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Host Jonathan London takes you through this week's releases to DVD and Blu-ray, and avoids a Taken 2-esque fate, in this new episode of Pause/Play! New Release to DVD this Week: Branded Taken 2 The Man Who Knew Too Much (Criterion Collection) The Possession Jackson Five: The Completed Animated Series Woody Allen's Sleeper Notebook: Ultimate Collector's Edition 30 Nights of Paranormal Activity With the Devil Inside The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Life's Too Short: Series 1 Prometheus to Alien: Evolution
16 Jan 2013
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While attending a medical conference in Paris, American physician Dr. Ben McKenna (James Stewart), his wife, retired musical theater actress and singer Jo McKenna (Doris Day) and their adolescent son Hank (Christopher Olsen) decide to take a side trip to among other places Marrekesh, French Morocco. With a knife plunged into his back, Frenchman Louis Bernard (Daniel Gelin), who the family met earlier in their bus ride into Marrakesh and who is now masquerading as an Arab, approaches Ben, cryptically whispering that there will be an attempted assassination in London of a statesman. “The Storm Clouds Cantata” is a chorale of the Australian composer Arthur Benjamin. This piece was written for the assassination scene in the Alfred Hitchcock 1934 film. For the 1953 remake of the movie Hitchcock asked his new musical collaborator, Bernard Herrmann, to not only conduct the orchestra on screen but write a new piece as well. Herrmann accepted the former offer but declined the latter, re-orchestrating the Cantata and conducting himself the London Symphony Orchestra, the Covent Garden Chorus and mezzo-soprano soloist Barbara Howitt.
22 Jun 2013
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Cat burglar Henry Clarke (Michael Caine) checks himself into a sanitarium for alcoholics in Spain under a false pretense. His true motivation is to get closer to a wealthy clinic patient named Salinas and then rob his magnificent Majorca’s house. Henry is approached by Fe Moreau (Giovanna Ralli) and her much older husband Richard (Eric Forman) to make an alliance. This is is the famous robbery sequence with the superb photography of Gerry Turpin and the music of John Barry: Romance For Guitar And Orchestra, inspired in Joaquín Rodrigo's Concert of Aranjuez. The british maestro conducts The London Philarmonic Orchestra a la Bernard Herrmann in The Man Who Knew Too Much. It's not the only time Barry cameoed - he also appears in The Living Daylights and The Cool Mikado. It's a shame this movie was such a failure, because subsequently one of the greatest 60's film scores I've ever heard has been buried along with it. John Barry has never done finer work, and even appears on-camera to conduct one of the brilliant pieces he composed. During the concert, Michael Caine's robbery is taking place in Marivent Palace, nowadays the spanish King's summer residence in Palma de Mallorca. Last but not least, we have a splendid chancey of listening the catalan guitarist Renata Tarragó, died on 2005.
19 Mar 2012
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Doris Day singing 'Que Sera Sera' in "The Man Who Knew Too Much", the second use of the song in the movie.
17 Jun 2011
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Doris Day, Que Sera Sera
4 Jan 2010
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From the movie The Italian Job - Steve (Edward Norton) suspects that Yevhen (Boris Lee Krutonog) knows too much about his stolen gold. He decides to shut him up permanently.
19 Nov 2011
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The following is a four minute montage with clips from some of the greatest adventure movies of all time. Set to the exciting music from "1941" by John Williams. Clips include Lawrence of Arabia, Raiders of the Lost Ark, The Bridge on the River Kwai, The Adventures of Robin Hood, The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, Goldfinger, The Man Who Would Be King, North by Northwest, Treasure Island (1950), Shane, Return of the Jedi, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl, 3:10 to Yuma (1957), Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, Superman, Stagecoach (1939), Aladdin, The Wild Bunch, The Guns of Navarone, The Mask of Zorro, The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, The Seven Samurai, The Wind and the Lion, Die Hard, The Great Escape, The Great Train Robbery (1903), Once Upon a Time in the West, Gunga Din, Ben-Hur (1959), The Searchers, The Treasure of the Sierra Madre, The Mark of Zorro (1940), Ghostbusters, Star Wars, Hook, Captain Blood, National Treasure, Pinocchio (1940), Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, The Birth of a Nation, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, The Thief of Bagdad (1940), Jason and the Argonauts, The Mark of Zorro (1919), The Matrix, 3:10 to Yuma (2007), The Creature from the Black Lagoon, Blade Runner, Unforgiven (1992), The Thief of Bagdad (1924), Stand By Me, Them!, King Kong (1933), Peter Pan (1953), Papillon, Bullitt, Only Angels Have Wings, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, The Empire Strikes Back, Planet of the Apes (1968), Thunderball, Wings (1927), Rio Bravo, Batman (1989), Gladiator, Apocalypse Now, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Toy Story, Casino Royale (2006), Gunfight at the O.K. Corral, The Italian Job (2003), The Italian Job (1969), Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, Dances With Wolves, The Black Stallion, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Gone With the Wind, Iron Man, Back to the Future, Enter the Dragon, The Dirty Dozen, High Noon (1952), Monty Python and the Holy Grail, The Ten Commandments (1956), Glory (1989), Tron, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, The Lion King, The Bourne Identity, Blazing Saddles, Jurassic Park, Spider-Man 2, Red River, The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956), The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Conan the Barbarian, The Right Stuff, Tarzan (1999), The African Queen, The Magnificent Seven (1960), Braveheart, Top Gun (1986), E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial, The Thief and the Cobbler, Cool Hand Luke, Independence Day, Jaws, The Greatest Show on Earth, True Grit, The Last of the Mohicans (1992), The General (1927), The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, Sergeant York, The Lost World (1925), Twice Upon a Time (1983), The Longest Day, Forbidden Planet, Thelma and Louise, Shrek, The Naked Gun, Journey to the Center of the Earth (1959), Transformers (2007), Men in Black, Red Dust, Flash Gordon (serial), Rio Grande, Pirates of the Caribbean: At Worlds End, Batman Begins, Hidalgo, Tarzan and His Mate, Zulu, The Count of Monte Cristo (2002), The Four Feathers (1939), For a Few Dollars More, Raiders of the Lost Ark, The Bridge on the River Kwai, The Adventures of Robin Hood, The Searchers, The Guns of Navarone, The Great Train Robbery (1903), The Wizard of Oz (1939), The Mask of Zorro, The Wild Bunch, and Star Wars.
12 Nov 2009
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The clip know-it-all auditions from Mon meilleur ami (2006) Which crime writer's pen name was Gom Gut? It was... Do you know or not? I know. I'm just a bit nervous. Well? He was Belgian, born in 1903, died in Lausanne in 1989... He created Maigret. That's not the answer. It's coming back... Georges Simenon! Sorry. Which country won the 1954 World Cup? 1954? Hungary lost 3-2... Helmut Rahn scored the winning goal. Give me the country, not a full replay. Which Frenchman acted in The Man Who Knew Too Much? Trick question? No. Yes. Hitchcock filmed it twice, right? The 1956 version. In 1934 it was Pierre Fresnay. That's not the answer. It's on the tip of my tongue! He acted in Saints Alive. He wrote gardening books! Mr. Balanchine, we'll call you. I blew it, right? We have more candidates to see. Of course. Thank you. It was Daniel Gelin! Goodbye. Didn't we try him before? More than once. He knows it all. Who cares? For a show called Know-It-All? He's the man who knew too much. By far. See how he fell apart with us? Imagine him with a live audience.
22 Nov 2011
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Conductor: Keith Lockhart The BBC Concert Orchestra 0:03:33 - Prelude to The Man Who Knew Too Much - Bernard Herrmann 0:09:13 - Psycho Suite - Bernard Herrmann 0:20:10 - Cinema Paradiso - Ennio & Andrea Morricone 0:26:20 - Henry V - William Walton (arr. Muir Mathieson) 1:04:20 - Star Wars - John Williams 1:12:11 - Schindler's List - John Williams 1:17:28 - Hedwig's theme from Harry Potter - John Williams 1:24:40 - Norwegian Wood - Jonny Greenwood (arr. Robert Zeigler) 1:36:44 - Murder on the Orient Express Suite - Sir Richard Rodney Bennett 1:49:00 - Love Theme from Out of Africa - John Barry 1:53:17 - The Music of James Bond - John Barry & David Arnold 2:06:50 - The Good, The Bad and The Ugly - Ennio Morricone
29 Jan 2013
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This is an experimental video I made with Wax Tailor's "Que Sera", from the album "Tales of the Forgotten Melodies". I found the clips from which the samples were from and used them to make a video for the song. Video clips are from: "The Man Who Knew Too Much" (A. Hitchcock, 1956) "Ben Hur" (W. Wyler, 1959) "To Be or Not to Be" (E. Lubitsch, 1942) "Close Encounters of a Third Kind" (S. Spielberg, 1977) "Shadow of a Doubt" (A. Hitchcock, 1943)
1 Oct 2013
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Que sera, sera ( What will be, will be. ) It was written by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans for Alfred Hitchcock's 1956 re-make of his 1934 film "The Man Who Knew Too Much" starring Doris Day and James Stewart. When I was just a little girl I asked my mother, what will I be? Will I be pretty, will I be rich? Here's what she said to me. Que sera, sera, Whatever will be, will be The future's not ours, to see Que Sera, Sera What will be, will be. Since I'm just a boy in school I asked my teacher, what should I try Should I paint pictures? Should I sing songs? This was her wise reply. Que Sera, Sera, Whatever will be, will be The future's not ours, to see Que Sera, Sera What will be, will be. When I grew up and fell in love I asked my lover what lies ahead? Will we have rainbows day after day? Get's what my lover said: Que Sera, Sera, Whatever will be, will be The future's not ours, to see Que Sera, Sera What will be, will be. Now I have children of my own They ask their mother, what will I be? Will I be pretty, will I be rich? I tell them, "wait and see". Que Sera, Sera, Whatever will be, will be The future's not ours, to see Que Sera, Sera What will be, will be. What will be, will be. What will be, will be. What will be, will be.
9 Dec 2013
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A song with many interpretations - only ONE José Montserrate Feliciano Garcia! In 1971, the young Puerto Rican guitarist/singer performed this Italian song (written by Jimmy Fontana, Franco Migliacci, Carlo Pes)) at a music festival in Italy. It became popular in Italy and Europe. He later recorded it in Spanish creating a hit in Central and South America. Though the lyrics are different in English (entitled "Shake a Hand"), he had a hit with this version in Scandinavian countries. In the U.S., Doris Day popularized the "what will be, will be" song ("qué sera, sera" - title in Spanish and French). She first sang it in the 1956 Hitchcock movie, "The Man Who Knew Too Much" Along with others of my generation, I discovered Feliciano in the mid 60s, early 70s. His "Feliz Navidad" (1970) is internationally known as well as his rendition of the Doors' song, "Light My Fire". Although Americans in general may not be as well acquainted with Feliciano's virtuoso performances, he is highly regarded and been widely acclaimed in other parts of the world, especially Latin America. And, just in case you didn't know, he was born blind, is a self-taught musician and plays several musical instruments. The acoustic guitar is his favorite. He is 66 years old, married with children and lives in Connecticut. The song, "Che sarà" can be found on his 1971 album by the same name.
8 Sep 2014
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