Welcome to another episode of The Films of 1973, where I review every available film from 1973!
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For this episode I’m joined by Michael Freiert.
The films we’ll be reviewing are:
JORY [PG] 96min. Starring Robby Benson, John Marley, B.J. Thomas; Directed by Jorge Fons – Coming of age western adventure.
ALABAMA’S GHOST[PG] 92min. Directed by Fredric Hobbs – Bizarre movie about magic, pot, and vampires
BAXTER! [PG] 101min. Directed by Lionel Jeffries – Coming of age movie about a 12 year old with a speech impediment.
THE THIEF WHO CAME TO DINNER [PG] 100min. Starring Ryan O’Neal, Jacqueline Bisset, Warren Oates, Jill Clayburgh, Ned Beatty, Austin Pendleton; Directed by Bud Yorkin – A computer programmer decides to become a thief.
THE NAKED COUNTESS [R] 81min. Directed by Kurt Nachmann – Murder, intrigue, and kinky sex abound in this German film.
THE LONG GOODBYE [R] 112min. Starring Elliott Gould, Sterling Hayden, Henry Gibson, Mark Rydell, Nina Van Pallandt; Directed by Robert Altman – Gould plays private eye Phillip Marlowe in this quirky mystery.
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