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1938: The Year Before the Big One
List creator: 75to81
Created on: February 28, 2004 - 2:42 PM PST
Description: 1938 DVD Wish List: Bringing Up Baby, La BÍte humaine, Quai des brumes, Holiday, The Dawn Patrol, Three Comrades

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The Lady Vanishes (Criterion Collection) (1938)
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  Allegorical tale of "lady" England's disappearing act in the face of the obvious Nazi threat in the late 1930's.....best screenplay of the year and arguably Hitchcock's best British film
Childhood of Maxim Gorky (1938)
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  Humanistic Russian film detailing the "coming of age" of the great Russian writer Maxim Gorky. The viewer sees the world through young Gorky's eyes and comes away with a poignantly different take on the world. Highly recommended.
Edge of the World (1937)
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  1938 per IMDB. Michael Powell's first truly personal film. An island community's societal traditions are seriously challenged by modern society. A wonderfully cinematographic and almost entrancing film from one of the masters of British cinema.
Alexander Nevsky (Criterion Collection) (1938)
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  Sergei Eisenstein's most propagandist work featuring brilliant direction, cinematography, and (especially) Sergei Prokofiev 's wonderful score. Open minds will love this one.
Pygmalion (Criterion Collection) (1938)
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  George Bernard Shaw's witty screenplay ultimately makes the point that the difference between an upper-class and working-class Britain boils down to the ability to "speak correctly." Leslie Howard and Wendy Hiller give perfomances of a lifetime.
Jezebel (1938)
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  Bette Davis equals her performance in "The Little Foxes" in this Wyler classic.
Algiers (1938)
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  Charles Boyer in the (deservedly) Oscar-nominated role of Pepe Le Moko is trapped, literally and figuratively, in the Casbah. Hedy Lamarr shines in a supporting role and James Wong Howe turns in some of his best work creating the shadow-infused Casbah.

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