Tag Archives: 1947

Odd Man Out, A Film With James Mason Revolving Around The Troubles In Northern Ireland

4082_odd_man_out_1947movie_.jpgLast night I watched this film. Directed by an immensely talented man named Carol Reed, it was released the year my parents were born, 1947.



Crossfire! With three actors named Robert — Robert Young, Robert Mitchum, Robert Ryan.


Just finished watching Crossfire, a film made in 1947, the year my parents were born. It’s a good film, with shockingly modern themes. I have many thoughts on it, which I will have to write about later, besides what I have already tweeted on the Twitter. These topics go well beyond the film itself, to subjects such as McCarthyism and the Red Scare, liberalism in Hollywood, etc.