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 my good friend James Gillham.
Together we’ll be reviewing:
LAST TANGO IN PARIS [X] 2hrs 9min Starring Marlon Brando, Maria Schneider; Directed by Bernardo Bertolucci – A middle aged American widower starts an intense love affair with a young woman in paris.
TOM SAWYER [G] 1hr 38min Starring Johnny Whitaker, Jodie Foster, Warren Oates; Directed by Don Taylor – Musical adaptation of Mark Twain’s beloved novel.
WHITE SISTER (aka THE SIN) [R] 1hr 32min Starring Sofia Loren, Adriano Celentano; Directed by Alberto Lattuada – The story about a relationship between a beautiful nun and a communist patient at the hospital she works at.
THE VAULT OF HORROR [R] 1hr 26min Starring Terry-Thomas, Tom Baker, Curt Jurgens, Denholm Elliott; Directed by Roy Ward Baker – An anthology horror film that has 5 men stuck in a room discuss their greatest fears.
MONEY, MONEY, MONEY [PG] 1 hr 56min Directed by Claude Lelouch – French comedy about a group of bumbling crooks who decided to turn to kidnapping political figures.
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