(via fb) decaying Hollywood mansions is recommended! just watched the trailer(?) for who is Harry kellerman....
- bill 3-24-2012 1:16 pm

From 1971. (my golden era of cinema: 1968-1972)
- bill 3-24-2012 1:18 pm [add a comment]

Great page. Never seen Harry Kellerman. For many years I have been searching for a movie I saw twice as a kid, my memory is that it starred Dustin Hoffman. If this isn't that movie then I'll have to start searching for a movie with a different actor.
- steve 3-24-2012 4:25 pm [add a comment]

Bill, why those dates for your golden age?
- steve 3-24-2012 4:27 pm [add a comment]

i guess when i made a post about this movie a month ago it was less interesting.
- dave 3-24-2012 4:31 pm [add a comment]

  • I think the link wasn't working for me when the post was made. and yeah, jimlouis kind of killed the buzz.
    - steve 3-24-2012 5:11 pm [add a comment]

Steve, for the freaks. And for the naturalism that was getting some traction. Dave, I missed that post.
- bill 3-24-2012 4:38 pm [add a comment]

isnt it pretty much everyones golden age of (modern) american cinema? i think the "official" delineations are bonnie and clyde (1967) to jaws (1975) which ushered in the blockbuster era.
- dave 3-24-2012 4:44 pm [add a comment]

  • Yeah.
    - steve 3-24-2012 5:13 pm [add a comment]

  • From Wikipedia. part of it's also seeing NYC as a location i was somewhat familiar with from that time.
    - bill 3-24-2012 5:41 pm [add a comment]

There is also who is Harry nilson... You can check the trailer on hulu. Recommended.
- bill 3-24-2012 4:49 pm [add a comment]

Vincent says
- bill 3-24-2012 4:57 pm [add a comment]

you can stream the harry nilsson movie on netflix.
- dave 3-24-2012 4:59 pm [add a comment]

Saw the Harry Nilson movie a few months back. Pretty good. Kind of surprised it's still on netflix, as they seem to be dropping content faster than they are adding it.
- steve 3-24-2012 5:15 pm [add a comment]

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