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Agatha Christie’s The Secret Adversary (1983) – reviewed by George

The beginning: in sepia tones we see an up-close-and-personal version of the sinking of the Lusitania. Then cut to color and a very peaceful English park with a mother and child feeding ducks on one side of a pond,¬†and Tuppence … Continue reading

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A Study in Terror (1965) – reviewed by George

Despite the subject matter, this is a beautiful movie – the sets, the costumes, the color photography. The production design was by Vetchinsky, the set dresser was Helen Thomas, the costumes were by Motley, and the director of photography was … Continue reading

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