Strange Lady in Town
There's a new doctor in old Santa Fe, and it's Greer Garson. Director Mervyn LeRoy's 1955 western also stars Dana Andrews, Cameron Mitchell, Lois Smith, Walter Hampden, Pedro Gonzales-Gonzales, Earl Holliman, Adele Jergens, Robert Wilke, Frank DeKova, Nick Adams, Douglas Kennedy, Ralph Moody and Louise Lorimer.
- Stars:Greer Garson, Dana Andrews, Cameron Mitchell, Lois Smith, Walter Hampden, Pedro Gonzalez Gonzalez, Joan Camden, Anthony Numkena, José Torvay, Adele Jergens, Robert J. Wilke, Frank DeKova, Russell Johnson, Gregory Walcott, Douglas Kennedy,
- Director:Mervyn LeRoy,
- Writer:Frank Butler
There's a new doctor in old Santa Fe, and it's Greer Garson. Director Mervyn LeRoy's 1955 western also stars Dana Andrews, Cameron Mitchell, Lois Smith, Walter Hampden, Pedro Gonzales-Gonzales, Earl Holliman, Adele Jergens, Robert Wilke, Frank DeKova, Nick Adams, Douglas Kennedy, Ralph Moody and Louise Lorimer. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Strange Lady in Town torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: Fab film, and the one that made me love Adrian Pasdar.
(it) wrote: A quirky, unique films with lots of laughs and awkward moments. There's not really another movie you can compare it to because of its originality and similarities to the book.
(es) wrote: It's a movie about dog sh*t. I gave it .5 star for content. I threw in another .5 star for good measure since I couldn't fathom wasting even a few minutes more past the first 10 minutes.
(nl) wrote: My least favourite Woody Allen, and yet there's still enough in it to not regret the experience. Not enough to recommend of course!
(jp) wrote: A homeless pregnant woman is mistaken for the wife on a wealthy man who died in a car crash and is brought to the wealthy mansion of her new family. The script is dull and constantly stretches the grouds for believability. What should have been a Ricki Lake vehicle was obviously a disaster, and it's up to the supporting cast to bring the quality of the performances up a little.
(br) wrote: What an amazing movie! Every kind of emotion you can think of you will experience!
(au) wrote: Fairly interesting with lots of dialog that stays very interesting. It taught me a lot more about previously confused perceptions about insider trading at the stock market. Gripping at times and well acted by the even then seasoned cast.
(ca) wrote: It was ok but didn't show much coverage of the revenge scene where she burned her husband with gasoline. Not the way i exspected to be and apart from that it slowly told which lacks special attention.
(nl) wrote: A boring and lame musical
(kr) wrote: a good oldie. i've watched this one dozens of times since i was a kid.
(ag) wrote: Frankly my dear, I don't give a damn! Well of course I give a damn or I wouldn't have watched the three and a half hour epic.Romantic epic from 1939 shot in technicolor.The film is set in Georgia, US in the 1860's during the outbreak of the American Civil War and primarily focuses on the O'Hara family, an Irish-American family who grow cotton for a living.One daughter, Scarlett (Vivien Leigh) seems to have a succession of sham relationships and marriages and constantly whines throughout the film about her undying love for various characters (some married).The film seems to be focused more on the Civil War element in the first half and more character driven in the second act, and some would argue more boring.A character called Rhett Butler (Clark Gable) makes fleeting appearances in the first half before having a more central role in the second. He reminded me of a suave 1970s era James Bond played by Roger Moore.His up and down relationship with Scarlett eventually leads to marriage and a daughter. Her death and near divorce.The film has been gloriously restored over the years as befits the most successful film in cinematic history in terms of box office when adjusted for inflation. It is presented in its original 'Academy ratio' that is more square than widescreen and leaves black bars on the left and right of the TV screen rather than top and bottom.The film has caused a racial storm somewhat over the years amongst some reviewers with its depiction of black Americans in roles as slaves to the white central characters.The O'Hara household 'slave' Mammy (Hattie McDaniel) actually won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. Perhaps the release of the 2013 film, 12 Years A Slave has been a better representation of slavery in the period.As of other 'epics' the long running time requires more than one toilet break. Perhaps editing of the second half of the film could have shortened the run time somewhat.The film holds its own as one of the greatest films ever released.