Film Starring

Some articles on film starring, film, starring:

Cultural Depictions Of The Salem Witch Trials - The Salem Witch Trials in Popular Culture and Media - Film
... Maid of Salem (1937) a film starring Claudette Colbert and Fred MacMurray, with Bonita Granville, Gale Sondergaard, Louise Dresser, Beulah Bondi, Virginia ... The Crucible (1957) a Franco-East German film, originally titled Les Sorcières de Salem, starring Simone Signoret and Yves Montand and directed by Raymond Rouleau ... Bell Book and Candle (1958) a film starring James Stewart and Kim Novak Novak plays a witch from old Salem who is still living in 1950s Greenwich Village ...
My Brother's Keeper (disambiguation) - Television, Film and Theatre
... My Brother's Keeper (1948 film), a British film starring Jack Warner My Brother's Keeper (1995 film), a TV film featuring Ellen Burstyn My Brother's Keeper (2002 film), a ...
Luther - Titled Works and Fictional Characters
... Luther (1928 film), a silent film starring Eugen Klöpfer Luther (1973 film), a film starring Stacy Keach Luther (2003 film), a film starring Joseph Fiennes Luther (play), a 1961 play by John Osborne Luther (TV ...
La Vie De Bohème - Works Involving The La Bohème Theme
1897 "La Vie Bohème", song La Bohème — a silent film starring Alice Brady directed by Albert Capellani, 1916 La Bohème — an MGM silent film starring Lillian Gish and John Gilbert, 1926 Mimi — British film ...
List Of Fictional Characters Named "The One"
... that created Primus and Unicron in Transformers In film "The One," an alternative name for Neo in The Matrix trilogy "The Chosen One," a mythical character in the Star Wars universe, revealed to be Anakin Skywalker ... and Moltres Cyrus of the Gramercy Riffs gang is referred to as "the one" in 1979 film The Warriors Yu-Law, the villain in The One, a 2001 film starring Jet Li Ash ...

Famous quotes containing the words starring and/or film:

    But while meditating
    What we can’t or can
    Let’s keep starring man
    In the royal role.
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)

    You should look straight at a film; that’s the only way to see one. Film is not the art of scholars but of illiterates.
    Werner Herzog (b. 1942)