Cinéma Cinémas - Sterling Hayden talks about the Blacklists, McCarthyism, guilt and betrayal. And working with Kubrick.
Sterling Hayden (born Sterling Relyea Walter; March 26, 1916 – May 23, 1986) was an American actor and author. For most of his career as a leading man, he specialized in westerns and film noir, such as Johnny Guitar, The Asphalt Jungle and The Killing. Later on he became noted as a character actor for such roles as Gen. Jack D. Ripper in Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964). He also played the Irish-American policeman, Captain McCluskey, in Francis Ford Coppola’s The Godfather in 1972, and the novelist Roger Wade in 1973’s The Long Goodbye.
Hadyen was a character, no doubt. His legacy is found in his books and in his movies, a testament to a fascinating man and an indispensable artist.
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Cinéma Cinémas - Edward Dmytryk, the father of film noir - 1985
One of the finest examples of film noir is Edward Dmytryk’s Crossfire (1947), a tense, talky thriller shot entirely at night and recognized as the first Hollywood film to deal with the subject of racial bigotry. Nominated for five Academy Awards including best picture and best director, Crossfire instantly transformed the former studio apprentice into an A-list Hollywood director, launching a career dizzying in its travails and triumphs.
By the time he left moviemaking in the 1970s to teach at the U.S.C. Film School, Dmytryk had directed 57 features, including such classics as The Caine Mutiny, The Young Lions and Raintree County, and worked with such legendary actors as Spencer Tracy, Clark Gable, and John Wayne. He had also, along with John Huston, Billy Wilder and a handful of other directors, created a genre which remains as culturally powerful today as when it emerged 50 years ago. (Edward Dmytryk, Odd Man Out)
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