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Styl używać silnych i kursywy znaczniki podkreślić swoje słowa kluczowe swojej stronie, ale nie nadużywać (mniej niż 16 silnych tagi i 16 znaczników kursywy)

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dyverse music http://www.dyversemusic.com/
about us http://www.dyversemusic.com/2010/03/dyverse-idea-seven-ages-of-dyverse_02.html
index http://www.dyversemusic.com/p/index.html
the dyverse record collection http://www.dyversemusic.com/search/label/the%20dyverse%20record%20collection
africa http://www.dyversemusic.com/search/label/africa
americas http://www.dyversemusic.com/search/label/americas
asia http://www.dyversemusic.com/search/label/asia
europe http://www.dyversemusic.com/search/label/europe
manchester scene http://www.dyversemusic.com/search/label/manchester%20scene
middle east http://www.dyversemusic.com/search/label/middle%20east
blues http://www.dyversemusic.com/search/label/blues
classical http://www.dyversemusic.com/search/label/classical
folk http://www.dyversemusic.com/search/label/folk
fusion http://www.dyversemusic.com/search/label/fusion
jazz http://www.dyversemusic.com/search/label/jazz
reggae http://www.dyversemusic.com/search/label/reggae
rock http://www.dyversemusic.com/search/label/rock
roots usa http://www.dyversemusic.com/search/label/roots%20usa
soul http://www.dyversemusic.com/search/label/soul
dyverse values http://www.dyversemusic.com/search/label/dyverse%20values
dyverse dyatribes http://www.dyversemusic.com/search/label/dyverse%20dyatribes
hero worship http://www.dyversemusic.com/search/label/hero%20worship
abner burnett http://www.dyversemusic.com/2010/02/abner-burnett-biography.html
interviews from the archives http://www.dyversemusic.com/search/label/interviews
i was there http://www.dyversemusic.com/search/label/i%20was%20there
i am here http://www.dyversemusic.com/search/label/i%20am%20here
dyverse lists http://www.dyversemusic.com/search/label/dyverse%20lists
dyrections http://www.dyversemusic.com/search/label/dyrections
obsession with... http://www.dyversemusic.com/search/label/obsessions%20with...
new records http://www.dyversemusic.com/2010/02/new-records.html
dyverse visuals http://www.dyversemusic.com/search/label/dyverse%20visuals
dyverse verbals http://www.dyversemusic.com/search/label/dyverse%20verbals
dyverse trading http://www.dyversemusic.com/search/label/dyverse%20trading
records http://www.dyversemusic.com/search/label/records
cds http://www.dyversemusic.com/search/label/cds
books http://www.dyversemusic.com/search/label/books
memorabilia http://www.dyversemusic.com/search/label/memorabilia
contact us http://www.dyversemusic.com/p/contact-us.html
last stories http://www.dyversemusic.com/
all merit to dubjax 10, or is it 11? http://www.dyversemusic.com/2017/03/all-merit-to-dubjax-10.html
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dyverse music sounds, films, books and scenes (usually that order) that arrest the attention of mike butler, erstwhile music scribe about us index the dyverse record collection dyverse geographies africa americas asia europe manchester scene middle east blues classical folk fusion jazz reggae rock roots usa soul dyverse values dyverse dyatribes hero worship abner burnett interviews from the archives i was there i am here dyverse lists dyrections obsession with... new records dyverse visuals dyverse verbals dyverse trading records cds books memorabilia contact us last stories all merit to dubjax 10, or is it 11? posted by mike butler on sunday, 5 march 2017 · leave a comment the indomitable dubjax, after having his last movie channel removed in one fell swoop by the youtube police, is back with a new channel, and a new programme which, as ever, prioritises the british, black and white and ‘b’. the list, which is being added to daily, includes many oldies that are established dubjax favourites. the huggetts, it seems, are irrepressible. my last blog, all merit to dubjax, did its level best to keep up and cover particularly commendable films. i shall endeavour to carry on the good work here. pending further developments and further raids (oh the strain of living on a knife-edge), all the following are available on dubjax 10, and all the links are correct, at time of writing. stop press: hours after writing the foregoing, a new star appeared on the horizon – dubjax 11. currently it only boasts one film, a fairly dispensable piece of shoestring gumshoe (if that sounds like something you might step into accidentally, so it is) called blackout, i sense that this might be the channel for unknown and obscure oldies. or, favourites we don’t know we have yet. i shall keep watching. and in the meantime, please excuse the repeats... boys in brown https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yszhzatra7w&index=9&list=pl1ij3dx4dfff72byxjbbm1hjrmpp4ytp8 it’s interesting to compare this treatment of borstal with the account given in the loneliness of the long distance runner. the latter exposes this tale of the inherently good boy fallen in with a bad crowd for the simplistic, moralising claptrap it is. it also seems that baggy shorts were abandoned at some point between 1949 (boys in brown) and 1962 (the loneliness of the long distance runner). this is a good thing because baggy shorts are the cause of all the trouble here. retrieving civvies is the reason jackie risks his immortal soul by smashing a custodian's head with a lamp. jackie is the rough diamond central character, a petulant f***-up, played by a one-dimensional richard attenborough, and unaccountably loved by everybody, from the girl who waits (barbara murray), to his mother (thora hird specialised in long-suffering mums at the time), all his fellow inmates, and even the governor. the governor! to compare the all-wise, compassionate jack warner with the flawed, neurotic michael redgrave in loneliness says everything about the collapse of deference to authority figures in the intervening fifties (a very under-rated decade; in fact, the sixties kick-started sometime around 1955). and how does this paragon of a governor behave? he seeks out the impeccably middle-class natural mother of wayward bill (jimmy hanley), and prevails upon her to take back the lad and supplant the feckless working-class type who has only brought him up. such deep conservatism permeates the entire film. note the casual racism – the token scot is a model of unreasonable truculence – and the casual homophobia. only dark suggestions could get past in 1949, but alfie rawlings, an exercise in pure malevolence by dirk bogarde, is a forerunner of hugo barrett in the servant. the film relentlessly associates queerness with twisted pathology, but this, in a funny way, might enhance its appeal as a camp classic to the modern sensibility. the title, the baggy shorts: a lá sound of music, audiences could turn up dressed as characters from the film. this would mean rows and rows of baggy shorts, all cheering alfie rawlings’ latest dastardly trick. chance of a lifetime https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hntvzur7rzy&index=6&list=pl1ij3dx4dfff72byxjbbm1hjrmpp4ytp8 one of sir bernard’s (as he then wasn’t) essays on industrial relations. chance of a lifetime gives basil radford the role of his life as dickinson, the owner off a small engineering company, who, from words spoken in exasperation and then honoured out of pride, hands over management of his tractor-making plant to the workers. a great social experiment begins. the capital and labour issue which so exercised marx is handled in a gritty and clear-sighted and exciting way: the deferred delivery of the steel (deferred because bankers and businessmen want to sabotage the venture) serves the same function in this film as the arrival of the cavalry in a western. its left-wing credentials are impeccable: co-written by walter greenwood, author of love on the dole, and written and directed by (sir) bernard miles, who also plays stevens, an unassuming man who accepts his elevation with diligence and a furrowed-brow. miles, uniquely among british actors of his generation, spoke in his native accent, an attractive west country one in his case. who couldn’t side with the workers when the factory is stuffed full of well-loved british character actors? these include future dr who patrick troughton as trouble-maker kettle, niall mcginnis (the sinister satanist from night of the demon) as baxter, a horny-handed rabble-rouser, and hattie jacques as alice, a blowsy type who puts him in his place. bolger, the factory-hand cum poacher, is played by geoffrey keen (last seen as an urban terrorist in high treason, the political polar opposite of chance of a lifetime), and more or less ubiquitous in british films of the period (1950, by the way). best of all, peter jones enjoys himself hugely as an eastern european trade commissar. the film is so good, and so neglected, it invites conspiracy theories of its own. was it purposely overlooked by tv programmers in favour of-union-bashing films like i’m alright jack and the silence (that is, before every b&w film was purposely overlooked by tv programmers)? you might be inclined to dismiss this as luvvie radicalism or soft left wishful thinking, but seriously, chance of a lifetime encapsulates the values we’re all going to have to fight for. if we haven’t already lost them. the church mouse https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2kuaqe10t8e&index=5&list=pl1ij3dx4dfff72byxjbbm1hjrmpp4ytp8 it begins by kidding about the march of progress, from the vantage of a thoroughly modern 1934, blessed by the advances of the dictaphone and women in the workplace. there’s an awful lot of kidding going on in the film – which charts the progress of betty (laura la plante) from forgotten woman, super-efficient secretary and blossoming sexual being. even unemployment is kidded about, although the light tone and comic exaggeration can’t conceal real feeling. this was 1934 and the very depth of the depression. mostly the film kids about sex. this is the earliest dubjax i’ve yet seen, and also the raciest, with characters tenderly swapping mae west catch-phrases. there is something to this pre-code business. anything more graphic than a kiss, of course, would break the enchantment. circle of danger https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rxm9vlac_lc&t=1880s jacques tourneur's film is to be trusted more in the detail than the broad outline. although the central quest plot is moderately intriguing – clay douglas (ray milland), a u.s. visitor, travels the length of great britain to find the truth about the death of his brother, the sole casualty of a secret wartime mission – its chief satisfaction lies in the characterisation of minor characters, and naunton wayne does such a good turn as reggie sinclair, a sleazy second-hand car salesman, he might be the reason why the entire profession fell into disrepute. the same is true of the central love interest, because, although elspeth graham (patricia roc) belongs to that too-good-to-be-true type familiarly held in reserve for the deserving hero, even here there are nice touches: the endless deferment of romance, and the moment of consummation (offscreen, of course), that is subtly signalled by elspeth’s heightened gladness at the world. the film is more than usually up-front in its homophobia, and this, you feel, reflects badly on clay douglas, and is inexplicable to the viewer because the flamboyant sholto lewis, as winningly portrayed by marius goring, is clearly charm and charisma personified, and even his factotum, reginald beckwith (remembering his medium in night of the demon: same director, incidentally) is perfectly adorable. besides, in plot terms, sholto shows his mettle at the end. but no, a deeper mystery nagged at me, and eventually eclipsed anything that was going on in the film, and that was: who does ray milland remind me of? cary grant? no, not cary grant. then i had it. milland’s voice is identical to james stewart’s. in its vocal patterns and mannerisms, milland has james stewart down pat. is this common knowledge, or am l the only one to have noticed? here come the huggetts https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c1guatc4-sk&t=12s&list=pl1ij3dx4dfff72byxjbbm1hjrmpp4ytp8&index=1 was there ever a sequel in screen history that so comprehensively topped its successor? the godfather and the godfather ii, comes the reply, parroting critical orthodoxy. well yes, except that the godfather wasn’t anywhere near as bad as holiday camp, and the godfather ii wasn’t anywhere near as good as here come the huggetts (possibly i’m not comparing like with like, but i don’t care). set against the backdrop of the royal wedding in 1948 (a lot of unnecessary bother that ends in a punch-up in a nice subversive touch), here come the huggetts concerns the impending and uncertain nuptials of jane (jane hylton), the eldest huggett girl, to jimmy (jimmy hanley), who has hastily arranged the ceremony to coincide with his army leave. there’s deep joy and acute social observation in every scene, as the arrival of diana (diana dors), available for anything but work, wreaks havoc in the household. now the scene is set for an examination of different varieties of love, from the sexual to the platonic; the latter embodied by the intellectual harold (david tomlinson in thick round specs: this man is a marvel), who conducts a library courtship with jane using such dry logic and lofty argument that he turns the poor, confused girl’s head. the film finally settles for the good fond companionship exemplified by father (jack warner) and mother (kathleen harrison). the delightful wee ‘pet’ (petula clark), misunderstands and misconstrues all these relationships, and causes further chaos by involving guileless neighbour peter (peter hammond) in the shenanigans. peter is carrying a torch for middle daughter susan (susan shaw). ‘pet’ sings a song, charmingly (‘walking backwards’, surely the forerunner of 'i'm walking backwards for christmas'). the huggetts' inclusive ordinariness struck a chord with the british public, and the universality is underscored by giving characters the same name as the actors (harold/david being the chief exception), barring the archetypes of father, mother and grandma. more instalments followed. i can’t wait. watch this space for the low-down on vote for huggett. ps poor old dennis price! it was his great misfortune to be perfectly cast once (kind hearts and coronets, naturally), and miscast in everything else in his career (that includes the very wonderful a canterbury tale). in holiday camp – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aovrf42u9ce – the first huggetts outing, he is an improbable sex killer, stalking the butlins resort at filey. there's a hint of misogny in the depiction of the women: those who aren't active bathing beauties are faded, self-deluding types. time for them to get back into the kitchen after the recently concluded end hostilities, perhaps? (the war generally casts a long shadow over this film.) the flora robson character, pining for a lost love, is a bit on the pious side, but then most of her roles were, throughout her career: it was her fate as a brilliant, plain-featured actress. oh, and this appears to be a completely different brood of huggett children from the other films in the series. never mind. father (jack warner) and mother (kathleen harrison) are still the best domestic double act there has ever been. pps vote for huggett – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gicijhcrzvg – is a bit silly and contrived actually. early on, there's some fun about ‘god wot!’, but that's as good as it gets. david tomlinson is under-used in a reprise as harold. it goes without saying that kathleen harrison’s depiction of mother is one of british cinema’s most humane, touching comic performances, and that there’s real chemistry between harrison and jack warner as father: but once you’ve said that… here come the huggetts is the one to go for. ppps and the huggetts abroad – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sgpxhkrepmi&index=4&list=pl1ij3dx4dfff72byxjbbm1hjrmpp4ytp8 – is the weakest of the lot. stranding the lovable family in the sahara desert might seem like a good idea, but at this point the plot is more exhausted than the indestructible huggetts. the unmade sequel, the huggetts in space, might not have been so bad with charles crichton at the helm. high treason https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b5grqtdqsru ordinary people – a mild, cat-loving clerk who works in the docklands, an ex-raf officer with a small electrics shop – meet under the auspices of the elgin modern music society and whisper significant things to each other like “march 16th”. the music itself is not bad: meandering and atonal and all, but clearly not as awful as the film-makers intend. an undercover policeman has infiltrated the society and can’t quite conceal his distaste, much to the irritation of his neighbour, who is valiantly trying to give his all to the music. this is an uncredited part by michael ward, a character actor used as an instant signifier of otherness, effeminacy and pseudery. the society, it turns out, is the front for a faction whose dark intentions do not brook sabotage and indiscriminate killing. a sleek, refined mp (more tom driberg than oswald mosley, unfortunately) is waiting in the wings to seize power when the country has been brought to its knees. praise be, that terrible scenario is averted thanks to the efficiency of mi5’s intelligence gathering, and a well-maintained card index system. our boys foil an all-or-nothing assault on battersea power station at the finale. taken with i’m alright jack, this film badly dented roy boulting’s left-wing credentials. in the early eighties i saw a bit of roy boulting’s son, and he was, at that time (admittedly a long time ago), an ardent marxist. saturday night out www.youtube.com/watch?v=8mta8fihmoo&index=10&list=plfs2zgb_heizgqrouhluxef1yek_punzk the monochrome dazzles. a print must have has been sent to the laboratory to be spruced up, it’s of such high quality, visually and aurally. that helps, especially when there’s so much evocative location shooting of london circa 1964 (bomb sites were still around, note). sailors (and a civilian) go on shore leave in london town, and all, with one exception (an irishman who likes his drink), get caught up in the pursuit of womankind. various types of love are represented, from uncomplicated gratification, tender awakening, late-flowering lust, extreme bohemianism and frustrated horniness. saturday night out resembles on the town without the song and dance, technicolour and americanisms, and has a bit more truth. i say no song and dance, but the searchers winningly belt out a couple a numbers in a bar at one point. laddish, you say? everything in saturday night out is seen from a male perspective, yes, but the exhilaration of conquest is well-conveyed. it’s a shame that all this bracing liberation only led to the ubiquitous and well-rehearsed choreography that passes for sex in tv and cinema these days, but it would be unfair to blame saturday night out, which is really rather a sweet movie in the end. oh, and patricia hayes does her inebriate woman turn ten years or so before edna: it’s a must-see for this alone. all merit to dubjax posted by mike butler on wednesday, 18 january 2017 · 1 comment this is too obvious to need stating, but all these reviews are written out of deep gratitude to that anonymous philanthropist, dubjax, who mines our (uk) shared cinematic heritage – british, black-and-white films and ‘b’– to consistently excavate gems we didn’t know were there, and frequently faces the wrath of the copyright enforcers for his troubles. dubjax 9 is presently flourishing, i’m happy to report. stop press: all the films written about below, bar four, have been removed by youtube's copyright enforcers in the past 24 hours (22.2.17). that is, there has been a blanket sweep on every film posted on dubjax 9. of the exceptions castle in the air and so long at the fair are non-dubjax films, and the common touch and made in heaven come from an earlier channel, dubjax 4. several of the impounded films are freely available on other channels. namely: – the card – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dnsgajpmhoo contraband – (poor quality) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6hwv6cohoya&list=pldnovpdajvepfivdxcbpnsezet3kutn-k daybreak – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e7vsft9ehzy&t=36s the ghost camera – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dnsrjoifi3w high treason – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=exi9wbqi3pw&t=85s midnight episode – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ylotdtr7xm&t=796s the passing of the third floor back – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nul2lxa0rma the rocking horse winner – (spanish subtitles) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kqg19zekq-g&t=1009s turn the key softly – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wjzzdzpfoqi this begs the question, who has got it in for dubjax and why? clue: some of the other films are available to stream into the home at a price. in other words, musty old black and whites are not exempt from the laws of free enterprise, competition and supply-and-demand. some of us happen to think that the repression of rare old films amounts to a cultural crime, that the copyright laws are labyrinthine and stupid, and that the commercial exploitation of old films (some of which recouped their costs over half a century ago) is unacceptable. sometimes "sorry about that" – as in, the youtube account associated with this video has been terminated due to multiple third-party notifications of copyright infringement. sorry about that – is not good enough. boys in brown https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o42cj-c9dpm&t=4s it’s interesting to compare this treatment of borstal with the account given in the loneliness of the long distance runner. the latter exposes this tale of the inherently good boy fallen in with a bad crowd for the simplistic, moralising claptrap it is. it also seems that baggy shorts were abandoned at some point between 1949 and 1962. this is a good thing because baggy shorts are the cause of all the trouble. retrieving civvies is the reason jackie risks his immortal soul by smashing a custodian's head with a lamp. jackie is the rough diamond central character, a complete fuck-up, played with one-dimensional petulance by richard attenborough, and unaccountably loved by everybody, from the girl who waits (barbara murray), to his mother (thora hird specialised in long-suffering mums at the time), and even the governor. the governor! to compare the all-wise, compassionate jack warner with the flawed, neurotic michael redgrave in loneliness says everything about the collapse of deference to authority in the intervening fifties (an under-rated decade). and how does this paragon of a governor behave? he seeks out the impeccably middle-class natural mother of wayward bill (jimmy hanley), and prevails upon her to take back the lad and oust the feckless working-class type who only brought him up. such conservatism riddles the entire film. the token scot is an emblem of unreasonable truculence. only dark hints about homosexuality could be allowed, but note how alfie rawlings, an early essay in malevolence by dirk bogarde, anticipates hugo barrett in the servant, and how queerness is associated with twisted pathology. actually the film has got everything it takes to be a camp classic. the title... the baggy shorts... i see audiences in brown baggy shorts cheering alfie rawlings on. the card https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cwyuxxuni1g based on the arnold bennett novel, the card is about the rise of the irrepressible edward henry (‘denny’) machin, who works his way to the top from lowly beginnings. and though machin is an opportunist proto-capitalist, who can fail to warm his nonchalant charm, winningly conveyed by alec guinness at the top of his game? there are lots of incidental pleasures, not least from the women in machin’s life – glynis johns as ruth earp, a scheming minx and gold-digger whose rise parallels machin’s own, petula clark, adorable as the girl-next-door, and valerie robson, the epitome of the high-born english rose as the countess (she played much the same role in kind hearts and coronets). the card treats of labour, class, capitalism, sex as social advancement and demagoguery, and does it with such a light touch that the final triumph of the parvenu over the paternal is guaranteed to stir nothing more radical than a sigh of contentment. carrington vc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=stro0h-t4h0 major charles ‘cropper’ carrington vc (david niven) is a paragon, a model of charm, ability and reason, beloved by all his men and worshipped from afar by the loyal captain alison graham (noelle middleton), whom he properly rebuffs for the sake of his wife, valerie (margaret leighton). there are signs that valerie is not altogether a worthy vessel for cropper’s affections, but he piles on the uxorious selflessness with the stiff-upper-lip that is his single greatest attribute. that is, until valerie gives testimony at carrington’s court martial, in which his reputation and career hang in the balance. carrington sees what has been obvious to the viewing public from the start: valerie is a shrivelled soul and a bitter husk of womanhood, whereas captain alison is really quite adorable. there’s not much subtlety about carrington vc and the response it engenders, but, in its own way, the film is as perfect as its titular hero. anthony asquith directed in 1954. castle in the air https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vmwgcggluba&t=1400s castle in the air has some of the pleasingness, silliness and cast of made in heaven (see below) and was made in the same year, 1952. it only looks about 50 years older. the plot concerns an impoverished lord in scotland whose stately home is in danger of being requisitioned and turned into a hostel for national coal board employees. barbed comment on a labour government and austerity britain are among the incidental pleasures of castle in the air. another is the presence of that charming fellow, david tomlinson. no pet clark this time, alas, but margaret rutherford more than compensates. chance of a lifetime https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jiqwrqpuira one of sir bernard’s (as he then wasn’t) essays on industrial relations. chance of a lifetime gives basil radford the role of his life as dickinson, the owner of a small engineering company, who, from words spoken in exasperation and then honoured out of pride, hands over management of his tractor-making plant to the workers. a great social experiment begins. the capital and labour issue which so exercised marx is handled in a gritty and clear-sighted and exciting way: the deferred delivery of the steel (deferred because bankers and businessmen want to sabotage the venture) serves the same function in this film as the arrival of the cavalry in a western. its left-wing credentials are impeccable: co-written by walter greenwood, author of love on the dole, and written and directed by (sir) bernard miles, who also plays stevens, an unassuming man who accepts his elevation with diligence and a furrowed-brow. miles, uniquely among british actors of his generation, spoke in his native accent, an attractive west country one in his case. who couldn’t side with the workers when the factory is stuffed full of well-loved british character actors? these include future dr who patrick troughton as trouble-maker kettle, niall mcginnis (the sinister satanist from night of the demon) as baxter, a horny-handed rabble-rouser, and hattie jacques as alice, a blowsy type who puts him in his place. bolger, the factory-hand cum poacher, is played by geoffrey keen (last seen as an urban terrorist in high treason, the political polar opposite of chance of a lifetime), and more or less ubiquitous in british films of the period (1950, by the way). best of all, peter jones enjoys himself hugely as an east european trade commissar. the film is so good, and so neglected, it invites conspiracy theories of its own. was it purposely overlooked by tv programmers in favour of-union-bashing films like i’m alright jack and the silence (that is, before every b&w film was purposely overlooked by tv programmers)? you might be inclined to dismiss this as luvvie radicalism or soft left wishful thinking, but seriously, chance of a lifetime encapsulates the values we’re all going to have to fight for. if we haven’t already lost them. the church mouse https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g7gelrq_ftk&t=68s it begins by kidding about the march of progress, from the vantage of a thoroughly modern 1934, blessed by the advances of the dictaphone and women in the workplace. there’s an awful lot of kidding going on in the film – which charts the progress of betty (laura la plante) from forgotten woman, super-efficient secretary and blossoming sexual being. even unemployment is kidded about, although the light tone and comic exaggeration can’t conceal real feeling. this was 1934 and the very depth of the depression. mostly the film kids about sex. this is the earliest dubjax i’ve yet seen, and also the raciest, with characters tenderly swapping mae west catch-phrases. there might be something to this pre-code business. anything more graphic than a kiss, of course, would break the enchantment. the common touch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tfqbmzmjtde&t=48s made in 1941, the only direct reference made to the war is when a harmlessly deranged resident of charlie’s, a homeless shelter (or dosshouse, in the argot of the time), starts ranting in heavy german. “he’s had a sticky time,” explains tich, the odd jobs man and knocker-upper. “‘e didn’t quite see eye to eye with master hitler.” nevertheless, the unspoken question that haunts the film is what are we fighting for? closely followed by what do we want from the new world a-dawning? these are weighty questions, wrapped here as an entertaining parable, with lots of delirious musical interludes. things under imminent threat include cricket, the playing fields of eton, which is where we first encounter our hero, young peter henderson (geoffrey hibbert), hitting a six. peter is an orphan, and about to leave school to take charge of a large city firm. his father was the founder, and it was his dying wish for peter to take charge when he came of age. but the city firm propose to demolish some property which includes charlie’s, the homeless shelter. the shady board conspire to hide this from peter, relying on his callow inexperience. this privileged kid, however, is made of sterner stuff. he and a pal masquerade as homeless youths to go on a fact-finding mission to charlie’s. a second education follows, and his eyes are opened to the lovable vagabonds, out-of-work musicians and general good eggs who reside at charlie’s. some other things under threat include the geegaw toys cherished by a tramp at charlie’s. “someday people will turn again to simple, beautiful things,” he says, wringing every ounce of pathos from the words. what started as a ripping yarn about a posh kid has now turned into an arresting polemic. the common touch advocates nothing less than the eradication of class distinction and the adoption of a new set of values. this is expressed most overtly in the final scene, where the residents are discussing their new life, now that the threat of eviction has been lifted. “all this talk about better things, homes and all that, do you suppose they really mean it?” “you know i think they really mean it, this time, tich.” “blimey, it would be like heaven on earth.” close-up on the tramp (the one with the toys), radiantly beaming and directly looking at the audience. “and why not?” he says. the music surges. there’s a lot of music in the common touch because music is the practical means by which this social transformation is to be achieved. to simplify, the toffs like bossa nova with plenty of razzamatazz, while the down-and-outs go for syncopated jazz. the reconciliation between high and low is achieved when a concert pianist on his uppers (mark hambourg) performs tchaikovsky’s piano concerto in the street on a piano on wheels. an orchestra in coat tails join in during a flashback to his glory days in international concert halls. his destitute listeners are enraptured. “the boys like a bit of music,” explains tich. contraband https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qmeel_y7mdg&list=pl6ppltwczl_axe2ltvz0av6qn7spxy15v an early archers, this michael powell and emeric pressburger collaboration followed a spy in black. contraband has a nice freewheeling structure. strangers are thrown into each other’s company – he (conrad veidt) is the captain of a neutral merchant vessel ship and she (valerie hobson) is a passenger who steals his shore ticket. the film follows them as they make their rounds. it’s nicely inconsequential to begin with: london in blackout and fog, a meal in a restaurant with an eccentric, ebullient owner. but then, this being wartime and a propaganda vehicle, she needs must turn into a mata hari figure and be kidnapped by a cell of german spies, and he must enlist the staff of the restaurant to rescue her. hokum after emil and the detectives: emeric's influence, i guess. fans of the archers might note the emergence of the charming foreigner figure, quite risky in this context, which reached its apotheosis in the anton walbrook character in the life and death of colonel blimp, who was - shock! horror! – a good german. churchill wanted to have it banned. valerie hobson is a fine actress, and very good in parts where fragrancy is put under pressure (as in real life: she was married to john profumo). and, if i’m not mistaken, esmond knight is actually sighted in this film, it’s so early. an invaluable member of the archers repertory company, knight was blinded during the war, and subsequently regularly appeared in character parts in archers films, indifferent as to whether the role required sight or not. michael powell was a loyal employer. in short, contraband is lightweight but essential powell/pressubrger, and is warmly recommended, whereas a later archers with a wartime theme, ill met by moonlight – www.youtube.com/watch?v=ltezgbgamgc – is ok to skip, and isn’t on the dubjax lists. daybreak https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u8oeh4yeyly the plot twist comes early on, before the central flashback (so this is no spoiler): one of the benefits of having a secret life as a judicial hangman, surely, is the opportunity it gives you to hang the man who led your wife to suicide. but this is thrown away, just as the ultimate act of vengeance is thrown away. all that’s left is an inexorable sleepwalk into tragedy. the emotional inarticulacy of every player in the drama is laid bare. speech is terse and evasive; everyday banalities conceal the scars of untold psychological damage. frankie (ann todd) has been a prostitute, but the censors excised all reference to this, making the motivating impulses of eddie and frankie all the more opaque and unfathomable. just like real life. the irredeemable bleakness of a fassbinder or bergman has a forerunner here. eddie – a notable addition to eric portman’s portfolio of dark and ambiguous characters – is not a bad fellow, he just embodies the british characteristics of repression, reserve and stunted emotion. daybreak resembles an anglo l’atalante set in hell: gravesend being the closest the location scout could find to hell. flame in the streets https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qvrvriz356a set against the backdrop of black immigration and simmering racial tension, this social drama concerns jocko palmer (john mills), a shop steward committed to the working class cause who is forced to go beyond platitudes when his daughter, kathie (sylvia syms) announces her intention to marry peter (johnny sekka), a black man. it’s a creditable attempt to tackle difficult subject-matter, but the presence of wilfred bramble as jocko’s father-in-law recalls the well-intentioned harold steptoe announcing “i keep saying to ‘em you’re just as good as i am”, and then festering with discontent (his default position) when he isn’t applauded for the humane sentiment. flame in the streets is a very humane film, and perhaps too even-handed: it attempts to invest dignity in nell (brenda de banzie), jocko’s wife and, we come to realise, a bitter racist. gabriel gomez (earl cameron, best remembered as the absent father in a taste of honey), is the central black character, and likeable but maddeningly passive, whilst peter is so peripheral and bland we can only take the passion of the transgressive couple on trust. this revealing period-piece was directed by roy ward baker in 1961. that is, i sincerely hope it’s a period-piece. the ghost camera https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qsjajeklfxk&t=13s a picture which seemingly shows evidence of a murder? that’s right, the ghost camera shares a plot with antonioni’s blow-up. a few minor details diverge. john, a geeky kind of guy (henry kendall), finds a camera and develops the photographs within to find the owner. the incriminating shot is daringly stolen from under his nose. another shows a pretty young thing posing by an identifiable doorway. hooking up with may (ida lupino), the aforesaid pyt, they attempt to get to the bottom of the mystery, which somehow involves may’s brother, ernest (john mills), who, significantly, works at a jeweller’s and has disappeared. no-one in antonioni’s film actually says, “oh i say, that will be splendid. this is becoming a genuine adventure!” or has the hero say, “i can’t stay here. that would be too unconventional.” this when may is frightened by an intruder in the night and too scared to sleep alone. “it must be terribly tiring for you,” says may, snuggling up to john. “oh no, on the contrary, i find it excessively stimulating.” this in 1933! if antonioni had dialogue like that, blow-up might be a more entertaining film. as it is, the ghost camera exhibits a bit more commitment to straight-forward narrative than blow-up. john mills – just the right age for pip in great expectations, incidentally– is so young he seems somehow unformed. the same goes for david lean, credited with editing. ida lupino is an interesting figure. she went on to be a 'b' movie star in the usa and became hollywood’s token female director in the fifties, and (a piece of trivia courtesy of wikipedia here) was the only person to direct and star in an episode of the twilight zone. high treason https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sb-sypkdljy&t=1903s ordinary people – a mild, cat-loving clerk who works in the docklands, an ex-raf officer with a small electrics shop – meet under the auspices of the elgin modern music society and whisper significant things to each other like “march 16th”. the music itself is not bad: minor key meanderings and all, but not as awful as the film-makers intend. an undercover policeman has infiltrated the society and can’t quite conceal his distaste, much to the irritation of his neighbour, who is valiantly trying to give his all to the music. this is an uncredited part by michael ward, a character actor used as an instant signifier of otherness, effeminacy and pseudery. the society, it turns out, is the front for a faction whose dark intentions do not brook sabotage and indiscriminate killing. a slick, refined mp (more tom driberg than oswald mosley) is waiting in the wings to seize power when the country has been brought to its knees. praise be, that terrible day is averted, thanks to the efficiency of mi5’s intelligence gathering, and specifically its well-maintained card index system. our boys foil an all-or-nothing assault on battersea power station at the finale. together with i’m alright jack, this film destroyed roy boulting’s left-wing credibility. i see a dark stranger https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=10hnue6ekyi the flaw here is a characterisation of the irish that can best be described as quaint. centuries of oppression are reduced to an unreasoning downer on oliver cromwell. how can you tell that the film was made by a pair of englishmen, confirming bridie quilty’s worst suspicions of englishmen?frank launder and sidney gilliat clearly have the 39 steps in their minds. taken in the right spirit – which is to say, very, very lightly – dark stranger is enjoyable as comedy and moderately exciting as hokum. worth watching for trevor howard (my favourite leading man after they made me a fugitive), and the young deborah kerr (as bridie) is every bit as radiant as the young ingrid bergman. it's not cricket https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ujrrqucpoxk basil radford and naunton wayne were as loved in their day as another immortal double act, morecambe and wise, and turned up in comedies (naturally), thrillers (the lady vanishes) and even, improbably, ghost stories (dead of night). they carry it’s not cricket all on their own, and a very light vehicle it is too. the morecambe and wise comparison suggests itself because one routine here, in which the bumbling duo inadvertently wreck a high-toned theatrical performance, anticipates a scene in eric and ernie’s the riviera touch. to see the distinguished thespian maurice denham ham it to the hilt as a comic nazi is to appreciate that everyone starts at the bottom. the producers comes to mind, but then it’s quite easy to start thinking of other movies when watching it’s not cricket. anything for a bit of distraction. law and disorder https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=htqg1hez-v8 from the same team – charles crichton, director, and t.e.b. clarke, scriptwriter – that made the lavender hill mob, and what a come-down it is. michael balcon, the ealing studios producer, and missing because ealing was winding down in 1958, clearly was more than just an administrator. law and disorder strains to turn the old winning formula – about amiable professional criminals, witless law enforcers, maverick english characters – into a coherent storyline. michael redgrave was never a natural at comedy. there was always too much going on behind that urbane front. on the other hand, anything in black and white with walk-on parts by irene handl, john le measurer and lionel jeffries will pass the time very nicely, thank-you. just as long as no-one is expecting the lavender hill mob. scrolling down to the comments, an informed person (ted glen) relates that jeremy turnham, who plays colin, went on to write the cult children's tv series, children of the stones, which is a quietly mind-blowing fact. nb this film has been removed by the copyright enforcers. the lavender hill mob i could believe... made in heaven https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ueb5ecwv_vu an attractive bit of fluff about an attractive bit of fluff, from 1952. the plot revolves around the dunmow flitch. it hadn't registered with me what a dunmow flitch is, despite possessing the dick miles album of the same name, which shows that enjoyably lightweight old films can be more educational even than folk music. the dunmow flitch is a custom from the town in deep essex: a side (or ‘flitch’) of bacon is awarded to the married couple who can convince a judge and jury that in a 'twelvemonth and a day' they have 'not wisht themselves unmarried again’. young marrieds basil (david tomlinson) and julie topham (petula clark) enter the contest just at the moment when a strain is put on the relationship by the arrival of a hungarian housemaid (sonja ziemann). basil and julie live in a household with all his family in a grand mansion, which makes sense only when you learn that the hon. william douglas-home wrote the original story, and sir alec was his brother. the housemaid is a vacuous seductress who turns the head of every man who sees her. the charm of the film is reflected by the charm of the players. david tomlinson is the original charming man, and deserves to be remembered for more than mary poppins. petula clark was never more than a pretty wee thing in a corner of the british film industry, and went on to find her true metiér as a homegrown chansonnier – and then there was ‘down town’! – but she lit up every film she appeared in. and with a supporting cast of notables such as dora bryan, alfie bass and richard wattis, how can made in heaven fail? how can basil and julie fail? the film pits marriage against romance and concludes that there is no distinction. it loads the argument just a little by casting a teenage petula clark as the wife. for all its glamorous hungarians, made in heaven is very conventional, chaste and sweet. but why not maid in heaven? it's a minor point, admittedly, but the missing pun would put an even greater shine on all the bliss. midnight episode https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ylotdtr7xm&t=511s stanley holloway plays the professor, a down-and-out who lives by his wits, and is possibly too shrewd for his own good, as he manoeuvres for advantage from a murder he accidentally stumbles upon. the story is a cut above your average musty british mystery hokum. the clue is in the credits, easy to miss in small print: based on the novel monsieur la souris by george simenon. musty, by the way, is a compliment in my vocabulary. it is the right word though, as the low-budget film looks and feels like something made around the time of the novel, 1938. it portrays a demimonde of lovable rogues, rascals and quasi-stellar vagabonds – epitomised by stanley holloway, who exudes charm even in the gutter – that would be extinct a decade from its actual date, 1950. operation diplomat https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=chdnaueq2mm the viewer’s response to operation diplomat depends on whether they’re one of those tolerant types willing to admit the film to the pantheon of so-bad-it’s-good. it certainly evokes a parallel universe unburdened by any link to reality, if that can be counted as a good thing. as it is, operation diplomat stands as a textbook example of an early phase in the development of the thriller genre. i realise that dr fenton and loyal lisa durand are supposed to be a doctor and nurse team, but even so, their nonchalance to dead bodies is breathtaking, and there’s something disconcerting too about their cheerful indifference to their own personal safety. the breakthrough came when thriller directors realised that pathological lack of emotion was scarier in bad guys than good guys. the passing of the third floor back https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a1ldztdieae&t=7s a manichean struggle in a boarding house in 1935. wild! the thirties was a very strange period, and though the outside world scarcely intrudes into the claustrophobic setting (with the exception of an idyllic boat trip), the extreme times are reflected in every inch of celluloid. essentially an angelic stranger and an odious parvenu battle for the soul of an innocent skivvy. the stranger was always going to be a tough part to play, but conrad veidt pulls it off with innate tenderness and charisma. he’s scarcely as other-worldy as another lodger. miss kite, as played by beatrix lehmann, is a ringer for both david bowie and the somnambulist from the cabinet of dr caligari. and though the religiosity of the film is uncompromisingly weird, it doesn’t stint on the thanklessness of the stranger’s mission. let’s face it, none of the residents of the boarding house are worth saving. can a woman who wears as much make-up as miss kite seriously be considered one of the elect? (this is the issue that barred paradise to susan in the last book of the narnia chronicles.) these reversals, and the tacit acknowledgement that evil is eminently capable of counteracting good, give the film a powerful charge, and, dare i say it, a spiritual frisson. based on the book by jerome k. jerome. personal affair https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cdwe0w-hils&t=144s couched in civilised, understated terms (the values of the film), the strapline of personal affair might be the unfortunate consequences of misplaced love. stephen barlow (leo genn) is an inspirational latin teacher and barbara (glynis johns) is his pupil, 17-years-old, bright, and a dunce at latin. she secretly harbours a passionate crush on him. a private coaching lesson at his house culminates in kay (gene tierney), stephen’s wife, semi-amusedly accusing barbara of being in love with her husband. collapse and flight of barbara. stephen tries to make things right and phones and meets her. he neglects to see her onto the bus. barbara disappears. gossip and innuendo sweep the town. the river is dragged. everyone is destroyed, or would be, were it not for the british stiff upper-lip, this being 1953. it’s hard to imaginable a world so middle-class and white, populated by such consistently sensitive, reasonable and impeccably behaved characters (barring one or two lapses of judgement) were personal affair remade today. the girl’s father, henry vining (walter fitzgerald), a newspaper editor, is positively eloquent. this is his cheerful assessment of his wife, vi (megs jenkins), before the realisation that something is badly wrong: “my dear wife thinks that human happiness depends on everyone’s mind being an amiable blank.” even the neurotic aunt (pamela brown), who meddles so disastrously, is unusually emotionally articulate. imagine if the same situation befell the characters in daybreak. it wouldn’t be a film, it would be a harrowing social services enquiry (this makes me admire daybreak more). even so, personal affair is far more wrenching than might be expected, and really ratchets up the tension. alongside kay, the viewer begins to doubt stephen. the disintegration of vi vining is devastating. this is a typically affecting performance from megs jenkins (elsewhere the anxious housekeeper in the innocents). although everyone is good, including michael hordern and thora hird in small parts, and glynis johns, as the confused, and largely absent teenager. could personal affair be remade today? well a sex scene every ten minutes is de rigueur in contemporary cinema: that’s just the problem. and then i remembered notes on a scandal, starring judi dench and cate blanchett, which inhabits the same middle-class milieu, albeit more multicultural and chaotic, and one which is modern enough to admit the fact of sex. notes on a scandal, in fact, with a few minor changes, could be the story of the neurotic aunt. the quiet woman https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zffaxzymxnu&t=1879s if there are seven basic plots in the world, this is the one about the escaped prisoner who comes seeking an old flame for a hide-out. to be honest, it was better done in it always rains on sunday. then there’s a sub-plot about the unpromising love affair between the secretive pub landlady, jane (jane hylton, a touch on the pallid side), and the smuggler/gentleman painter, duncan (derek bond), a rubbish painter. does it matter? not a bit! we don’t demand transcendence, just a pleasant potboiler to put us in our comfort zone. this does the job very nicely thank you. the sussex location is evocative; harry towb makes his screen debut as the renegade jim, and dora bryan as elsie, the maid, is, well, very dora bryan, which is always a good thing. 1951. the rocking horse winner https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e5f_dmnn8zq&t=3s it strikes that this is a deeply subversive film. it’s not just the anti-materialist message wedded to an eerie story. that would makes for a powerful experience in itself. there are also disturbing subliminal sexual undercurrents, which would be too crude to spell out, so you shall have to discover them for yourself. d.h. lawrence wrote the original story. it’s a great performance by valerie hobson, the ultimate english rose, which makes her cupidity as hester grahame all the more shocking. the scene with the shabby fence is unforgettable. all lingering prejudice against hobson – mostly to do with estella’s disconcerting metamorphosis in great expectations – is erased by her role here. john mills stars as bassett, the ex-horse racer handyman, and he also produced. but what is it about the supernatural and children that makes for such uncomfortable viewing? the child in peril is paul, played by john howard davies, the very embodiment of smiling innocence, and every bit as lovable as he is in oliver twist. and there is nothing, not money, not his cosy middle-class background, not his good intentions and sweet character, not the love of his mother; nothing can save this lost boy from falling into profound evil. the pessimism that permeated english cinema and english culture at the time (1949) reaches its apotheosis in the rocking horse winner. no ending is as bleak as this. so long at the fair https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rvqg_ugm60u&t=60s here’s a plot that is perennially intriguing: ordinary couple do ordinary things – here a brother and sister arrive in paris for the exposition universelle in 1889 – only one party disappears, and everybody is in flat denial that the party ever existed; protagonist doubts sanity, etc. it was used, in another context, in the phantom lady, a noir in which elisha cook jnr does a manic gene krupa turn, and whose fate oddly mirrors its plot in that no-one has seen it or knows of its existence. anyway, there’s a satisfyingly plausible explanation for the mystery here (the phantom lady has some hokum about a mad criminal genius). jean simmons is very winning as a damsel in distress, and david tomlinson is as personable as ever. only dirk bogarde’s quiff strikes a jarring note. they made me a fugitive https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=42rpxqe2fcu&t=17s what a terrific film! the title alone is to be savoured, smacking of outsider angst, bitterness and anger. the ‘me’ is a glowering and sullen trevor howard as clem, who, finding it difficult to adjust to peacetime life (the film was made in 1947), joins a gang of black marketeers for kicks. he and the gang leader, narcy (short for narcissus: griffith jones), a vicious psychopath, form an instant mutual dislike. after expressing distaste about graduating from cigarettes and nylons to heroin, and with some sexual rivalry implied, clem is framed by narcy and is sent down for fifteen years for the murder of a policeman. he escapes, and heads to london to perpetrate his revenge. the british gangster genre supposedly began with brighton rock, but they made me a fugitive did it earlier and better (i might be being unfair, as i haven’t seen brighton rock for a long time and i quite liked it). it was directed by alberto cavalcanti, also responsible for the ‘christmas party’ and ‘ventriloquist’s dummy’ sequences in dead of night (i.e. the best bits) and the wartime ‘germans in arcadia’ shocker went the day well. there’s is a big difference between cynicism and evil, the film tells us, but the distinction is lost on most people. every word delivered by trevor howard (a terrific performance) is etched in acid, while narcy’s speech is a strange compound of the hard-boiled and surreal, as when he sneers at a henchman who refuses to carry a gun, “don’t be so reactionary, this is the century of the common man” (this, with full-on contempt). sparingly used expressionism heightens the hallucinatory effect. the undertaker’s used as a front for the gang’s activities is as memorable as mrs wilberforce’s detached dwelling in kings cross (the ladykillers) or norman bates’ house (psycho), and is, wonderfully, adorned by three giant letters on the roof – rip. the violence which erupts so suddenly and shockingly in went the day well is mirrored here in the scene where mrs fenshaw (veda hope, the boiler-suited union girl in the man in the white suit) provides the fugitive with food, a bath and clothes but at what price! we see that clem is the scapegoat for the rottenness that permeates society. it's a pessimistic view, but they made me a fugitive was made in 1947, a bumper year for pessimism. trent's last case https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wdlyu5mc8z4&t=624s this british b-movie stars orson welles and the great miles malleson, yet it creaks so badly that i was forced to abandon viewing after about ten minutes. the same thing happened when i tried a second time. if anyone out there is more patient, perhaps they can tell me about orson welles’ guest cameo. for my part, i saw enough to know that trent’s last case is no the third man, and the biggest cuckoo clock in switzerland can’t turn it around. turn the key softly https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zm0l2s9hr4c&t=2s three women are let out of prison together and the film follows them as they criss-cross through the first 24 hours of freedom. they embody three types of womanhood: monica, “still young”, her girlfriend tells her, and noble and troubled (yvonne mitchell, a shoe-in for these roles); granny quilliam, a good-hearted, simple soul, inveterately drawn to petty shoplifting (kathleen harrison, a welcome presence whenever she turns up), and stella, pretty and shallow and full of girlish acquisitiveness (a perfectly cast joan collins). the positive qualities of turn the key softly include sensitively drawn characterisation and a lustrously filmed london; the west end resembles wonderland in 1953 (and cannonbury, unseen, stands for boring respectability). the slide into melodrama towards the end can be forgiven: turn the key softly still makes better viewing than the snows of kilimanjaro, starring gregory peck and ava gardner, the film stella whiles aways the afternoon with. i know because i once tried watching it myself. the two-headed spy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zsgup8g-iow ostensibly a british flag-waver about how we won the war. again. but all these fifties films set during the war had a dual purpose, and two-headed is just about right. jack hawkins is known for his stiff upper lip, but here, living a lie as a british spy promoted to german officer, his denial of emotion is complete, and he is utterly broken once he lets his guard down. the film offers a case-book study of repression, and offers a few sharp shocks by way of catharsis. in contrast to films actually made during the war, which are sanguine and glib to the point of silliness (see contraband), post-war british cinema consciously aimed to assuage the national trauma that was world war 2. jack hawkins is clearly one of the walking wounded, and is clearly one of us. wanted for murder https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rweckqayr7k&t=57s from out of nowhere, here’s a film that sheds light on the peeping tom controversy. peeping tom, made in 1960, was the first film michael powell made without his partner emeric pressburger since 1937’s the edge of the world. a portrait of a serial killer, it uncomfortably made the link between film, voyeurism and sex crime, and outraged taste and decency upon its release. for an analogy, imagine if p.g. wodehouse had followed through uncle fred in the springtime with last exit to brooklyn. a subsequent rehabilitation, led from the front by martin scorsese, means that we’re all supposed to hail peeping tom as powell’s masterpiece. i’m not convinced. my own feeling is that peeping tom is as nasty and unpleasant as first supposed, and powell went off the rails without his long-time collaborator’s steadying influence. wanted for murder blows that theory right out of the water, as a screen nasty from 1946 about a psycho who goes about london parks strangling women co-written by emeric pressburger. it’s every bit as glib about the desperate subject matter as contraband is glib about world war 2. the tone of peeping tom was inappropriate too; that was part of its problem. the viewer began to suspect that powell was indulging his macabre sense of humour, or worse, his in-jokes, at their expense. cheerfully despatching moira shearer, the star of the red shoes, for example. what was that all about? but more than anything, wanted for murder raises concern about eric portman. what a strange cove he was, consistently drawn to dark and ambiguous characters. let’s see, there was eddie in daybreak, a hangman in his secret life and catatonically numb in everyday existence (wanted for murder also treats of the devastating consequences of the hangman’s profession), and there was thomas colpepper, the celebrated deviant jp in a canterbury tale, sociopathic seaman hobson in we dive at dawn, and an aloof and rigid patrician in a child in the house. to this list we can now add serial killer victor james colebrook to the list. it makes you wonder about portman the man. a tormented homosexual, i gather, without knowing much about it. ps you have to be eternally vigilant with apple’s spellcheck facility: emeric automatically turns into emetic. filed under dyverse dyatribes « previous page   search for: categories select category abner burnett (5) africa (3) americas (8) blues (9) dyverse dyatribes (53) dyverse lists (11) dyverse values (7) dyverse visuals (2) europe (13) folk (23) fusion (3) hero worship (13) i am here (26) i was there (34) interviews (8) jazz (57) manchester scene (36) middle east (1) obsessions with... 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