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1954 In Film - Notable Films Released in 1954
... unless stated 3 Ring Circus, starring Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, starring Kirk Douglas and James Mason A Aar Paar (This or That), directed by and starring Guru Dutt - (India ... Broken Lance, starring Spencer Tracy, Robert Wagner, Jean Peters, Richard Widmark, Katy Jurado C The Caine Mutiny, directed by Edward Dmytryk, starring Humphrey ... Tierney, Victor Mature, Bella Darvi, Edmund Purdom Eight O'Clock Walk, starring Richard Attenborough and Cathy O'Donnell Elephant Walk, starring Elizabeth Taylor ...
1953 In Film - Notable Films Released in 1953
... Pedro Armendáriz and Katy Jurado - (Mexico) C The Caddy, starring Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis Calamity Jane, starring Doris Day Call Me Madam, starring Ethel Merman The ... Island in the Sky, starring John Wayne It Came from Outer Space, directed by Jack Arnold, starring Richard Carlson Jennifer, starring Ida Lupino and Howard Duff Jeopardy, starring ... Dust which starred Gable with Jean Harlow) Money from Home, starring Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis Monsieur Hulot's Holiday (Les Vacances de Monsieur Hulot), directed by and starring Jacques Tati - (France) The Moon Is ...

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    The more the development of late capitalism renders obsolete or at least suspect the real possibilities of self, self- fulfillment and actualization, the more they are emphasized as if they could spring to life through an act of will alone.
    Richard Dean Rosen (b. 1949)

    Psychobabble is ... a set of repetitive verbal formalities that kills off the very spontaneity, candor, and understanding it pretends to promote. It’s an idiom that reduces psychological insight to a collection of standardized observations, that provides a frozen lexicon to deal with an infinite variety of problems.
    —Richard Dean Rosen (b. 1949)

    It’s apparent that we can’t proceed any further without a name for this institutionalized garrulousness, this psychological patter, this need to catalogue the ego’s condition. Let’s call it psychobabble, this spirit which now tyrannizes conversation in the seventies.
    —Richard Dean Rosen (b. 1949)

    Stay on the beach. The natives over there are cannibals. They eat liars with the same enthusiasm as they eat honest men.
    Earl Felton, and Richard Fleischer. Captain Nemo (James Mason)

    Confession, alas, is the new handshake.
    —Richard Dean Rosen (b. 1949)