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This epic depiction of the Oklahoma Land Rush is dated because of its portrayal of racial stereotypes while its place in history stands more on its epic depiction of the land rush rather than as a whole film. This year marked the first time there were 10 nominees for Best Picture, a practice that persisted until and was revived in This epic three-hour musical biography of theater impresario of Florenz Ziegfeld William Powell took liberties with historical facts, but also managed to take home the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Another biographical film that took its share of liberties with history, The Life of Emile Zola was nonetheless an affecting drama about the life of the French artist Paul Muni , whose rise to fame intersected with the political scandal of the Dreyfus affair. Ironically, Fleming was brought onto the film to replace George Cukor after leaving The Wizard of Oz , which also received a nomination.
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Download the new Indpendent Premium app Sharing the full story, not just the headlines Download now. Shape Created with Sketch. Alfred Hitchcock's 20 Greatest Films Show all Generally considered to be the first British talkie, although there is some debate about this, Blackmail began life as a silent movie with Hitchcock given permission to shoot a few sound sequences.
Instead, he shot both a sound and a silent version, with the latter actually holding up best. Two young men murder a friend just for the thrill, conceal his body in a trunk and then hold a macabre dinner party to test whether any of their guests suspect their crime. The aim was for the finished movie to look like one continuous shot, giving the audience the impression that everything on screen happens in real time.
The Lodger was a sensation — a huge hit with critics and audiences alike — and Hitchcock himself considered it his first proper film. Aged just 27, Hitchcock was already an imaginative innovator, filming from below a plate glass ceiling to capture Novello anxiously pacing the floor.
Often dismissed as minor Hitchcock, but in reality much better than that, Saboteur is basically a reboot of The 39 Steps and a road movie of sorts, allowing Hitchcock to shoot extensively on location as the wronged man Robert Cummings traverses America from California to New York seeking to prove his innocence. It all leads to one of the greatest of all Hitchcock climaxes atop the Statue of Liberty.