born Aug. 8, 1897 and best known for his roles in Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and The Best Years of our Lives.
Monsterman's classic horror shot: Fredric March in the title role of 'Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde' (1931).
I love those old What's My Lines on YouTube. Seek out the Fredric March one for the best!
Spencer Tracy and Fredric March in "Inherit the Wind" (1960), directed by Stanley Kramer
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.And I love that fact you know who Fredric March is!
Miriam Hopkins and Florence Eldridge (Mrs. Fredric March). in a scene from "The Story of Temple Drake" (1933), a...
Janet Gaynor is the young aspiring actress, Fredric March the older actor heading downward.
Myrna Loy and Fredric March were a great couple in 'The Best Years of Our Lives'. One of the finest films ever.
Well, here I am at 3:45 a.m. mst wide awake. The new bed is wonderful..comfortable, etc. I just can't get back to sleep. We had a "date night" last night, and used a gift card that was given to Bill for his bd. We went to The Outback. A friend of ours is the kitchen manager there. It was relaxing and fun..had a nice dinner. We sat and talked and took our time. When we came home, the original "Les Miserables" with Fredric March & Charles Laughton from the 1930's was on TCM. I remember seeing it in about 1975..It's not a musical..very moving and poignant, & I recalled the 1st time I saw it, it was a work night & and I stayed up until 4 in the am watching it. It moved me. Today we are going to friends for a bbq & swimming. They live across the "sac" from Phil & Sarah. Great weekend! Full Moon too!
Hollywood's Forgotten Blondes 2.Virginia Bruce Virginia Bruce, née Helen Virginia Briggs in Minneapolis in 1910, was hyped as "The Most Beautiful Blonde In the Movies," and of my forgotten blondes, she is my personal favourite. Her story reads like something from a fan magazine; she was with making a tour of one of the studios when a director spotted her, and signed the pretty teenager on the spot. Bruce had a brief marriage to Garbo's lover, John Gilbert, with whom she had a daughter, Susan Gilbert, and by her second marriage to director J. Walter Ruben, who died 5 years into their marriage, she had her son, Christopher.There was a third husband, a rather dubious Turkish gent named Ali Ipar, whom she married, divorced, and married again. Paired on the screen with the great leading men -- James Cagney, William Powell, Fredric March, James Stewart and Robert Taylor, Bruce could act and also sang well -- it was she who introduced Cole Porter's "I've Got You Under My Skin" in the backstage musical, "Born To ...
Fredric March and Harold Russell won Oscars for THE BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES (1946) but Dana Andrews, in the film's key perf, was overlooked.
Tonight's off-schedule Friday film presentation will be Stanley Kramer's "Inherit the Wind" with Fredric March and Spencer Tracy, brought to you by $5 worth of Walmart steak, SPUD vodka, and Pepsi MAX. With an accompaniment of clattering keys producing some manner of cohesive language understood by our robot overlords.
Watching my ALL time favorite movie " The Best Years Of Our Lives " circa 1946...This movie captures the lives of 3 returning servicemen and the difficulties they face when trying to return to post war world II civilization ...It's so well written,directed and acted you can feel the pure and true love between Myrna Loy and Fredric March and the nervousness they feel the first time they hold each other after Fredric March Myrna Loys husband comes home after being gone 2-3 yrs.Beautiful !!
If you're home from the parade, not working over a hot grille, or want a break from your Honey Do list, you may want to see the best WWII movie ever made. There's no guns and no blood, just the struggle and pain our warriors and their families fight after they get home. Fredric March, Dana Andrews, and Myrna Loy. 5:00 pm TCM
Fredric March in "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" For full review of film, plus pictures, comments and links... visit my website at
Directed by Nunnally Johnson. With Gregory Peck, Jennifer Jones, Fredric March, Marisa Pavan. An ex-soldier faces ethical questions as he tries to earn enough to support his wife and children well.
In the film "The Desperate Hours" Humphrey Bogart holds Fredric March hostage inside the Cleaver home from "Leave it to Beaver." Visit Dear Old Hollywood to see this home which has appeared countless times on film.
I'm going to cast a vote for the astonishingly versatile Fredric March -- and another for Daniel Day Lewis!
Homer letting Wilma help him breaks my heart. Dana Andrews? Swoon! Myrna Loy, Fredric March amazing. Watch whenever it's on.
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is fortunate to have found the classic "Inherit The Wind" on TCM for a lazy Saturday!! Spencer Tracy is Clarence Darrow, Fredric March is William Jennings Bryan, with a crew of legendary all-stars!! The genius of Tracy on full display, with a natural manner that makes it appear there's no acting going on. Quite a gift!
Fredric March. March excelled at playing tortured men. He's Jean Valjean in Les Miserables, and he's Willy Loman in DEATH OF A SALESMAN.
Get ready for our upcoming events mark your calander March 16 , 2013 A live chat with the authors DD King, Elward Holman, Fredric
Currently seeking M/F Dallas, TX LOCALS to work the upcoming auto show. Dates are March 13-17th. You must be available every day. If this is you please send a smiling head shot and resume to talentPlease put "Dallas Local" as your subject
Enjoying some relaxing watching The Bsat Years of our lives. Dana Andrews, Fredric March, Myrna Loy. Better than honey boo boo and candy Crowley bs!
Watching The Best Years Of Our lives; if this isn't in your top five movies of all time, then turn in your movie milk duds and leave the theatre
If you remember old actors...if Tuesday Weld would have married Fredric March Jr., she would have been Tuesday March the 2nd.
Fredric March is brilliant in and you all know I love the man. But it's a shame Dana Andrews didn't get recognition.
(Why is the union of letter carriers waiting until March 24 to have a major demo against service cuts at the Post Office ? ) from : Day of action on March 24: NALC will hold a day of action on Sunday, March 24, to mobilize public support for Saturday delivery service. The timing will allow us the perfect opportunity to remind our representatives in Washington to maintain the six-day mail delivery language in the continuing budget resolution, expected to be renewed by Congress on March 27. “We want to make this fight about the cost of losing Saturday mail delivery and how it would affect people in each and every state,” NALC President Fredric Rolando said. Letter carriers are encouraged to gather friends, family, co-workers and community coalition partners at specified post offices in major media centers with signage and T-shirts that reflect the feelings of the citizenry, such as “Virginians for Saturday delivery” or “The people of California want 6-day delivery.” Carriers should not ...
A little fun Oscar trivia: Daniel Day-Lewis, with his Best Actor win for his portrayal of Abraham Lincoln, becomes the first man to win 3 Oscars for Best Actor; 8 other men have won 2 (Spencer Tracy, Sean Penn, Marlon Brando, Tom Hanks, Dustin Hoffman, Fredric March, Gary Cooper and Jack Nicholson). Nicholson also has a Best Supporting Actor Oscar to go with his two Best Actor statuettes. Walter Brennan, who never won a Best Actor Oscar did win 3 for Best Supporting Actor. In any event, Day-Lewis is in rare company. That is, unless you make the club co-ed. Kathryn Hepburn won FOUR Best Actress Oscars, and twelve other women have two (Luise Rainer, Bette Davis, Olivia de Havilland, Vivien Leigh, Ingrid Bergman, Elizabeth Taylor, Glenda Jackson, Jane Fonda, Sally Field, Jodie Foster, Hilary Swank and Meryl Streep). Streep and Bergman each picked up a Supporting Actress Oscar to bring their statuette total to 3 apiece. Finally, if you (like me) could have sworn that Meryl Streep had more than 3, there's a go ...
I am always amazed at "the day after" syndrome in which people proclaim something is the BEST or GREATEST based on the last action of an individual. The posts on yahoo and other blog sites have now crowned Daniel Day Lewis as Best Actor ever. WOW. Were these people born yesterday? Yes, he's phenomenal. But why is it our society has to have the disposable mentality the second something else comes along? How can anyone overlook almost a century of acting and just cast all the others aside. Can we give any consideration to Pacino, Brando, Dean, Newman, Redford, Portier, Robeson, Ben Kingsley, Charlton Heston, Denzel Washington, Claude Raines, James Cagney, Lou Gossett Jr., Ossie Davis, Jimmy Stewart, Fredric March...shall I go on?
It's time for this week's trivia question! The first five correct answers via messaging will receive four tickets to see Mike Bonner at Connxtions Comedy Club! What actor has won the most Oscars for Actor in a Leading Role?
# epic Daniel Day - Lewis wins his third Best Actor in a leading role award and will hold the record for most Wins, he is currently tied with : Spencer Tracy, Marlon Brando, Sean Penn, Dustin Hoffman, Tom Hanks, Jack nicholson, Gary Cooper, and Fredric March.
Best Sound Editing was, I think, the fourth tie in Oscar history. Wallace Beery and Fredric March tied for Best Actor but it wasn't a real
HEY! HEY! I don't usually care about these things, but now the greatest actor of our generation will be ranked among the greatest actors of all time. I remember watching "Unbearable Lightness of Being" and being blown away by the male lead. The person I mentioned this to, said, "yes, he was in 'Room With a View", too. "Huh? Who? the hunk was a blonde guy," I said. "Oh yeah, but he played the dweeb." Such is his talent that he is absolutely unrecognizable from one roll to the next. As if to emphasize the point, his next major roll was "My Left Foot". For the also rans, it would the honor of any actor's lifetime to lose to Daniel Day Lewis.
To those of you who like Loreen's songs/music (Euphoria, etc) I put out this photo taken by Fredric Fredrixzon in Helsingborg, Sweden. I think this is one of the better pictures at "Loreen in action" that I have seen. I do not know the photographer but seeing him often at FCH´s matches at Helsingborg´s Arena (highest League in floorball). You can read about her worldwide success here: can listen to Loreen on Spotify and iTunes. Now Loreen is in Japan (Billboard Tokyo and Osaka) and on March 2 she performs in Sydney, Australia.
For those wondering about a tie at the Oscars, it actually happened in 1932 for Best Actor. Wallace Beery (The Champ) and Fredric March (Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde) somehow tied.
Although the last one was not a “true tie” because Fredric March had one more vote than Wallace Beery. /cc
Never heard of a tie at the Oscars...hmmm.
1968: Barbara Steisand and Katherine Hepburn for Best Actress | 1931/32: Fredric March and Wallace Beery for Best Actor.
3rd tie. Fredric March and Wallace Berry for Best Actor in 1932.
Wait, I just fact-checked myself and I was wrong. BS & KH tied exactly. Fredric March and Wallace Berry differed by 1 in '32.
I hear Les Miserables is up for some Oscars tonight. Did Fredric March win for Best Actor?
Tie back in 1932 when Fredric March of "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" and Wallace Beery of "The Champ" tied for Best Actor. Shhh, now Adele!!
Also happened in 1932 - Best Actor tie between Fredric March and Wallace Beery.
Skyfall and Zero Dark Thirty tie for sound editing. Anyone know when last tie for an Oscar was?
I love Anne Hathaway forever. So glad she won!! Although Sally Fields was up there too since The Flying Nun & Sybil. Lol!!
Other ties in Oscar history: 1968's Barbara Streisand and Katherine Hepburn, and 1931's Fredric March/Wallace Beery for Best Actor.
Streisand and Hepburn in '69 and Wallace Beery and Fredric March in '32
The previous tied oscars were 1930/31 - Wallace Beery and Fredric March for Best Actor. 1968 - Best Actress - Hepburn and Streisand
Previous Oscar ties: Best Actor in 1932 (Fredric March and Wallace Beery), and Best Actress in 1968 (Katharine Hepburn and Barbra Streisand)
OMG.. The first tie since Barbra/Katy Hepburn for Best Actress in 1968.. it's all happening?
Previous Ties: Wallace Beery & Fredric March in 1932 for Best Actor, Barbra Streisand & Katharine Hepburn in 1969 for Best Actress
A tie? Look people, you need to make a decision. . .next thing you know they will be giving out participation trophies!
According to WikiAnswers there have only been two ties in Oscars history: 1932 for Best Actor. 1968 Best Actress.
Correct me if i'm mistaken but I think this is the first tie in the history of the Oscars!!
I believe Barbara Streisand tied with Katharine Hepburn for an Oscar. Any other ties?
Is this the third tie ever at the Oscars?
a tie? has that ever happened at the Oscars?
For you all OSCAR's trivia! Has there ever been a Tie at the Oscars?
I don't remember a tie ever happening at the oscars before.
A tie??!! at the Oscars? Quick, oscar historians. has this happened before?
Has there ever been a tie for an award before?
I have never heard of a tie in the Oscars
Has there ever been a tie before this for an Oscar?
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There is a tie at the Oscars, has that happened before?
How many ties have their bern in Oscar history???
Since when do you have a tie in the Oscars?
A tie? Seriously Has there ever been a tie?
Wait, the live orchestra is up the street?!
If you have never seen the movie, Seven Days in May, you've missed out! Find a copy of it and enjoy! Stars Kirk Douglas, Burt Lancaster, Fredric March (one of America's greatest actors of all time!) and Ava Gardner. Terrific flick.
The Academy Awards -- one of cinema's most supreme accolades (or so they tell us). So prestigious that, as many filmmakers and actors claim, it's an "honor" just to be nominated. A gift from your peers, a historic milestone, a career changer, an ... oh ... where's Sacheen Littlefeather? I like Oscar...
Wonderful lunch today at Gervais & Vine...highly recommend! Great planning meeting for Monet's Table dinner today event to look forward to!!
New client: Full kitchen design/renovation project begins Seattle. Apparently when people see the stuff, they want to buy it. Up next? Ways for clients to see the product...what a concept.
Happy Valentines Day! Heading to Algebra, then Stage Management, then to pay a pill, do some homework and then come on out and see The American Dream/Zoo Story tonight at Fredric March Theatre on campus! House opens at 7!!
at the Film Forum today: Design for Living, starring Miriam Hopkins and Fredric March
Pretty much just Fredric March, our best Mr. Hyde and our best William Jennings Bryan, all in one person.
For the Supernatural episode, see Death Takes a Holiday (Supernatural). Death Takes a Holiday Video cover Directed by Mitchell Leisen Produced by E. Lloyd Sheldon Emanuel Cohen Screenplay by Maxwell Anderson Gladys Lehman Based on Death Takes a Holiday (play) by Alberto Casella Starring Fredric March Evelyn Venable Guy Standing Kent Taylor Helen Westley Henry Travers Kathleen Howard Cinematography Charles Lang Distributed by Paramount Pictures Release date(s) March 30, 1934 Running time 79 min. Country USA Language English Death Takes a Holiday is a 1934 romantic drama starring Fredric March, Evelyn Venable and Guy Standing, based on the Italian play La Morte in Vacanza by Alberto Casella. Contents [edit] Synopsis After years of questioning why people fear him, Death (March) takes on human form for three days so that he can mingle among the mortals and find an answer. He finds a host in Duke Lambert (Standing) after revealing himself and his intentions to the Duke and takes up temporary residen ...
"Life is to give; not to take" quotation from Les Miserables (the old film version starring Fredric March as Jean Valjean)
Fredric March's 1932 pre-code Mr. Hyde exudes so much more evil than Spencer Tracy's 1941 version, but the hokier makeup dulls the effect.
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I fell in love with the story, Les Miserable, when I watched Fredric March in the 1935 version. I watched it several times when I was youngster and throughout the years on television--cried my eyes out. I was ecstatic when they made it into a musical. My husband and I went to see the stage performance--I'd see it again in a heartbeat--tears and all. I watched the remake with Liam Nielson and thought it was pretty good--still cried and cried. So, we could hardly wait until the musical version came out in December--boy what a disappointment. I liked parts of it and didn't like other parts. Anne Hathaway did a great job, both acting and singing. I didn't expect her to do so well, but she pulled it off convincingly. I was surprised that Russel Crowe could carry a tune, but he was hard for me to dislike as the inspector. I like Russel Crowe, but couldn't quite put my finger on why I didn't buy his character in this movie--let's just say he was pretty good. Hugh Jackman's acting was okay, but his voi ...
In The Best Years of Our Lives, Fredric March surprises Myrna Loy by standing at the end of a hallway. Take off the umpire masks, soldiers!
Directed by Clarence Brown. With Greta Garbo, Fredric March, Freddie Bartholomew, Maureen O'Sullivan. The married Anna Karenina falls in love with Count Vronsky despite her husband's refusal to grant a divorce, and both must contend with the social repercussions.
This is actually one of my favorite movies! I am blind to its shortfalls because Gary Cooper and Fredric March.
Another in the Highly Popular series of DVR Alerts. Monday, October 29 on Turner Classic Movies, two courtroom dramas both starring Spencer Tracy and directed by Stanley Kramer: 8:00 PM - "Inherit the Wind" (1960) Based on the famous Scopes "monkey trial". Also starring Fredric March and Gene Kelly in a non-singing, non-dancing dramatic role, and featuring *** York. I never knew he did anything but "Bewitched". 10:15 PM - "Judgement at Nuremberg" (1961) What a cast in addition to Tracy: Marlene Dietrich, Burt Lancaster, Montgomery Clift, Judy Garland, Richard Widmark, Werner "Col. Klink" Kemperer, and, oh, yeah, Maximilian Schell who won the Best Actor Oscar for his performance. Screenwriter Abby Mann also won the Oscar for this screenplay. Good movies!!
Corrupt and evil Fredric March to half-breed Apache Paul Newman: "That shows you something about white people. They stick together." Newman: "They better." ~~ the movie "Hombre"
Watching the 1932 "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde". Fredric March has just taken the potion and he turns into... Jerry Lewis?!
Last night I comforted myself by watching Nothing Sacred, 1937. Confession...I love Fredric March movies. How often do you hear that?
I like the Fredric March version better myself. But Tracy is a real favorite of mine, in general.
I read that on Lincoln's 150th birthday celebration, Fredric March was asked to read the "Gettysburg Address."...
In this video, I combine the song "This is Halloween" from Tim Burton's Nightmare before Christmas with the following franchises: 1) Dracula - Bela Lugosi 2)...
One film that deserves the blu-ray treatment is Fredric March version of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde. My favourite version of that story.
An award winning color film from the Golden Age of Hollywood. A young farm girl (Janet Gaynor) dreams of becoming a Hollywood star. She goes to Hollywood and...
Girl: "I wish you had more in common with my favorite star, Fredric March." Suitor: "But I'm already tall, dark,...
Girl: I wish you were more like my favorite star, Fredric March. Suitor: Tall, handsome and charming? Girl: Long-dead.
i've been known to botch Fredric March, i can feel the judgment coming at me r/n ;)
My 100 favorite horror/sci-fi/thriller movies countdown continues with - Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde with Fredric March, 1931; and - Phantom of the Opera, Lon Chaney, 1925 (silent) - saw this as a special school presentation when I was 11 or 12, screened while a live orchestra played the score. This cemented my love of horror films.
Movie tonight is A Star is Born... the one from 1937 with Janet Gaynor & Fredric March. Nothing against the Judy Garland version, but I find the Janet Gaynor version to be the one I prefer...
Marlon Brando is widely considered the greatest movie actor of all time, rivaled only by the more theatrically oriented Laurence Olivier in terms of esteem. No actor ever exerted such a profound influence on succeeding generations of actors as did Brando. More than 50 years after he first scorched the screen as Stanley Kowalski in the movie version of Tennessee Williams’ A Streetcar Named Desire (1951) and a quarter-century after his last great performance as Col. Kurtz in Francis Ford Coppola’s Apocalypse Now (1979), all American actors are still being measured by the yardstick that was Brando. Brando eclipsed the reputation of other great actors circa 1950, such as Paul Muni and Fredric March. Only the luster of Spencer Tracy’s reputation hasn’t dimmed when seen in the starlight thrown off by Brando. However, neither Tracy nor Olivier created an entire school of acting just by the force of his personality. Brando did.
Hey and y'all still up for our Fredric March appreciation day on Friday? :)
Directed by Martin Ritt. With Paul Newman, Fredric March, Richard Boone, Diane Cilento. John Russell, disdained by his "respectable" fellow stagecoach passengers because he was raised by Indians, becomes their only hope for survival when they are set upon by outlaws.
Good morning -- it's Wednesday August 8, 2012. In Tanzania it's Farmers' Day. And here in the US, it's "Sneak Some Zucchini onto Your Neighbors' Porch Night." And, of course, they'll love you for it. It's the 50th anniversary of the premiere of "Sabado Gigante," originally on Chilean TV when it began in 1962. The variety show now reaches 100 million viewers in 20 countries. Don Francisco has been the host since the beginning. Birth anniversaries: Matthew Henson (1866,) Fredric March (1897,) Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings (1896,) Emiliano Zapata (1879.) Birthdays: Keith Carradine, The Edge, Roger Federer, Dustin Hoffman, Drew Lachey, Deborah Norville, Connie Stevens, Mel Tillis, Esther Williams.
The camera obviously loved Kim Novak; What a gorgeous; classy leading lady she was in the 1950s and early 60s. Check out MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT if you havent seen it; she gives one of her best and most appealing performances; and her co star is the great Fredric March! Nuff said!
TJ'ers : Play going: In 1960 my father took us on a trip to New York City. We stopped 1st in Kennett Square, PA for 1 night. We had time to see a movie in Wilmington, DE. It was Inherit the Wind with Spencer Tracy and Fredric March, a memorable film directed by Stanley Kramer about the Scopes trial and in a 1930's theater. IN NYC we saw Becket with Sir Lawrence Olivier and Anthony Quinn. I got my 1st and only Playbill! The very handsome Olivier as Henry II was the star of the play. Quinn as Becket seemed 1 dimensional. The play was ambiguous because it was not clear who had the moral rights. the play lasted 193 performances in 2 years and moved from the St. James to another theater. Was it a success? -- The Mousetrap at TJ, the senior play. I have no memories of it whatsoever, and that's a shame because so many well known classmates participated in it as is clearly evident from the program picture on the website. Oh well, c'est la vie.
A Christmas Carol: Fredric March, Basil Rathbone. Sure to hit home every time is Charles Dickens' beloved Christ...
is about to watch Design for Living with Gary Cooper, Fredric March and Miriam Hopkins. Jealous? No, you're probably not.
I believe Johny Depp has made his entire career from Fredric March's character portrayal of Samuel Langhorne Clemens in The Adventures of Mark Twain!
Tonight Is Ours (1933) Clip 1: via staring Claudette Colbert and Fredric March, in story by Noel Coward.
Design for Living us such a fantastic gem of a film. Love, love, love Fredric March and Gary Cooper. Go buy it.
Inherit the Wind (DVD): Two-time Best Actor OscarÂ(r) winners* Spencer Tracy and Fredric March go toe-to-toe in ...
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