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[1950] Es increíble como una historia tan sencilla puede terminar enganchando al espectador. El buen trabajo de Ann Sheridan y Dennis O'Keefe tiene que ver con ello. A mitad de la pelicula ya comenzamos a sospechar, por eso de forma acertada se revela la trama. La película comienza y termina con escenas 100% Noir. Un 8/10.

[1950] Es increíble como una historia tan sencilla puede terminar enganchando al espectador. El buen trabajo de Ann Sheridan y Dennis O'Keefe tiene que ver con ello. A mitad de la pelicula ya comenzamos a sospechar, por eso de forma acertada se revela la trama. La película comienza y termina con escenas 100% Noir. Un 8/10.

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Casablanca poster

Gone with the wind (1939). Join our community https://plus.google.com/communities/109740693570698356970

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Poster for Alfred Hitchock's 1941 film "Suspicion," starring Cary Grant and Joan Fontaine.

Poster for Alfred Hitchock's 1941 film "Suspicion," starring Cary Grant and Joan Fontaine.

La senda tenebrosa (1947)

La senda tenebrosa (1947)

1950 adventure film directed by Victor Saville and produced by Leon Gordon, based on the classic novel of the same name by Rudyard Kipling. The film starred Errol Flynn, Dean Stockwell, and Paul Lukas. The film was shot on location in Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh, India, as well as the Alabama Hills near Lone Pine, California, due to its resemblance to the Khyber Pass.

1950 adventure film directed by Victor Saville and produced by Leon Gordon, based on the classic novel of the same name by Rudyard Kipling. The film starred Errol Flynn, Dean Stockwell, and Paul Lukas. The film was shot on location in Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh, India, as well as the Alabama Hills near Lone Pine, California, due to its resemblance to the Khyber Pass.

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