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Ryan's Daughter (1970): Articles


Robert Mitchum Movies: 'The Yakuza' Surprising Casting, 'Ryan's Daughter' Cast Against Type

Robert Mitchum ca. late 1940s. Robert Mitchum movies 'The Yakuza,' 'Ryan's Daughter' on TCM Today, Aug. 12, '15, Turner Classic Movies' “Summer Under the Stars” series is highlighting the career of Robert Mitchum. Two of the films being shown this evening are The Yakuza and Ryan's Daughter. The former is […]


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Robert Mitchum Movies: 'The Yakuza' Surprising Casting, 'Ryan's Daughter' Cast Against Type



'Ryan's Daughter' Actor Christopher Jones Who Turned Down 'Pulp Fiction' Dead

'Ryan's Daughter' actor Christopher Jones dead at 72: Quit acting following nervous breakdown after Sharon Tate murder, in later years turned down Quentin Tarantino movie offer Christopher Jones, who had a key role in David Lean's 1970 romantic epic Ryan's Daughter, died of complications from gallbladder cancer last Friday, January […]


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'Ryan's Daughter' Actor Christopher Jones Who Turned Down 'Pulp Fiction' Dead



John Mills Movies: 'Ryan's Daughter' Oscar Winner

John Mills. Unfortunately, nine of the ten John Mills films to be shown on Turner Classic Movies as part of their month-long “Summer Under the Stars” series on Sunday, Aug. 22, '10, are reruns. The one exception is I Was Monty's Double, a 1958 John Guillermin-directed World War II drama. […]


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John Mills Movies: 'Ryan's Daughter' Oscar Winner



Maurice Jarre: 'Lawrence of Arabia' & 'Doctor Zhivago' Composer Has Died

Maurice Jarre, best known for his Oscar-winning association with David Lean in films such as Lawrence of Arabia (1962), Doctor Zhivago (1965) and A Passage to India (1984), died in his sleep on March 28 at his home in Malibu after a brief illness. Some reports claimed that Jarre had […]


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Maurice Jarre: 'Lawrence of Arabia' & 'Doctor Zhivago' Composer Has Died



Matte Painting Techniques + Robert Mitchum Interviews Dissing Steve McQueen & Robert Wise

Matte painting in Forbidden Planet. A Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer release, Fred M. Wilcox's 1956 science-fiction classic Forbidden Planet was seemingly inspired by William Shakespeare's The Tempest. Cyril Hume was credited for the screenplay, from a “story” by Irving Block and Allen Adler. In the cast: Walter Pidgeon as a version of Prospero, […]


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Matte Painting Techniques + Robert Mitchum Interviews Dissing Steve McQueen & Robert Wise