The Sleeping Beauty

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By on July 23, 2009

Category: 19
All Genres: Music
Release Year: 1955
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Runtime:
Rating: (0)
Languages: Spanish
Director: Clark Jones
Sound: Mono
Taglines:

  • Show biz wasn't ready for them. Are you?

  • Writing by: Jacob Grimm – story
    Wilhelm Grimm – story
    John Van Druten – introduction only

    Produced by: José Rovirosa – producer

    Cast: Frederick Ashton – Wicked Fairy
    Margot Fonteyn – Princess Aurora
    Edmund Gaynes – Narrator
    Dennis Kohler
    Jada Rowland – Child
    Michael Somes – Prince (as Michael Soames)
    David Wayne – Himself – Host

    Music: Mychael Danna
    Official Website: Visit Website


    Plot Outline: The true story of a young journalist who fell from grace when it was found he had fabricated over half of his articles.
    Plot: This film tells the true story of fraudulent Washington, D.C. journalist Stephen Glass (Christensen), who rose to meteoric heights as a young writer in his 20s, becoming a staff writer at “The New Republic” for three years (1995-1998), where 27 of his 41 published stories were either partially or completely made up. Looking for a short cut to fame, Glass concocted sources, quotes and even entire stories, but his deception did not go unnoticed forever, and eventually, his world came crumbling down…

    Movie Quotes: Stephen Glass: I don't know what you're talking about, okay. Those are all real people.
    Chuck Lane: They are?
    Stephen Glass: Yeah.
    Chuck Lane: Look at me… and say that again.
    Stephen Glass: (beat) Those are all real people.


    Crazy Credits: We know about 2 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    “Special Thanks to: Tabitha Stevens & Tawny Roberts” These porn actresses have a short cameo as dancers in the club.

    Goofs: We know about 5 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Audio/visual unsynchronized: When Chuck confronts Stephen in his office after realizing that Stephen's brother was the voice of George Sims. An expletive describing the voice mail was dubbed over to preserve the film's PG-13 rating.

    Trivia: There are 1 entries in the trivia list – like these:

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