1970 · New York
by Hart, Henry, ed.
New York: National Board of Review of Motion Pictures. Very Good+. 1970. (Vol. XXI, No. 8). Periodical. NOISBN . [some scuffing along left edge of front cover, no other significant wear]. (B&W photographs) In this issue: career articles on Yul Brynner and Lilian Harvey; "Film History for Exhibitors," a kind of summary of fifty years' worth of headlines from the trade publication Boxoffice; a discussion (in the "Films on TV" column) of the career of playwright-screenwriter Barre Lyndon; a long letter about the career of recently-deceased cinematographer Arthur C. Miller; a "Films on 8 and 16" column by Samuel A. Peeples, commenting somewhat bitterly on the recent abandonment of the long-gestating Hollywood Museum project, and on Hollywood's larger failure to honor its history. The new films reviewed include TORA! TORA! TORA! and DIARY OF A MAD HOUSEWIFE. . (Inventory #: 10900)