by Richard Schickel and George Perry
by Richard Schickel
June 25, 2015 Longtime film writer Richard Schickel's unsatisfying collection of movie musings deems pleasure and intellectualism mutually exclusive.
September 18, 2008 In 1923, four brothers formed a motion picture studio that still thrives today: Warner Bros. Film reviewer Richard Schickel has written a book and produced a documentary for PBS, You Must Remember This, to celebrate 85 years of Warner Bros. movie history. Schickel walks through the famous WB back lot with Renee Montagne. Many of the studio's most famous movies were shot on that lot.
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July 22, 2006 Greats including Winston Churchill and Graham Greene weigh in on the legendary comic actor Charlie Chaplin in a new essay collection. Editor Richard Shickel talks about The Essential Chaplin.
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