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Flesh and Fantasy(1943)

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  • dreamlike...

    • el debbo
    • 7/23/14

    The first and third stories can be viewed as opium dreams...bizzare yet beautiful. I loved the middle story, however, and the sharp, lush photography, the occult storyline. Edward G. Robinson was his usual stellar self; interesting that he was in several movies about psychic happenings... and Dame Mae Whitty was wonderful in this one, too. I loved the gorgeous sets. Posh life before the war brought more sorrow and devastation to the U.K. Beautiful rooms and costumes; intriguing mystery with EGR seeing it out to the bitter end. Ah yes. Enough said.

  • Don't Let The Title Fool You

    • Carl Wood
    • 2/10/09

    This is a very interesting, and at times, brilliant piece of cinematic treasure.The movie is divided into three different story lines - the second one fading into the third.The highlight is the middle story starring Edward G. Robinson and Thomas Mitchell. This one alone would have easily made a classic feature length film.I highly recommend this movie - especially to fans of more artsy films or occult genres.

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