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  • The National Gallery screens "Shoeshine" from 1946, among the first of the Italian neorealist films.

    Free and Easy: Take the Mic or Take the Plunge

  • The National Gallery screens "Shoeshine," from 1946, among the first of the Italian neorealist films.

    Free & easy

  • These works didn't exclude imagination: The horse in "Shoeshine," for example, makes a dreamlike appearance at the grim conclusion.

    De Sica, Disillusioned Optimist

  • But despite the presence of children, a dog and an elderly retiree, cuteness is in short supply in films like "Shoeshine," "The Bicycle Thieves" and "Umberto D."

    De Sica, Disillusioned Optimist

  • These chilling portraits of desperate underclass youth, along with best foreign-language honorees "Shoeshine" and "Tsotsi," qualify as forebears more than anything produced in America.

    Variety.com

  • "Shoeshine," though still ignored or little-known in the U. S.

    Movie City News

  • Louis Gill Cobb, a fixture in downtown Lexington also known as "Shoeshine," died Wednesday from unspecified cardiac problems, according to the Fayette County Coroner's Office.

    Kentucky.com: Homepage

  • "(" Shoeshine, "1946), a tale of corrupted innocence in which two impoverished, high-spirited boys intent on buying a horse are drawn into crime and land in an appalling juvenile prison.

    De Sica, Disillusioned Optimist

  • 22.10 FILM: "Shoeshine," Italy/US, 1957, drama directed by Vittorio De Sica, with

    Kathimerini English Edition : Print Edition : 5/7/10

  • When Shoeshine opened in 1947, I went to see it alone after one of those terrible lovers' quarrels that leave one in a state of incomprehensible despair.

    What She Found in the Dark

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