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Ann Rutherford Tuesday 7th June 2011 The Debbie Reynolds Hollywood Memorabilia Collection Auction Preview at Paley Center - Arrivals Los Angeles, California

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Anne Jeffreys and Ann Rutherford - Anne Jeffreys and Ann Rutherford Santa Monica, California - The Share Boomtown Gala 2010 held at Santa Monica Civic Auditorium Saturday 5th June 2010

Anne Jeffreys and Ann Rutherford
Anne Jeffreys
Anne Jeffreys and Ann Rutherford

Ann Rutherford and Anne Jeffreys - Ann Rutherford and Anne Jeffreys Los Angeles, California - TCM Classic Film Festival opening night - 'A Star Is Born' premiere held at the Mann's Chinese Theater - Arrivals Thursday 22nd April 2010

Ann Rutherford and Anne Jeffreys
Ann Rutherford and Anne Jeffreys
Ann Rutherford and Anne Jeffreys

Ann Rutherford and Legally Blonde Friday 14th August 2009 The opening night of 'Legally Blonde' the musical at the Pantages Theater in Hollywood - Arrivals Los Angeles, California

Ann Rutherford and Legally Blonde
Ann Rutherford and Legally Blonde

Ann Rutherford and Betty White - Ann Rutherford & Anne Jeffreys North Hollywood, California - arriving at the ATAS Honors Betty White Celebrating 60 Years on Television at the Television Academy Thursday 7th August 2008

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Ann Rutherford and Betty White

The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty Review


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James Thurber hated this adaptation of his short story, and I'm no huge fan of it, either. Danny Kaye is frenetically interested as Walter Mitty, a man so bored with his job and his life that he daydreams himself into fantastic situations (thug, gambler, wild west outlaw, and so on), with hilarious results. Well, not that hilarious... the film is repetitious to a fault, with Kaye alternately convincing himself he's dreaming his situations and sure they're all legit. It all gets old after half an hour, and you've got 80 minutes to go.

Gone With The Wind Review


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One of the classic films that defined American cinema, Gone With the Wind is a rare example of a collaboration involving hundreds of talents and egos that turned out great. Dozens of uncredited screenwriters (including F. Scott Fitzgerald, briefly) and hundreds of actors were marshaled by David O. Selznick for this effort. The resulting four-hour epic is, inflation-adjusted, still the highest-grossing movie of all time -- and it deserves to be. For millions of people, Gone With the Wind has helped to define the myth and reality of America's most tragic (and much-misunderstood) period of history, the Civil War and Reconstruction.

Margaret Mitchell's bestselling novel was the most successful period romance novel of all time, a combination of historical detail and soap that drew from family recollections of the war and its aftermath. The novel's popularity allowed the filmmakers to be confident of success, but still, Selznick spent more time and money, and took more risks, than could have been expected. The requisite attention was paid to costumes and sets, of course. More important, the film's visual effects -- especially the burning of Atlanta and the smoking ruins of the Georgia plantations after Sherman's pillage -- are the most effective and memorable that had been attempted at that time.

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