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Edith Head: The Paramount Years (2002)

A tribute to the legendary costume designer Edith Head during her years providing costumes for the films of Paramount studio which includes Sunset Boulevard, Roman Holiday and many others ... See full summary »
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David Chierichetti ...
Himself - Edith Head Biographer
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A tribute to the legendary costume designer Edith Head during her years providing costumes for the films of Paramount studio which includes Sunset Boulevard, Roman Holiday and many others during her distinguished career that lasted more than six decades and earned her eight Academy Awards wins in between more than 30 nominations. Written by Rodrigo Amaro

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26 November 2002 (USA)  »

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This short bio was also featured as a Special Feature in Alfred Hitchcock's, To Catch a Thief. See more »

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Features The Buccaneer (1958) See more »

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puuhhhllleeeezzee
18 December 2004 | by See all my reviews

This mini-documentary did nothing for me. You have a guy, David, who is talking of Edith eccentricities of those glasses, while wearing what looks like something Seinfeld was tricked into wearing on the Tonight Show in one of the better Seinfeld episode. I mean please, paging Mr. Blackwell, you're needed at the front desk. Anywho, it's relatively short, but I still wouldn't recommend it. I've seen much better. It just makes me long that Paramount did a better job on the Special Edition. It IS a great movie. the extra should compliment that. Alas, they didn't. This short featurette can be found as an extra on the Special Edition of "sunset Blvd." My Grade: D+


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