Movieline 1993

C.W. McCall

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Does anybody here have a scan of the Moz feature titled "Sound and Vision" that was printed in the March 1993 issue of Movieline? Thanks very much in advance!
 

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Does anybody here have a scan of the Moz feature titled "Sound and Vision" that was printed in the March 1993 issue of Movieline? Thanks very much in advance!
IIRC, Movieline featured other artists picking films as well.
There are different films mentioned in the Movieline article when compared to the above NME one though:
(not exhaustive and my own research):

Movieline included:
Spring & Port Wine.
To Sir, with Love.
Woman in a Dressing Gown. ('57).
Turn the Key Softly.
Billy Liar. ('63).
Charlie Bubbles. ('68).
Dancehall. ('50).
Flame in the Streets ('61).
An Inspector Calls ('54).
Regards,
FWD.

Edit: See David's scan. Rogue entries removed above.
 
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gordyboy9

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IIRC, Movieline featured other artists picking films as well.
There are different films mentioned in the Movieline article when compared to the above NME one though:
(not exhaustive and my own research):

Movieline included:
Spring & Port Wine.
This Sporting Life.
To Sir, with Love.
Woman in a Dressing Gown. ('57).
Turn the Key Softly.
Billy Liar. ('63).
Brighton Rock.
Charlie Bubbles. ('68).
The Collector. ('65).
Dancehall. ('50).
Flame in the Streets ('61).
Hobson's Choice ('54 - in NME too).
An Inspector Calls ('54).
Regards,
FWD.

(It never featured on the Comtesse DeSpair site/s).
and alien vs predator which bozz said him and mozz watched on a flight,
 

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Look what I found in my collection, scanned just for you:

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Movieline, March 1993

Morrissey

"My relentless obsession with British films of the '40s, '50s and '60s has had an overwhelming influence on everything I've ever written. The list of favorites could be endless: The Killing of Sister George (1969), It Always Rains on Sunday (1947), Poor Cow (1967), The Leather Boys (1963), Yield to the Night (1956), Flame in the Streets (1961), Spring and Port Wine (1970), Woman in a Dressing Gown (1957), The October Man (1947), Turn the Key Softly (1953), An Inspector Calls (1954), We Are the Lambeth Boys (1959), Victim (1961), Charlie Bubbles (1968), The Family Way (1966), A Kind of Loving (1962), To Sir with Love (1967), Oliver Twist (1948), Billy Liar (1963), Dance Hall (1950), The Ladykillers (1955). Modern films do not inspire me at all. I refuse to watch anything post-1971 because every story had been told by then."
 
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Famous when dead

Vulgarian
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Look what I found in my collection, scanned just for you:

43368_movieline_199303.jpg


43367_movieline_cover_200303.jpg


Movieline, March 1993

Morrissey

"My relentless obsession with British films of the '40s, '50s and '60s has had an overwhelming influence on everything I've ever written. The list of favorites could be endless: The Killing of Sister George (1969), It Always Rains on Sunday (1947), Poor Cow (1967), The Leather Boys (1963), Yield to the Night (1956), Flame in the Streets (1961), Spring and Port Wine (1970), Woman in a Dressing Gown (1957), The October Man (1947), Turn the Key Softly (1953), An Inspector Calls (1954), We Are the Lambeth Boys (1959), Victim (1961), Charlie Bubbles (1968), The Family Way (1966), A Kind of Loving (1962), To Sir with Love (1967), Oliver Twist (1948), Billy Liar (1963), Dance Hall (1950), The Ladykillers (1955). Modern films do not inspire me at all. I refuse to watch anything post-1971 because every story had been told by then."
Thanks for this.
I have found at least 3 sites using Movieline plus Sound & Vision as a source of films not in the original article - believe little online :)
Regards,
FWD.
 
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