San Sebastian Film Festival 2015

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Blind Adventure (Country: US; Year: 1933; Director: Ernest B Schoedsack; Writer: Robert Benchley, Ruth Rose; Stars: Robert Armstrong, Helen Mack, Roland Young, Ralph Bellamy, John Miljan, Beryl Mercer, Tyrell Davis, Henry Stephenson, Laura Hope Crews, Frederick Sullivan, Desmond Roberts, Charles Irwin, Forrester Harvey, Marjorie Gateson, John Warburton)
An American in London becomes embroiled with a crime ring.
Chang: A Drama Of The Wilderness (Country: US; Year: 1927; Director: Merian C Cooper, Ernest B Schoedsack; Writer: Achmed Abdullah, Merian C. Cooper, Ernest B. Schoedsack; Stars: Natives of the Wild, Wild Beasts, The Jungle, Kru, Chantui, Nah, Ladah, Bimbo the Monkey, Namul, Than)
Documentary about man's conflict with elephants in Thailand.
Dr. Cyclops (Country: US; Year: 1940; Director: Ernest B Schoedsack; Writer: Tom Kilpatrick, Malcolm Stuart Boylan; Stars: Albert Dekker, Thomas Coley, Janice Logan, Charles Halton, Victor Kilian, Frank Yaconelli, Paul Fix, Frank Reicher, Jane Webb, Billy Wilkerson)
A mad scientist shrinks his colleagues.
The Four Feathers (Country: US; Year: 1929; Director: Merian C Cooper, Lothar Mendes, Ernest B Schoedsack; Writer: Hope Loring, Howard Estabrook, Julian Johnson, John Farrow, adapted from the novel by AEW Mason; Stars: Richard Arlen, Fay Wray, Clive Brook, William Powell, Theodore von Eltz, Noah Beery, Zack Williams, Noble Johnson, Harold Hightower, Philippe De Lacy, E.J. Ratcliffe, George Fawcett, Augustin Symonds, Rex Ingram)
Story of a man who is accused of cowardice by his friends.
Grass: A Nation's Battle For Life (Grass, the Epic of a Lost Tribe) (Country: US; Year: 1925; Director: Merian C Cooper, Ernest B Schoedsack; Writer: Richard Carver, Terry Ramsaye; Stars: Merian C. Cooper, Ernest B. Schoedsack, Marguerite Harrison, Haidar Khan, Lufta)
Anthropological documentary shot in Iran.
I'm King Kong!: The Exploits Of Merian C. Cooper (Country: US; Year: 2005; Director: Christopher Bird, Kevin Brownlow; Stars: Alec Baldwin, Merian C. Cooper, David Strohmaier, James D'Arc, Theodore Roosevelt, Paul M. Jensen, Ted Curtis Jr., Herbert Hoover, Terry Moore, Robert Armstrong, Bruce Cabot, Ernest B. Schoedsack, Haile Selassie, Marguerite Harrison, Rudy Behlmer)
Documentary exploring the life of the director and writer.
King Kong (Country: US; Year: 1933; Director: Merian C Cooper, Ernest B Schoedsack; Writer: James Ashmore Creelman, Ruth Rose; Stars: Fay Wray, Robert Armstrong, Bruce Cabot, Frank Reicher, Sam Hardy, Noble Johnson, James Flavin)
Still the big daddy of all monster movies.
The Last Days Of Pompeii (Country: US; Year: 1935; Director: Ernest B Schoedsack, Merian C Cooper; Writer: James Ashmore Creelman, Melville Baker, Ruth Rose, Boris Ingster, Jerry Hutchinson, G.B. Stern; Stars: Preston Foster, Alan Hale, Basil Rathbone, John Wood, Louis Calhern, David Holt, Dorothy Wilson, Wyrley Birch, Gloria Shea, Frank Conroy, William V. Mong, Murray Kinnell, Henry Kolker, Edward Van Sloan, Zeffie Tilbury)
A blacksmith becomes a corrupt gladiator in the doomed Roman city.
Long Lost Father (Country: US; Year: 1934; Director: Ernest B Schoedsack; Writer: GB Stern, Dwight Taylor; Stars: John Barrymore, Helen Chandler, Donald Cook, Alan Mowbray, Claude King, EE Clive, Reginald Sharland, Ferdinand Gottschalk, Natalie Moorhead, Doris Lloyd, Phyllis Barry, Tempe Pigott, Herbert Bunston, Charles Irwin, John Rogers)
Dramatic comedy about a father and daughter who are reunited after years apart.
Mighty Joe Young (Country: US; Year: 1949; Director: Ernest B Schoedsack; Writer: Ruth Rose, Merian C Cooper; Stars: Terry Moore, Ben Johnson, Robert Armstrong, Mr. Joseph Young, Frank McHugh, Douglas Fowley, Denis Green, Paul Guilfoyle, Nestor Paiva, Regis Toomey, Lora Lee Michel, James Flavin, Mary Gordon, Iris Adrian, Bobby Barber)
A family raises a baby gorilla.
The Most Dangerous Game (Country: US; Year: 1932; Director: Irving Pichel, Ernest B Schoedsack; Writer: James Ashmore Creelman, adapted from the novel by Richard Connell; Stars: Joel McCrea, Fay Wray, Robert Armstrong, Leslie Banks, Noble Johnson, Steve Clemente, William B. Davidson, Oscar 'Dutch' Hendrian, Buster Crabbe, James Flavin, Arnold Gray, Hale Hamilton, Landers Stevens, Phil Tead)
A hunter arranges a shipwreck... so he can stalk and kill the passengers.
Outlaws Of The Orient (Country: US; Year: 1937; Director: Ernest B Schoedsack; Writer: Ralph Graves, Charles F Royal, Paul Franklin; Stars: Jack Holt, Mae Clarke, Harold Huber, Ray Walker, James Bush, Joseph Crehan, Beatrice Roberts, Harry Worth, Tetsu Komai, Tom London, Richard Loo, Douglas Wood)
Men battle bandits in the Gobi desert.
Rango (Country: US; Year: 1931; Director: Ernest B Schoedsack; Writer: Ernest B Schoedsack; Stars: Jaro F├╝rth, Claude King, Rango, Roby Roberts, Douglas Scott, Tua, Ali, Bin)
Fantasy sees a father explain to his son that man's closest relative is the orangutan.
The Son Of Kong (Country: US; Year: 1933; Director: Ernest B Schoedsack; Writer: Ruth Rose; Stars: Robert Armstrong, Helen Mack, Frank Reicher, John Marston, Victor Wong, Ed Brady, Cy Clegg, Steve Clemente, Harry Cornbleth, Nathan Curry, F. Garrety, J. Goff, Oscar 'Dutch' Hendrian, Tex Higginson, Noble Johnson)
Then men who caught King Kong return to his island...
This Is Cinerama (Country: US; Year: 1952; Director: Merian C. Cooper, Gunther von Fritsch, Ernest B. Schoedsack, Michael Todd Jr.; Stars: Lowell Thomas)
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