Product Tag - James Mason

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    I Met a Murderer (1939)

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    I Met a Murderer (1939)

    An Englishwoman (Pamela Kellino) who writes novels meets a farmer (James Mason) who has just killed his nagging wife (Sylvia Coleridge).

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    The Yin and the Yang of Mr. Go (1970)

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    The Yin and the Yang of Mr. Go (1970)

    An American draft dodger and aspiring writer named Nero Finnigan (Jeff Bridges) becomes involved with the notorious Mr. Go (James Mason), an oriental organized crime mastermind. They conspire to blackmail an American weapons scientist into providing secrets to Mr. Go’s organization for resale to the highest bidder. “The Dolphin” then arrives, who is an American CIA agent and James Joyce scholar, and is charged with recovering the scientist and his work by whatever means necessary.[1]

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    Hatter's Castle (1942)

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    Hatter’s Castle (1942)

    The year is 1880. On the outskirts of the fictional small Scottish town of Levenford there stands a strange building, half cottage, half castle, embraced with thick stone walls. The townsfolk nickname the fortress “Hatter’s Castle”, for James Brodie, the man who built it. Brodie is a hatter who keeps the members of the family in fear and submission; he is brutal, arrogant, selfish and cruel. His wife, who has long been ailing, and his daughter Mary, are in awe of him. His son Angus, aged 15, alone dear to his heart, suffers under his love as the others suffer under his sternness.

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    Mayerling (1968)

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    Mayerling (1968)

    Crown Prince Rudolf of Austria (Omar Sharif) clashes with his father, Emperor Franz Joseph I of Austria (James Mason), over implementing progressive policies for their country. Ava Gardner plays his mother Empress Elisabeth. Rudolf soon feels he is a man born at the wrong time in a country that does not realize the need for social reform. The Prince of Wales (James Robertson Justice), later to become Britain’s King Edward VII, provides comic relief. Rudolf finds refuge from a loveless marriage with Princess Stéphanie (Andréa Parisy) by taking a mistress, Baroness Maria Vetsera (Catherine Deneuve). Their untimely demise at Mayerling, the imperial family’s hunting lodge, is cloaked in mystery, but the film’s ending suggests the two lovers made a suicide pact when they decided they could not live in a world without love or prospects for peace.

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    The Shooting Party (1985)

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    The Shooting Party (1985)

    1913, shortly before the outbreak of WWI. A group of aristocrats gathers at the estate of Sir Randolph Nettleby for a weekend shoot. As the terminal decrepitude of a dying class is reflected in the social interactions and hypocrisy of its members, only world weary Sir Randolph seems to realise that the sun is setting.

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    Madame Bovary (1949)

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    Madame Bovary (1949)

    A provincial doctor’s wife’s romantic illusions about life and social status lead her to betray her naive husband, take on lovers and run up ruinous debts.

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    11 Harrowhouse (1974)

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    11 Harrowhouse (1974)

    A small time diamond merchant jumps at the chance to supervise the purchase and cutting of a large first class diamond. But when the diamond is stolen from him, he is blackmailed into pulling off a major heist at the Diamond Exchange, located at 11 Harrowhouse.

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    The Man in Grey (1943)

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    The Man in Grey (1943)

    Melodrama about two girls whose fortunes run on very different paths.

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    Pandora and the Flying Dutchman (1951)

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    Pandora and the Flying Dutchman (1951)

    Albert Lewin’s interpretation of the legend of the Flying Dutchman. In a little spanish seaport named Esperanza, during the 30s, appears Hendrick van der Zee, the mysterious captain of a yacht (he is the only one aboard). Pandora is a beautiful woman (who men kill and die for). She’s never really fallen in love with any man, but she feels very attracted by Hendrick… We are soon taught that Hendrick is the Flying Dutchman, this sailor of the 17th century that has been cursed by God to wander over the seas until the Doomsday… unless a woman is ready to die for him…

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    A Place of One's Own (1945)

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    A Place of One’s Own (1945)

    An elderly couple move into an old, supposedly haunted abandoned house. A young girl comes to live with the pair as a companion for the wife. However, soon the girl is possessed by the spirit of another girl, a wealthy woman who had once lived in the house but who had been murdered there.

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    Bigger Than Life (1956)

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    Bigger Than Life (1956)

    A seriously ill schoolteacher becomes dependent on a “miracle” drug that begins to affect his sanity.

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    The Blue Max (1966)

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    The Blue Max (1966)

    A young pilot in the German air force of 1918, disliked as lower-class and unchivalrous, tries ambitiously to earn the medal offered for 20 kills.

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