Films I Watched in 2019 Part Four: 1953-1973

From Here to Eternity (1953), Fred Zinnemann, Columbia

The Hitch-Hiker (1953), Ida Lupino, RKO

Suddenly (1954), Lewis Allen, United Artists

The Mad Masters (1955), Jean Rouch

The Killing (1956), Stanley Kubrick, United Artists

Pal Joey (1957), George Sidney, Columbia

Moi, Un Noir (1958) Jean Rouch, Films de La Pleiade

The Great St. Louis Bank Robbery (1959), Charles Guggenheim, United Artists

Intimidation (1960), Koreyoshi Kurahara, Nikkatsu

A Taste of Honey (1961), Tony Richardson, British Lion

The Notorious Landlady (1962), Richard Quine, Columbia

The Great Escape (1963), John Sturges, United Artists

The Pink Panther (1963), Blake Edwards, United Artists

A Shot in the Dark (1964), Blake Edwards, United Artists

Chained Girls (1965), Joseph P. Mawra

Django (1966), Sergio Corbucci, B.R.C. Produzione Tecisa

Torn Curtain (1966), Alfred Hitchcock, Universal

The Dirty Dozen (1967), Robert Aldrich, MGM

The Thomas Crown Affair (1968), Norman Jewison, United Artists

The Italian Job (1969), Peter Collinson, Oakhurst

Cold Sweat (1970), Terrence Young, Emerson

The Devils (1971), Ken Russell, Warner Bros.

The Iguana with the Tongue of Fire (1971), Riccardo Freda, Euro International

The Strange Vice of Mrs. Wardh (1971), Sergio Martino, Interfilm

Smile Before Death (1972), Silvio Amadio

Sounder (1972), Martin Ritt, 20th Century Fox

Tomb of the Blind Dead (1972), Amando de Ossorio, Hispamex

Trouble Man (1972), Ivan Dixon, 20th Century Fox

Belladonna of Sadness (1973), Eiichi Yamamoto, Mushi

Cleopatra Jones (1973), Jack Starrett, Warner Bros.

Day For Night (1973), Francois Truffaut, Warner Bros.

Mean Streets (1973), Martin Scorsese, Warner Bros.

The Spook Who Sat By The Door (1973), Ivan Dixon, United Artists

The Three Musketeers (1973), Richard Lester, 20th Century Fox

What Have You Done to Solange? (1973), Massimo Dallamano, Italian International


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