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Sparking the trend was “The Ballad of High Noon,” an Oscar-winning song written by Dimitri Tiomkin and Ned Washington and sung by Tex Ritter (father of John Ritter). / Look at that big hand move along / Nearin’ high noon.Not only would it become a popular country music record, it also allowed the film to both introduce the stakes of its plot and reinforce the moral of its story: Do not forsake me O my darlin’ / On this our wedding day / Do not forsake me O my darlin’ / Wait, wait along. / If I’m a man I must be brave / And I must face that deadly killer / Or lie a coward, a craven coward / Or lie a coward in my grave. / He made a vow while in State’s Prison / Vow’d it would be my life or his and / I’m not afraid of death, but O, / What will I do if you leave me?If you won’t take it from me, take it from Billy Wilder: “When people try to belittle The Exorcist or Jaws, I just think these people are crazy. Spielberg knows exactly what he did, and he did it brilliantly.” And so, let’s all come to grips with a simple fact: Jaws is not only massive entertainment, it remains one of the best directed movies ever made. The title and title song of “High Noon” tell us everything we need to know about Fred Zinnemann’s western masterpiece.
While he ultimately agreed to stay, he showed up overweight without having read the film’s source novel, Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness (1899).Despite being preoccupied with a gambling addiction, Detroit genuinely loves his girlfriend, Adelaide (Vivian Blaine), and argues that women are a necessity.Masterson, on the other hand, contests that women “are something to have around only when they come in handy, like cough drops.” When Masterson finally asserts that “all dolls are the same” and easily wooable, Detroit pounces on the chance to win some much-needed dough to set up his latest crap shoot. I loved what they created, and I thought something would happen to me, too. Continue reading “The companionship of a doll is a pleasant thing, even for a period of time running into months. It reaches in and opens you wide, and you stay that way. I came to Paris to study and to paint because Utrillo did, and Lautrec did, and Roualt did. Standing in for Paul Heinreid’s Victor Lazlo in this case is Henri Baurel (Georges Guetary), who completes the love triangle of An American in Paris as both Jerry’s good friend and Lise’s fiance.