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100 Greatest Films

The Dalenberg Library’s 100 Film Favorites from the Lifetime List— By Dale D. Dalenberg MD   Is it the greatest film of all time? Or do we only think so because it is so obtuse that you have to watch it over and over again to figure out what it all means????   You...

Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans – 1927

Film #7 in the Sunday Film Series, an occasional series of important, forgotten, or neglected films. . . or maybe just films we want to talk about—   Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans   (USA, 1927)                   Janet Gaynor and George O’Brien in a publicity...

Monsier Hulot’s Holiday – France 1953

Sunday Film Series           #6:  Monsieur Hulot’s Holiday  (France, 1953)   By Dale D. Dalenberg MD       I have to confess—I didn’t immediately take to Hulot when I first discovered him over 30 years ago.  This was one of my beloved high school teacher Fred Hanley’s...

The Sunday Film Series, #4: State Fair (1945)

By Dale D. Dalenberg, M.D.January 24, 2015The third musical by Rodgers & Hammerstein, following “Oklahoma!” and “Carousel,” this is the only one written directly for the big screen.  The greatest team in Broadway musical history, even today, they wrote a...