Re: [a_film_by] Re: Posthumous-period Preminger?
- In a message dated 6/15/03 9:02:06 PM, monterone@... writes:
>few years ago the Museum of Television and Radio screened a kinescope ofstarring
>a live TV show he directed in the early '50s: a trio of playlets by Noel
>(BUNNY LAKE IS MISSING) Coward, called I think "Tonight at 8:30," all
>Ginger Rogers in a stylistic tour de force (one play features her in aI hadn't a clue about the existence of these - thanks for the information.
>comic music hall performance, another is the source of BRIEF ENCOUNTER).
The only other "unknown" Preminger (though it isn't really; I just mean that I
don't believe too many have seen it in the States) that I can think of is the
German version of "The Moon Is Blue," with a completely different cast. I saw
some clips in the documentary "Preminger: Anatomy of a Filmmaker." The
American and German versions were shot simultaneously, so I would imagine that they
are virtual replicas of themselves apart from the actors and, obviously,