When watching a movie from the Roger Corman stable of productions there should be a certain expectation level going in which includes some violence and nudity for the drive in crowd. For […]
Here is an independent production from Eagle Lion Films that is a low budget gem worth seeking out. Lynn Bari is a grieving widow whose sister Cathy O’Donnell is urging […]
Just heard on the radio this morning that Mick has left us. Not a surprising announcement considering his age I guess. Got me to thinking about my recollections of […]
Here’s a later day Kirk Douglas film that I remember playing at the theater when I was growing up. The other kids in my age bracket were talking about John […]
For this MGM black and white feature from Tay Garnett we have Loretta Young starring in a film produced and scripted by her then husband Tom Lewis. This is a […]
I decided to save this film to the end of my Errol Flynn salute because there is a scene in this film that I must admit makes it hard for […]
Errol Flynn in technicolor! Has to be considered a good thing and for this WB extravaganza Errol doesn’t disappoint his fans. Flynn as Don Juan had to seem a like […]
Happy Birthday Doris Day with the Groom Errol Flynn on her arm. Any idea what the film is?
“LET HIM LOOK TO NORWAY.” So says Winston Churchill over the closing credits of this black and white Warner Brothers WW2 would be propaganda film. Here we are years removed […]
Screwball comedy is not what we associate Errol Flynn with and although this film is by no means one of the genre’s classics it does show us that Flynn could […]
To kick off my week of rediscovering some Errol Flynn films I thought I’d start with his bigger than life performance as James J. Corbett that seemed to suit Errol […]
What’s Your Favorite Flynn Title?????
In a scene not uncommon to Cagney films we see Jimmy released from Sing Sing as the opening credits come to an end. The old gang members are there to […]
From MGM we have here Red Skelton dreaming of becoming a serious actor in the days of silent films. From his small home town he idolizes the screen heroics of […]
With a fast moving camera we dive right into this prison break film with our cast being introduced on the run led by William Bendix and Arthur Kennedy. This is […]
Starting Tuesday April 1st I am going to rediscover some Errol Flynn titles. Films that I haven’t seen in at least 10 years. I have been meaning to hi-light a […]