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Le Giornate del Cinema Muto - Pordenone Diary Day 8

 Well here we are, I can scarcely believe it, the last day of the festival. Where has the time gone? I don’t know but it’s not incorrect to say time flies when you’re having fun because wasn’t yesterday Monday?  There were only three programs today the first being a Jack Hoxie western Don Quickshot of the Rio Grande 1923). This breezy western began with a flashback to medieval times with our hero as a knight in shining armor wielding a ginormous Lance to vanquish his foes. This was my first western with Jack Hoxie, and it was fun it was certainly not Destry Rides Again (arguably director George Marshall’s best, if not, best known film). The film was assisted ably by the fantastic Neil Brand who just brought it for the entire festival. We who have attended Le Giornate have been so blessed because there is not one film that has not had someone fabulous accompanying. After a long lunch break we got our next film associated with Ellen Richter, in her role as a producer and not on screen. T

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