Stars in My Crown (1950)
Director: Jacques Tourneur
A lot of films involve people whose like you will never meet — imagine the crook Jimmy Cagney in White Heat, standing on the roof of a giant oil refinery about to blow sky high, crying out, in that Irish sneer of his, “Come on, copper! Come and get me!” Or, on the other side, Greer Garson as the brilliant scientist in Madame Curie (1943), addressing a …
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