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Sidney Lumet Archives
Sidney Lumet, Director • 50 Items / 1 Book, 48 Films, 1 Review
The Pawnbroker (1965)
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    The Screen: Harlem, Mon Amour (Review)
    The Pawnbroker (1965 Film), by Sidney Lumet
    1. The Pawnbroker (1965 Film) by Sidney Lumet
    Commonweal, May 14, 1965, p. 255
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    Movies: A Critic in from the Cold (Review)
    The Pawnbroker (1965 Film), by Sidney Lumet
    1. The Pawnbroker (1965 Film) by Sidney Lumet
    The Saturday Review, August 1, 1964, p. 19
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    The Movies: The Awakening of Sol Nazerman (Review)
    The Pawnbroker (1965 Film), by Sidney Lumet
    1. The Pawnbroker (1965 Film) by Sidney Lumet
    The Saturday Review, April 3, 1965, p. 37
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    Films (2 Reviews)
    The Pawnbroker (1965 Film), by Sidney Lumet
    1. The Pawnbroker (1965 Film) by Sidney Lumet
    2. Nobody Waved Goodbye (1965 Film) by Don Owen
    The Nation, May 10, 1965, pp. 515-518
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    Films: Melpomene In Harlem (2 Reviews)
    The Pawnbroker (1965 Film), by Sidney Lumet
    1. The Pawnbroker (1965 Film) by Sidney Lumet
    2. The Yellow Rolls-Royce (1964 Film) by Anthony Asquith
    The New Republic, April 24, 1965, pp. 23-24
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    The Current Cinema (3 Reviews)
    Breaking Free
    1. Nobody Waved Goodbye (1965 Film) by Don Owen
    2. The Pawnbroker (1965 Film) by Sidney Lumet
    3. The White Voices (1964 Film) by Pasquale Festa Campanile and Massimo Franciosa, ...
    The New Yorker, April 24, 1965, pp. 163-165
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    Movies in Brief (6 Reviews)
    In Harm's Way (1965 Film), by Otto Preminger
    1. In Harm's Way (1965 Film) by Otto Preminger
    2. Operation Crossbow (1965 Film) by Michael Anderson
    3. Nobody Waved Goodbye (1965 Film) by Don Owen
    4. The Pawnbroker (1965 Film) by Sidney Lumet
    5. The Tomb of Ligeia (1965 Film) by Roger Corman
    6. The Train (1964 Film) by John Frankenheimer and Arthur Penn
    National Review, June 15, 1965, pp. 518-519