Topic of the Month: nylon in feature films

Nylon in feature films

1) ) “Bus Stop“ (USA 1956) with Marilyn Monroe, Don Murray, Betty Field; director: Joshua Logan

2a) and 2b) “The Girl in Black Stockings“ (USA 1957) with Lex Barker, Ann Bancroft, Mamie Van Doren; director: Howard Koch

3a) and 3b) “Schwarze Nylons – heiße Nächte“ (FRG 1958) with Peter van Eyck, Horst Frank, Kai Fischer, Susanne Cramer, Helmut Schmid; director: Alfred Braun

4a) and 4b) “Die Nylonschlinge“ (BRD 1963) with Dietmar Schönherr, Gustav Knuth, Helga Sommerfeld, Ernst Schröder, Ady Berber; director: Rudolf Zehetgruber

5) “Lady L“ (F/I/GB 1965) with Sophia Loren, Paul Newman, David Niven, Philippe Noiret, Michel Piccoli; director: Peter Ustinov

6) “Deux billets pour Mexico“ (FRG/F/I/USA 1967) with Peter Lawford, Ira von Fürstenberg, Horst Frank, Eva Pflug, Siegfried Wischnewski, Herbert Fux, Wolfgang Kieling; director: Christian-Jaque

7a), 7b) and 7c) “The Graduate“ (USA 1967) with Dustin Hoffman, Ann Bancroft; director: Mike Nichols

8) “Barbarella“ (F/I 1968) with Jane Fonda, Anita Pallenberg, John Phillip Law; director: Roger Vadim

9) “Sweet Charity“ (USA 1969) with Shirley MacLaine, John McMartin and Sammy Davis Jr.; director: Bob Fosse

10a) and 10b) “Get Carter“ (GB 1971) with Britt Ekland, Michael Caine, John Osborne; director: Mike Hodges

11) “The Man Who Loved Women“ (F 1977) with Charles Denner, Brigitte Fossey, Leslie Caron; director: François Truffaut

12) “Dressed to Kill“ (USA 1980) with Michael Caine, Angie Dickinson, Nancy Allen; director: Brian De Palma

13) “Hussy“ (GB 1980) with Helen Mirren, John Shea, Paul Angelis; director: Matthew Chapman

14) “Ms. 45“ (USA 1981) with Zoë Tamerlis Lund, Albert Sinkys, Darlene Stuto; director: Abel Ferrara

15) “Personal Service“ (GB 1987) with Julie Walters, Shirley Stelfox, Alec McCowen; director: Terry Jones

16) “Nikita“ (F/I 1990) with Anne Parillaud, Jeanne Moreau and Jean-Hugues Anglade; director: Luc Besson

17) “High Heels“ (E 1991) with Victoria Abril, Marisa Paredes, Feodor Atkine; director: Pedro Almodóvar