1975 · Seattle
by Jameson, Richard T., ed.
Seattle: The Seattle Film Society. Good. 1975. (No. 40). Stapled wraps. [staining/discoloration on rear cover and along spine]. (B&W photographs) Features include three articles analyzing various Howard Hawks films: Peter Hogue, on "the dark comedy of ONLY ANGELS HAVE WINGS"; "Demonology," by Kevin Cooney, about SCARFACE and HIS GIRL FRIDAY; and an article by Richard T. Jameson, "People Who Need People: Collaboration as a way of life in TO HAVE AND HAVE NOT." Also: Part 1 of an long analysis of Ingmar Bergman's SCENES FROM A MARRIAGE, by Birgitta Steene; "Morricone Encomium," an article by Robert C. Cumbow about Ennio Morricone's film scores for Sergio Leone's westerns; an index to issues 29-38; reviews of LOVE AMONG THE RUINS (George Cukor); THE FOUR MUSKETEERS (Richard Lester); THE YAKUZA (Sydney Pollack); LOVE AND ANARCHY (Lina Wertmuller); other films. . (Inventory #: 25360)