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Valley Of The Kings (1954) - In Tune With The Past Wardrobe for Eleanor Parker (as "Ann") almost as fancy as the locations, with husband Philip (Carlos Thompson) and explorer Mark (Robert Taylor), meeting a priest (Aldo Silvani), as she strives to complete her archaeologist father's mission, in MGM's Valley Of The Kings, 1954.
For The First Time (1959) - Come Prima Meaning to be incognito on the Isle Of Capri (on the genuine location), free-spirit opera singer Tony (Mario Lanza) is mobbed by fans (the blonde is the German model Nico, later of The Velvet Underground), offering a translated Italian pop hit, and intrigued by the unmoved Johanna von Koczian, in For The First Time, 1959.
For The First Time (1959) - La Donna È Mobile Rudolph Matè directing at the Rome Opera House, Kurt Krasznar the bothered manager, Zsa Zsa Gabor regal in the audience, and Mario Lanza introduced, in his last movie, as singer Tonino, offering the Verdi aria from Rigoletto for fans who couldn’t afford seats, in For The First Time, 1959.
Reflections In A Golden Eye (1967) - Somebody Stole That Spoon In director John Huston's chosen tint, we meet Alison (Julie Harris), whom we know to be neurotic, with Maj. Penderton (Marlon Brando), their cheating spouses Leonora (Elizabeth Taylor) and Morris (Brian Keith) at play, in Reflections In A Golden Eye, 1967, from Carson McCullers' novel.
Reflections In A Golden Eye (1967) - There Is A Fort In The South Quoting from the novelist and establishing the extraordinary visual treatment, the introduction of Williams (Robert Forster) and Major Penderton (Marlon Brando), in one of director John Huston's personal favorites, Reflections In A Golden Eye, 1967, also starring Elizabeth Taylor.
Reflections In A Golden Eye (1967) - Firebird Is A Stallion Leonora (Elizabeth Taylor) home from a ride, really a tryst, finds Williams (Robert Forster) doing yard work, and upsetting her arriving husband Major Penderton (Marlon Brando), their tension clear in their first scene together, in John Huston's sepia-toned Reflections In A Golden Eye, 1967.
Castle Of The Living Dead, The - Behind The Monsters Actors Bruno (Jacques Stany), Laura (Gaia Germani), short Nick (Antonio De Martino) and new recruit Eric (Philippe Leroy) find a weird bird and weirder old lady (Donald Sutherland, his second cameo) en route to an iffy gig, in the Italian-French co-production Castle Of The Living Dead, 1964.
India: Matri Bhumi - This Spirit Of Tolerance Narration by Italian actor Vincenzo Talarico, the opening of Ricardo Rossellini's documentary India: Matri Bhumi (Or India: The Motherland), 1959, commissioned by Prime Minister Nehru to mark the 10th anniversary of independence.
India: Matri Bhumi - So At One With Nature Director Roberto Rossellini, writing with long-time collaborator Sergio Amidei, describes the role of elephants in India's heartland, setting up the first of four pastoral vignettes, in the documentary India: Matri Bhumi (a.k.a. India: The Motherland), 1959.
India: Matri Bhumi - When A Man Dies Resuming the narration by Italian actor Vincenzo Talarico, music by the director's brother Renzo, Roberto Rossellini begins his segment on the river Ganges, in the documentary India: Matri Bhumi (a.k.a. India: The Motherland), 1959.
Nights Of Cabiria - She Lives The Life Second part of director Federico Fellini's opening, bystanders pull Giulietta Masina (Fellini's wife, title character) from the river she's been pushed into by a boyfriend who snatched her purse, from Nights Of Cabiria, 1957.
Nights Of Cabiria - Best Dancer In Rome Starting over as a streetwalker, Giulietta Masina (title character) on a Roman evening with various associates including friend Wanda (Franca Marzi), in Nights Of Cabiria, 1957, directed by Masina's husband Federico Fellini.

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