Somerset Maugham's novel of a destined-to-fail dalliance between a sensitive club-footed young man and an alluring but manipulative harpy. That's because of the committed, intense performance from Davis it's the film that finally convinced Hollywood that she was an actress to be reckoned with - and Bondage 's constant presence on the home video shelves as a cheap public domain title. Kino Classics' new edition of the film, mastered from a sharp print acquired from the Library of Congress, breathes new life into this torrid melodrama. Shockingly, it has been about 25 years since I've seen Of Human Bondage , when I took a break from cramming for some college exam and caught an airing on my local PBS affiliate back in the dark ages, when local PBS affiliates actually broadcast movies. The film was blurry and not in the best shape, but I remember enjoying Davis' out-there performance and the intriguing storyline.
Of Human Bondage by W. Somerset Maugham - First Edition First Issue
This is a list of notable men who have appeared in gay pornographic films. Gay pornographic films trace their origins to the Athletic Model Guild , founded in Los Angeles in , which produced photographs and still images later turned into films and porn loops. The list includes male actors in gay pornographic films who may be notable for their gay pornography and those who may be notable for other reasons or both. The listing is alphabetic by first name. Some performers have many pseudonyms and stage names indicated here by a. Multiple pseudonyms are utilized for a variety of reasons including legal constraints, the appearance of having more actors working at a studio, an actor's wishing to disguise how many films he is working on or that he is doing work for another studio, etc.
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Struggling to make ends meet as a waiter, Pete takes a job working for his friend Tiff -- aka Mistress May -- in her sex dungeon. Pete gets stage fright, a customer's phone number and a lesson in tying knots. Tiff consults with Daphne, a prospective client. Pete's roommate makes him an offer that's hard to refuse.
Look Inside. It is the only story in which Zweig looks at Nazism, and he does so with characteristic emphasis on the psychological. Travelers by ship from New York to Buenos Aires find that on board with them is the world champion of chess, an arrogant and unfriendly man. They come together to try their skills against him and are soundly defeated.