Some Typewriters I’ve Watched Recently


Adaptation, Spike Jonze, 2002

Bernie, Richard Linklater, 2011

The Disorderly Orderly, Frank Tashlin, 1964

La Cérémonie, Claude Chabrol, 1995

La Route de Corinthe 1

La Route de Corinthe 2
La Route de Corinthe, Claude Chabrol, 1967

Mazes and monsters 1

Mazes and monsters 3

Mazes and monsters 4
Mazes and Monsters, Steven Hilliard Stern, 1982

Sherlock Game of Shadows 1

Sherlock Game of Shadows 2

Sherlock Game of Shadows 4

Sherlock Game of Shadows 3
Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, Guy Ritchie, 2011

Tintin 1

Tintin 2

Tintin 3
The Adventures of Tintin, Steven Spielberg, 2011

Unfaithful Wife
La Femme infidèle, Claude Chabrol, 1968

Who s Minding the Store 1

Who s Minding the Store 3

Who s Minding the Store 4

Who s Minding the Store 2
Who’s Minding the Store?, Frank Tashlin, 1963

About Kevin L. Ferguson

Associate Professor of English and Director of Writing at Queens
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5 Responses to Some Typewriters I’ve Watched Recently

  1. Richard P says:

    I always enjoy your collections of film typewriters.

    I see that Tintin owns a Granville Automatic, which is also the name of a typewriter-loving musical duo.

  2. I remember that electric typer from Spike Jonze’s “Adaptation.” I enjoyed the film a lot, Chris Cooper was the bomb.

    I’ll have to check out those Chabrol films.

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