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The 70th Berlinale International Film Festival will be held from February 20 to March 1, 2020.
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Vidor Retrospective is the hot ticket

Vidor Retrospective is a hot Alternate  Reality at Berlin 70

By Alex Castillo  Deleon

The Horrors of World War I -- graphically depicted in The Big Parade 1925


With the pickings slim this year in the competition section, and not much better in the other main sidebars, the nearly complete King Vidor retrospective covering some 33 films from the magnificent silent war saga The Big Parade, 1925, to War and Peace, 1956.  Vidor's career spanned some four decades and is a canny choice for a solid retrospective at Berlin 70. All films are in the category "The don't make 'em like this anymore" and are nearly all daily sellouts.

A selection of Vidor titles on tap:

Billy the Kid, La Boheme, The Champ, Comrade X (Gable and Lamarr), The Crowd, Duel in the Sun, The Fountainhead (Gary Cooper as spokesman for Ayn Rand), Japanese War Bride, Man without a Star, Northwest Passage, Our Daily Bread, Ruby Gentry, Solomon and Sheba, Stella Dallas, Street Scene, War and Peace.                                                            

Nota Bene: 

King Vidor is Not to be confused with:

Another Vidor in Hollywood, Hungarian born director  Charles  (Károly) Vidor, (A Song to Remember, 1945, starring Hungarian American  Cornel Wilde as Chopin).

Vidor is a fairly common Hungarian surname.  King Vidor was the son of a Nineteenth century Hungarian immigrant who settled in Texas.


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