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Mike Nichols Archives
Mike Nichols, Director • 25 Items / 1 Book, 24 Films
Carnal Knowledge (1971)
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Published Reviews
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    The Screen: Feiffer's Follies (2 Reviews)
    Carnal Knowledge (1971 Film), by Mike Nichols
    1. Carnal Knowledge (1971 Film) by Mike Nichols
    2. Little Murders (1970 Film) by Alan Arkin
    Commonweal, September 3, 1971, pp. 453-454
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    On Films (2 Reviews)
    Carnal Knowledge (1971 Film), by Mike Nichols
    1. Carnal Knowledge (1971 Film) by Mike Nichols
    2. The Touch (1971 Film) by Ingmar Bergman
    The New Republic, August 21, 1971, p. 22
  3. Movies
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    Jules and Jack (3 Reviews)
    Little Murders (1970 Film), by Alan Arkin
    1. Little Murders (1970 Film) by Alan Arkin
    2. Carnal Knowledge (1971 Film) by Mike Nichols
    3. Drive, He Said (1971 Film) by Jack Nicholson
    Commentary, September 1971, pp. 24-38
  4. Film
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    Modalities of Sex (3 Reviews)
    Straw Dogs (1971 Film), by Sam Peckinpah
    1. Straw Dogs (1971 Film) by Sam Peckinpah
    2. Carnal Knowledge (1971 Film) by Mike Nichols
    3. Klute (1971 Film) by Alan J. Pakula
    Encounter, March 1972, pp. 32-35
  5. The Arts
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    Movies: Why Are They Saying Those Terrible Things About Us? (3 Reviews)
    Carnal Knowledge (1971 Film), by Mike Nichols
    1. Carnal Knowledge (1971 Film) by Mike Nichols
    2. Who Is Harry Kellerman? (1971 Film) by Ulu Grosbard
    3. Drive, He Said (1971 Film) by Jack Nicholson
    The Saturday Review, July 3, 1971, p. 18
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    The Current Cinema (4 Reviews)
    Pipe Dreams
    1. McCabe and Mrs. Miller (1971 Film) by Robert Altman
    2. Klute (1971 Film) by Alan J. Pakula
    3. Carnal Knowledge (1971 Film) by Mike Nichols
    4. The Anderson Tapes (1971 Film) by Sidney Lumet
    The New Yorker, July 3, 1971, pp. 40-44