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Legendary Voice of Trailers Art Gilmore Dead at 98

4 October 2010 2:45 AM, PDT | Movieline | See recent Movieline news »

Art Gilmore, whose iconic voice narrated thousands of trailers from Dumbo to Rear Window to I Married a Monster from Outer Space, died recently from age-related causes at 98. Gilmore narrated over 2,700 trailers starting in 1950 and also served as a television announcer for The George Gobel Show, The Red Skelton Show, Mackenzie's Raiders, Men of Annapolis and Highway Patrol. As a memorial, take a trip down memory lane with two great trailers featuring Gilmore's voice after the jump. »

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Votd: 37 Movie Trailers Featuring Art Gilmore

3 October 2010 11:15 PM, PDT | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

Last week, Art Gilmore, the voice of many of the movie trailers from the 1950's and 1960's died at age 98. His voice has been heard on more than 2,700 trailers. We have rounded up a compilation of 37 trailers featuring Gilmore's famous voice over, embedded after the jump. “Radar Men from the Moon” (1952) Republic serial trailer. “Invaders from Mars” (1953) D: Wm. Cameron Menzies. Paranoid. “Cinecolor”. “Creature from the Black Lagoon” (1954) in “3-D”. “War of the Worlds” (1953) George Pal “The Conquest of Space” (1955) George PalThe Blob” (1958) Steve McQueen. “I Married a Monster from Outer Space” (1958) “I Was a Teenage Frankenstein” (1957) Whit Bissel. “The Amazing Colossal Man” (1957) “Rodan” (1957) Japanese follow-up to “Godzilla”. “Werewolf in a Girl’s Dormitory” (1961) “Robinson Crusoe on Mars” (1964) “Dumbo” (1941) “Gilda” (1946) Rita Hayworth, Glenn Ford “It’s A Wonderful Life” (1946) Jimmy Stewart D: Frank CapraShe Wore a Yellow Ribbon” (1948) John Wayne D: John Ford “Mighty »

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Clip joint: films within films

5 May 2010 7:40 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Roll up, roll up: there's a special offer on today's Clip joint – buy one, get one free. Georgie Hobbs goes four-eyed looking at movies within movies, little cinematic treats buried Kinder Surprise-style within the main feature

Some days it seems all new releases come with a two-for-one offer. You expected a single movie. But thrown in – totally free, probably somewhere round the middle – you got another. The film within a film looks like a device on the rise, from the not-yet-made The Spirit 3 that plays in a cinema in Kick-Ass, to the phoney trailers that kick off Tropic Thunder or Death Proof.

But it's not new, of course. As long as film-makers have been making films, they've been interested in getting metaphysical. So who's done it best? This month the BFI celebrates the work of the sole female director to emerge from the French new wave: Agnes Varda. Eighty-two last birthday and still going strong. »

- Georgie Hobbs

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