One Down, Two to Go (1982)

Anytime I can sit back and watch Fred Williamson and Jim Brown act tough, count me in. Now add in Richard Roundtree and Jim Kelly and you would think it […]

The Undercover Man (1949)

Four years before Harry Cohn turned Glenn Ford loose in Fritz Lang’s The Big Heat he assigned him to this Robert Rossen production from director Joseph H. Lewis. Although this […]

Sweet Dreams (1985)

If there is one thing you can count on about CLASSIC Country Music singers it’s that all the ingredients are there for a good film biography. Great music, love stories, […]

Chandler (1971)

I hate to do this to the legendary Warren Oates but this film is a mess. For years that’s pretty much what I have heard from other sources but I […]

Hawaii (1966)

In my quest to see all films with Richard Harris as well as Gene Hackman I finally got around to watching this Walter Mirisch epic length production. The film is […]

Inside the Mafia (1959)

When gangland favorite Ted de Corsia plots to take over the syndicate he finds himself a marked man so he turns his loyal soldier Cameron Mitchell loose to take out […]

The Black Castle (1952)

Here is somewhat of a departure for Noir/Western themed actor Stephen McNally. For this Universal International release he gets to ham it up immensely as Count Karl von Bruno who […]

Video Introduction

Yours truly fumbling my way through a video introduction. Remember I love watching films and do not claim to be an actor or director. 🙂

Across 110th Street (1972)

This violent seventies film jump starts very quickly as 3 men out to make a quick score take down a money exchange between the Harlem mob and the local Italian […]

Money From Home (1953)

In their 10th starring vehicle together Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis headline this 3D production based on a story from Damon Runyon. Like any Runyon story we get gamblers, gangsters […]