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Lost Horizon Nearly bankrupting Columbia Pictures, Lost Horizon (1937) is still considered by some to be the most expensive movie ever made in Hollywood. In fact, it took 5 years to recoup the film’s production cost which is practically unheard of in...
Nearly bankrupting Columbia Pictures, Lost Horizon (1937) is still considered by some to be the most expensive movie ever made in Hollywood. In fact, it took 5 years to recoup the film’s production cost which is practically unheard of in the film bus...
Come, Come, Come Upwards / 아제 아제 바라 아제 / Aje Aje Bara Aje When you watch a lot of movies you often come across articles and reviews that talk about how Buddhism inspired this film or that. How an actor or actress had “zen" like patience during the f...
Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s Suzie Wong and Holly Golightly are names that resonate strongly in Hollywood History as both stylish and iconic female protagonists. Comparing them might seem strange but there are, in fact, several threads...
Film Poster for To Whom It May Concern Ka Shen’s Journey The FOURTH film in our Series titled: Chasing the Ghost of Suzie Wong Within just two years Nancy Kwan had become the world’s most recognizable Chinese film star. Some have argued that she ...