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Saturday Night Cinema: A Streetcar Named Desire

Tonight’s Saturday Night Cinema classic is the timeless masterpiece from Geller’s favorite directer Elia Kazan, A Streetcar Named Desire. It’s Brando at his most intense and brilliant and Vivian Leigh,who “tipped her into madness”, gave the best performance of her life earning her a second Academy Award for Best Actress.

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Saturday Night Cinema: Desiree

Here is something you don’t see every day, Marlon Brando as Napoleon Bonaparte. Tonight’s Saturday Night Cinema feature is Desiree, starring the intense Brando and the luminescent Jean Simmons, and Merle Oberon, who is a bit too long in the tooth to be playing Josephine.

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Saturday Night Cinema: Schindler’s List

Tonight’s Saturday night cinema classic is in honor of International Holocaust Remembrance day, Schindler’s List. I tried to find it online for free, but alas. It was not to be. So pay the $2.99. NY Times: Review/Film: Schindler’s List; Imagining the Holocaust to Remember It By JANET MASLIN Published: December 15, 1993 There is a…

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