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Films from 1952 & 1953.
“Il re si diverte,"1941, by Mario Bonnard can be seen complete without English subtitles on YouTube.
A very well-received opera film at the time it was released, Carmine Gallone’s “La signora dalle camelie” is virtually impossible to see today.
The 1952 documentary film “Navajo” can be seen complete on YouTube.
A short clip from this film can be seen on YouTube and featuring the great Maria Cebotari.
These two Italian films from 1950 and 1952 can be seen complete on YouTube with no subtitles.
This “Lucia” film is viewable complete on YouTube.
Viewable complete on YouTube.
Original title in Italy was “Maria Malibran.” It opened there in 1943.
This was a music sheet of songs from the film.
The Apple Cinemas (former Showcase Warwick Mall) re-opened on March 3, 2022.
This was the start of a review by Wanda Hale. The film itself, also known as “The Outcast” can be seen, subtitled, on YouTube.
Also called “A Well for the Thirsty.” This is a film well-worth looking for (try rarefilmsandmore.com). It is also on YouTube, complete, but WITHOUT subtitles.
This was about the Nazi occupation of a village in Ukraine. Original title: “Raduga.” In can be seen on YouTube in Russian with no subtitles.
This film, originally titled “Raduga,” can be seen complete on YouTube in Russian with no English subtitles.
Like Gloria Swanson at the Roxy in 1960 during demolition.
This was an English-dubbed version of the 1951 Italian film “Gli uomini non guardano il cielo.” It can be seen complete on YouTube in Italian without English subtitles.
Looks like 1971.
The film itself, of course, is easily available on video formats.
It should be noted that the events of the Odessa steps were invented by Eisenstein for the film and had not actually occurred historically.
“THE PICTURE THAT TELLS WHY HITLER WILL NEVER GET THE UKRAINE.”
“The Empty Canvas” was a 1963 Italian film by Damiano Damiani that starred Bette Davis and Catherine Spaak.
The movie can be seen complete on YouTube.