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  • Author: Robert Hatch

    Total Archives: 815 Items - 51 Articles, 763 Reviews, 1 Poem
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      (Review)
      God and Man at Yale, by William F. Buckley, Jr.
      1. God and Man at Yale by William F. Buckley, Jr.
      The New Republic
      , December 3, 1951, p. 19
    2. [+]
      (3 Reviews)
      Chance of a Lifetime (1951 Film), by Bernard Miles
      1. Chance of a Lifetime (1951 Film) by Bernard Miles
      2. The Lovers of Verona (1949 Film) by Andre Cayatte
      3. Up Front (1951 Film) by Alexander Hall
      The New Republic
      , March 26, 1951, pp. 22-24
    3. [+]
      (3 Reviews)
      I Want You (1951 Film), by Mark Robson
      1. I Want You (1951 Film) by Mark Robson
      2. Death of a Salesman (1951 Film) by Laszlo Benedek
      3. Miracle in Milan (1951 Film) by Vittorio De Sica
      The New Republic
      , December 31, 1951, pp. 22-24
    4. [+]
      (3 Reviews)
      Macbeth (1950 Film), by Orson Welles
      1. Macbeth (1950 Film) by Orson Welles
      2. Born Yesterday (1950 Film) by George Cukor
      3. Harvey (1950 Film) by Henry Koster
      The New Republic
      , January 15, 1951, pp. 30-32
    5.  
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      (4 Reviews)
      A Christmas Carol (1951 Film), by Brian Desmond Hurst
      1. A Christmas Carol (1951 Film) by Brian Desmond Hurst
      2. Oh, Amelia (1949 Film) by Claude Autant-Lara
      3. Come Fill the Cup (1951 Film) by Gordon Douglas
      4. The Man with a Cloak (1951 Film) by Fletcher Markle
      The New Republic
      , December 17, 1951, p. 20
    6.  
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      (3 Reviews)
      The Hollywood Story (1951 Film), by William Castle
      1. The Hollywood Story (1951 Film) by William Castle
      2. Fabiola (1949 Film) by Alessandro Blasetti
      3. The Interrupted Journey (1949 Film) by Daniel Birt
      The New Republic
      , June 18, 1951, p. 21
    7. [+]
      (2 Reviews)
      Jofroi (1933 Film), by Marcel Pagnol
      1. Jofroi (1933 Film) by Marcel Pagnol
      2. The Miracle (1951 Film) by Roberto Rossellini
      The New Republic
      , January 1, 1951, pp. 23-24
    8. [+]
      (4 Reviews)
      Fourteen Hours (1951 Film), by Henry Hathaway
      1. Fourteen Hours (1951 Film) by Henry Hathaway
      2. U.S.S. Teakettle (1951 Film) by Henry Hathaway and Lewis Seiler
      3. The Magnet (1950 Film) by Charles Frend
      4. Scott of the Antarctic (1949 Film) by Charles Frend
      The New Republic
      , March 12, 1951, pp. 22-24
    9. [+]
      (3 Reviews)
      The Whistle at Eaton Falls (1951 Film), by Robert Siodmak
      1. The Whistle at Eaton Falls (1951 Film) by Robert Siodmak
      2. The Well (1951 Film) by Leo C. Popkin and Russell Rouse
      3. The Mob (1951 Film) by Robert Parrish
      The New Republic
      , November 5, 1951, p. 22
    10. [+]
      (3 Reviews)
      The Steel Helmet (1951 Film), by Samuel Fuller
      1. The Steel Helmet (1951 Film) by Samuel Fuller
      2. Mad Wednesday (1947 Film) by Preston Sturges
      3. The Enforcer (1951 Film) by Bretaigne Windust and Raoul Walsh
      The New Republic
      , February 12, 1951, pp. 22-24
    11.  
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      (4 Reviews)
      The Medium (1951 Film), by Gian-Carlo Menotti
      1. The Medium (1951 Film) by Gian-Carlo Menotti
      2. An American in Paris (1951 Film) by Vincente Minnelli
      3. The Lavender Hill Mob (1951 Film) by Charles Crichton
      4. No Highway in the Sky (1951 Film) by Henry Koster
      The New Republic
      , October 22, 1951, p. 21
    12. [+]
      (3 Reviews)
      Teresa (1951 Film), by Fred Zinnemann
      1. Teresa (1951 Film) by Fred Zinnemann
      2. Minne (1951 Film) by Jacqueline Audry
      3. I Can Get It for You Wholesale (1951 Film) by Michael Gordon#2
      The New Republic
      , April 23, 1951, pp. 23-24
    13. [+]
      (4 Reviews)
      The Magnificent Yankee (1950 Film), by John Sturges
      1. The Magnificent Yankee (1950 Film) by John Sturges
      2. The Halls of Montezuma (1950 Film) by Lewis Milestone
      3. The Blue Lamp (1950 Film) by Basil Dearden
      4. Morning Departure (1950 Film) by Roy Ward Baker
      The New Republic
      , January 29, 1951, pp. 22-24
    14. [+]
      (4 Reviews)
      Strangers on a Train (1951 Film), by Alfred Hitchcock
      1. Strangers on a Train (1951 Film) by Alfred Hitchcock
      2. Ace in the Hole (1951 Film) by Billy Wilder
      3. The Frogmen (1951 Film) by Lloyd Bacon
      4. He Ran All the Way (1951 Film) by John Berry
      The New Republic
      , July 16, 1951, pp. 22-24
    15. [+]
      (4 Reviews)
      God Needs Men (1951 Film), by Jean Delannoy
      1. God Needs Men (1951 Film) by Jean Delannoy
      2. Lady Paname (1951 Film) by Henri Jeanson
      3. The Tales of Hoffmann (1951 Film) by Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger
      4. Angelo (1949 Film) by Francesco De Robertis
      The New Republic
      , April 9, 1951, pp. 22-24
    16.  
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      (3 Reviews)
      Alice in Wonderland (1951 Film), by Lou Bunin
      1. Alice in Wonderland (1951 Film) by Lou Bunin
      2. Alice in Wonderland (1951 Film) by Wilfred Jackson, Clyde Geronimi, and ...
      3. Show Boat (1951 Film) by George Sidney
      The New Republic
      , August 13, 1951, p. 21
    17.  
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      (2 Reviews)
      A Streetcar Named Desire (1951 Film), by Elia Kazan
      1. A Streetcar Named Desire (1951 Film) by Elia Kazan
      2. Pickup (1951 Film) by Hugo Haas
      The New Republic
      , October 8, 1951, p. 21
    18. [+]
      (5 Reviews)
      On the Riviera (1951 Film), by Walter Lang
      1. On the Riviera (1951 Film) by Walter Lang
      2. Sealed Cargo (1951 Film) by Alfred L. Werker
      3. Go for Broke! (1951 Film) by Robert Pirosh
      4. Tony Draws a Horse (1951 Film) by John Paddy Carstairs
      5. The Prowler (1951 Film) by Joseph Losey
      The New Republic
      , June 4, 1951, pp. 22-24
    19. [+]
      (4 Reviews)
      Payment on Demand (1951 Film), by Curtis Bernhardt
      1. Payment on Demand (1951 Film) by Curtis Bernhardt
      2. Miquette (1950 Film) by Henri-Georges Clouzot
      3. Operation Pacific (1951 Film) by George Waggner
      4. So Long at the Fair (1951 Film) by Antony Darnborough and Terence Fisher
      The New Republic
      , February 26, 1951, pp. 30-32
    20.  
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      (4 Reviews)
      Oliver Twist (1948 Film), by David Lean
      1. Oliver Twist (1948 Film) by David Lean
      2. The Secret of Convict Lake (1951 Film) by Michael Gordon#2
      3. Kind Lady (1951 Film) by John Sturges
      4. Bright Victory (1951 Film) by Mark Robson
      The New Republic
      , August 27, 1951, p. 21