Monthly Archives: September 2014

way back

First Broadway Screen Booking

This is The Letter which started the screen career of the motion picture on Broadway, at the famous Koster & Bial’s Music Hall, where the Vitascope had its premiere a month later.

casino royale

“Armed forces orgy takes a militant turn of the moment when the generals discover that Le Chiffre has been making five-star stag films of their fun…Animosities built up during the frantic bidding for the blackmail shots — in which the Oriental gentleman in bathtub bids 30,000,000 Chinese — are further aggravated when Mata Bond substitutes real war films for blue material. ‘I was technical director for the whole sequence,’ Woody notes, ‘calling on my vast experience as idea man in a French brothel. I contained myself magnificently during the shooting, although I must admit I still have a fair amount of Max Factor on my hands'”

the stickers on records

Lee Hazlewood seal

Weird seal sticker on Requiem For An Almost Lady. Lee Hazlewood. 1971.

dig the critics

Spring 1973

Sight and Sound. Spring 1973.

on your sleeve

Super Hits

Super Hits. Marvin Gaye. 1970.



Lindsay Anderson. 1968.



Jacques Tati in Trafic. Tati. 1970.