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Dan talks about Brighton Rock for TCM’s Great Adaptations season

by LaurenNov 1, 2012

On Mondays and cialis canada Wednesdays during November, US Channel TCM will devote 24 hours of programming to films adapted from novels. With a career that owes a lot to literary adaptations, Dan was an obvious choice to talk about literary films that have had an impact on him. You can watch Dan talking about Brighton Rock here, and the trailer for the season here.

From TCM:

GREAT ADAPTATIONS: Novel to Film Mondays and Wednesdays in November.

Among the greatest satisfactions for movie fans is seeing a beloved novel successfully transferred to the discount propecia screen, or reading a book that provided the basis for a favorite film. With this blockbuster of lowest priced propecia a festival, Turner Classic Movies puts a spotlight on cinematic treatments of great novels in a wide array of genres, encompassing 92 movies and a huge number and variety of subjects.

On most Mondays and Wednesdays, 24-hour blocks of programming are devoted to single themes starting in primetime and continuing into the following day. An exception is http://www.architetturaecosostenibile.it/cheap-viagra-from-mexico November 21, when the genre of Southern Literature (including such classic films as 1939′s Gone With the Wind and 1962′s To Kill a Mockingbird) gives way to order tramadol next day Stories for Children and Young Adults on Thanksgiving Day. In the latter category is an entertaining TCM premiere, Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm (1938), starring 10-year-old Shirley Temple and inspired by Kate Douglas Wiggin’s much-loved bucolic novel.

Two other themes feature TCM premieres. Adventure Novels include Jack London’s often-filmed Far North adventure The Call of www.yamarchno.org the Wild in a 1935 version starring Clark Gable and 2 day cialis delivery Loretta Young. Among Western Novels is Apache Territory (1958), adapted from the Louis L’Amour novel, with Rory Calhoun as the leader of a small band of travelers threatened by Indians.

Numerous other highlights include cinematic adaptations of American Literature (John Steinbeck’s The Grapes of Wrath, 1940; F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby, 1974), National Book Award Winners and Finalists (Nelson Algren’s The Man with the buy online viagra securely Golden Arm, 1955; James Jones’ From Here to Eternity, 1953) and British Literature (Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, 1940; Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre, 1943).

Selected guests including actors Dane DeHaan, Griffin Dunne, Jack Huston and Daniel Radcliffe will appear to comment on viagra 50mg online how literary movies have affected and inspired them.

Thanks to Star for pointing out the original post at Harry Potter’s Page and Titch for the link to the trailer.

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Lauren has been contributing to DR.com since 2004, when we asked her to be our girl on the ground at the Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban premiere in London, and gradually worked her way up the ranks to cheap levitra uk news editor. She posts from the UK.
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