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  1. Book Review: "Preston Sturges's Vision of America"Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 4 | Examiner.com

    Author Jay Rozgonyi offers critical analyses of fourteen Preston Sturges films, including "The Power and the Glory" , "Diamond Jim" , "Easy Living" , "Remember the Night" , "The Great McGinty" , "Christmas in July' , "The Lady Eve" , "Sullivan's Travels" , "The Palm Beach Story" , "The Great Moment" , "The Miracle of Morgan's Creek" , "Hail The Conquering Hero" , "The Sin of Harold Diddlebock" , and "The Beautiful Blonde From Bashful Bend" . With these movies, the author examines the various concepts Sturges offers, usually through humor, in his presentations of different visions of America.

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  2. Classic Hollywood Throwback Thursday Featuring Henry FondaRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 23, 2014 | Socialite Life

    ... school class room. Before joining the navy to fight in WWII, Henry made one of my favorite of his movie, 1941's The Lady Eve . While I love serious Henry, comedy Henry is pretty much perfection (see Yours, Mine and Ours and Sex and the Single Girl ...

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  3. Film Friday: Preston Sturges' 'The Palm Beach Story'...Read the original story

    Aug 29, 2014 | TheCelebrityCafe

    ... on his resume, Sturges would go on to create a series of successful comedies, a streak rarely equaled. While The Lady Eve and Sullivan's Travels (remarkably, both released within 1941) are recognized as his best works, I have a soft spot for 1942's ...

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  4. Tonight it's "Christmas in July"Read the original story

    Aug 25, 2014 | Power Line

    ... his admirers came to call "the Sturges touch." He is best known for The Great McGinty , The Palm Beach Story , The Lady Eve and Sullivan's Travels , masterpieces all, the last of which received the homage of the Coen brothers in the title of their ...

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  5. Movies This Week: August 1-7, 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 1, 2014 | Slackerwood

    ... over the Essential Cinema series for August ( Elizabeth's preview ), kicking off with a 35mm screening of The Lady Eve on Thursday night. Henry Fonda and Charles Coburn also star in this 1941 classic by Preston Sturges. The Paramount Summer Classic ...

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  6. Subverting the CodeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 30, 2014 | The Austin Chronicle

    ... But the most delicious pies to the eye of the Code can be found in the series' screwball-comedy bookends, The Lady Eve and Ball of Fire . They're both about a street-tough dame who wins over an egghead one she nicknames Hopsy, the other Pottsy but ...

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  7. AFS Essential Cinema: Stanwyck in Her PrimeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 30, 2014 | Slackerwood

    ... all time and the selection of films here is designed to show off her comic gifts ( Ball of Fire and especially The Lady Eve ), her ability to bring real feeling to dramatic roles ( Internes Can't Take Money ) -- and, for kicks, we are showing a film ...

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  8. A swellegantly tall orderRead the original story

    Feb 21, 2014 | Financial Times

    ... "Can you get white avalanche roses, 90cm? Might they have some that are 1m 20?" I am thinking of the roses in The Lady Eve with Barbara Stanwyck that are so tall they have to be plonked in an umbrella stand. "Ninety centimetres then," I say, "90 is ...

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  9. Barbara Stanwyck: The Real Best Actress of 1941Read the original story w/Photo

    May 28, 2014 | Filmexperience.blogspot.com

    ... to Henry Fonda's smitten ale-heir-turned-Ophiologist Charles Pike in Preston Sturges' 1941 screwball classic, The Lady Eve . The question is asked as the contents of her wardrobe are on display (and the sultry delivery let's us know that Jean is ...

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  10. Greater Morristown weekend preview: Stuff to do with MomRead the original story w/Photo

    May 8, 2014 | Morristown Green

    ... week, a trio of con artists target the heir of a brewery for his money - and then one of them falls in love. The Lady Eve refreshments will be served. This program is supported through funding from the Friends of the Morristown & Morris Township ...

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