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Golden Earrings(1947)

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  • Golden Earrings

    • Lou Hodgeman
    • 10/1/13

    I am a big fan of Marlene Diechtrick. The lady reminds me of my late mother. She was always wearing slacks and smoking a cigarrette and having a drink of some sort. She had a scatchy type voice but couldn't sing like Marlene. My mother loved to wear dark clothes because it made her look sharp with her pale complection. I didn't meet my mother untill I was 17, but what a shock it was. I saw her and thought she was Marlene. She passed away at 66 years of age and said she never regretted her life. She died of infasema. (not spelled good) I miss her boldness she had also like Marlene. She loved the movie "Golden Earrings." We saw it together one night and I fell in love with Marlene. I would love to purchase the movie if it possible. There are many movies I have watched over and over many times and this would be one of them if I had a copy of it. If someone could direct me to a person who has a copy of this movie for sale, I'd appreciate your help in getting it. I am looking for several other movies to buy also; such as; Cobra Woman with Maria Montez and Jon Hall; The Last Wagon with Richard Widmark; Laura with Dana Andrews and the lovely Gene Tierney; plus a flick with Bogart called The Desparate Hours. I am interested in many of the western movies by Audie Murphy. His movies were easy and comfortable to watch. He was a legend in his time. I have many films with the legendary John Wayne and Randolph Scott. I am a big fan of Cagney, Robinson, Bogart, Glenn Ford and Erroll Flynn. I have a film library of over 500 movies of mostly black and white films. I have many of Karloff, Lagosi, Chaney Jr and of course one of my favorites, Lionel Atwill. I heard he had a bad ending in life from the voice of Robert Osbourne. I know this was supposed to be a review on Golden earrings, but I get carried away when I start to talk about movies. I spent most of my young life from 1946 to 1950, also '53 to 1961 before I married. Hope you enjoyed this...

  • Golden Earrings (1947)

    • Mr.Blandings
    • 10/26/11

    Kind of an odd film but the honest performances of its stars make it work. The ending is genuinely touching.

  • Golden Earrings is a Gem!

    • Chris B.
    • 6/3/11

    Marlene Dietrich and Ray Milland are a perfect match for each other in this not often seen film. I cannot fathom why it isn't shown more often than it has been. Dietrich makes a thoroughly convincing gypsy which is in great contrast to Milland's stiff upper lip English Colonel during World War II. There are also delightful moments of comedy in this film that both Dietrich and Milland are very good at. Colonel Deniston (Milland) makes a splendidly handsome gypsy with the help of Lydia (Dietrich). He is believable in the role as is his co-star. The plot suffers a bit due to a light touch by director Mitchell Leisen but it is straightforward. I recommend this film highly because of its stars and can only hope it gets more air time in the future. The DVD is available as a stand alone or in a collection.

  • GREAT BLACK COMEDY

    • JACK BRAMI
    • 5/5/09

    MILLAND AND DIETRICH,MESH WELL TOGETHER,THERE WILL NEVER BE A ANOTHER ''LILI MARLENE''.

  • love this

    • Marilyn
    • 7/27/08

    movie. Dietrich and Milland were great together. Sure, is the plot feasible, you ask? Most likely not, but that doesn't take away from how good this movie is. It is wonderful. Watch it.

  • excellent movie

    • Alejandra
    • 1/31/08

    Loved Dietrich's work! What an incredible actress!!!... She was impecable. It is a jewel.

  • Great Picture

    • Pat
    • 1/11/08

    Wonderful Picture, that tells a good story. It has a bit of humor as well as an adventure side to it. It is my all time favorite and always looked forward to seeing it

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