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Al Lettieri versus The Icons Part 1

Is Al Lettieri a household name? Admittedly no. However if you know your gritty seventies gangland films then you’ll know the face and like me, might even consider yourself a […]

He Ran All The Way (1951)

When I attended the 2016 TCM Festival in Hollywood, this final film in the career of John Garfield was playing at the Egyptian Theater and was clearly marked on my […]

Virtue (1932)

From Harry Cohn’s Columbia studios comes this fine example of the Hollywood pre-code era when studios would put more risqué topics on the screen, splashing it with a healthier dose of skin and sex […]

Wake of the Red Witch (1948)

This film produced during John Wayne’s tenure with Republic Studios not only offers one of the better non western adventures of his career but also as a film we can […]

Posse (1975)

The iconic film star, Kirk Douglas, only directed two movies in his lengthy career, the first was a misfire titled Scalawag in 1973, the second being this off kilter western that plays […]

The Black Room (1935)

Prophecies and Boris Karloff intertwine as we celebrate actors playing dual roles thanks to the blogathon brought forth by Christina Wehner and Silver Screenings. On leave from Universal, Karloff moved […]

Beware! The Blob aka Son of Blob (1972)

Superstar Steve McQueen returns to face off against the screen villain that he first met back in 1958 for debuting director and star of the recently cancelled I Dream of Jeannie, […]

Dr. X (1932)

“The more sensational it is the more the son of a guns love it.” Reporter Lee Tracy gets mixed up with scientific experiments via Lionel Atwill, an old dark house […]

The White Buffalo (1977)

A thundering spectacle! A shattering experience!” What more could one ask for when joining up for a blogathon celebrating nature’s fury kindly hosted by Cinematic Catharsis. It’s a welcome opportunity […]

Viva Knievel! (1977)

The influence of Evel Knievel was quite astounding when your a little guy in the mid to late seventies. No I never had the wind up Evel toy and his […]

Manhandled (1949)

Manhandled starring Dorothy Lamour………. hmmmmm. Sure sounds like 1949’s exploitation title of the year. Next question to be asked is in what manner of speaking is she being manhandled? Is […]

The Trap (1966)

Thanks to Kristina at Speakeasy and Ruth over at Silver Screenings, it’s time to celebrate the movies and people of my home country in the O Canada blogathon. For this […]

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