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 one of my best friends, Dan Midthun.
Together, we’ll be reviewing:
SCORPIO [PG] 1hr 54 min. Starring Burt Lancaster, Alain Delon; Directed by Michael Winner – An espionage thriller starring Burt Lancaster.
BOOK OF NUMBERS [R] 1hr 21min. Directed by Raymond St. Jacques – A period Blaxploitation gangster flick.
CLASS OF ’44 [PG] 1hr 34min Directed by Paul Bogart – Sequel to the critically acclaimed film, Summer of ’42.
THE MAD BOMBER [R] 1hr 30min. Starring Chuck Conners; Directed by Bert I. Gordon – Exploitation thriller about a crazy dude blowing up buildings.
CHARLEY AND THE ANGEL [G] 1hr 33min. Starring Fred MacMurray, Cloris Leachman, Harry Morgan, Kurt Russell; Directed by Vincent McEveety – Live action Disney movie that about a man who neglects his family that is visited by an angel, who inspires him to change the way he lives his life.
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