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Robert Rossen Archives
Robert Rossen, Director • 12 Items / 11 Films, 1 Article
All the King's Men (1949)
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    The Screen: Know Your candidate (2 Reviews)
    Fame Is the Spur (1947 Film), by Roy Boulting
    1. Fame Is the Spur (1947 Film) by Roy Boulting
    2. All the King's Men (1949 Film) by Robert Rossen
    Commonweal, November 18, 1949, pp. 180-181
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    Movies: Big Week (3 Reviews)
    All the King's Men (1949 Film), by Robert Rossen
    1. All the King's Men (1949 Film) by Robert Rossen
    2. The Fallen Idol (1948 Film) by Carol Reed
    3. Fame Is the Spur (1947 Film) by Roy Boulting
    The New Republic, November 21, 1949, pp. 21-24
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    Ideas on Film (12 Reviews)
    The Cruel Sea (1953 Film), by Charles Frend
    1. The Cruel Sea (1953 Film) by Charles Frend
    2. The Promoter (1952 Film) by Ronald Neame
    3. The Story of Mandy (1953 Film) by Fred F. Sears and Alexander Mackendrick
    4. Wherever She Goes (1953 Film) by Michael Gordon#2
    5. The Magic Garden (1952 Film) by Donald Swanson
    6. Mahatma Gandhi: Twentieth Century Prophet (1953 Film) by Stanley Neal
    7. All the King's Men (1949 Film) by Robert Rossen
    8. The Young and the Damned (1951 Film) by Luis Bunuel
    9. Mexican Bus Ride (1952 Film) by Luis Bunuel
    10. Film Without a Name (1948 Film) by Rudolf Jugert
    11. Spice of Life (1948 Film) by Jean Dreville
    12. The Seven Deadly Sins (1953 Film) by Yves Allegret, Claude Autant-Lara, and Eduardo De Filippo, ...
    The Saturday Review, January 8, 1955, pp. 29-30