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The Shootist (1976)

It is my belief that there has never been a better swan song in the movies than John Wayne’s role as J.B. Books in this Don Siegel directed film that surrounded […]

Deadline U.S.A. (1952)

Take a whole lot of Humphrey Bogart, add a hard nosed script by Richard Brooks and sprinkle a little class with Ethel Barrymore and you get a must see tale […]

Variety Girl (1947)

If you love playing spot the “star” when watching a classic feature this Paramount entry should do just the trick as it features a huge roster of faces from their […]

Frankenstein Unbound (1990)

When I learned that Janet aka Sister Celluloid was hosting the “Love Hurt” blogathon as a tribute to the work of John Hurt I immediately thought of two films to […]

Great White (1981)

This Italian import like many of it’s kindred has received numerous titles upon release in various countries around the globe. I know it as Great White due to it’s very […]

Olly Olly Oxen Free (1978)

For the second year I am joining in on the Katharine Hepburn birthday celebrations kindly put on by Margaret Perry once again. Last year I tackled one of my favorite […]

Royal Flash (1975)

When learning of the British Empire Blogathon graciously hosted by Phantom Empires and The Stalking Moon I immediately thought of Royal Flash for a variety of reasons. First off is […]

Mister Roberts (1955)

Mister Roberts is a film that one can either be for or against when comparing it to the actual stage play from whence it came. Unfortunately for Henry Fonda who […]

Captains of the Clouds (1942)

For the O Canada Blogathon kindly put on by Kristina at Speakeasy and Ruth of Silver Screenings the legendary James Cagney is joining the Royal Canadian Air Force to do […]

The Invisible Agent (1942)

If I were to be called upon to serve my country as a spy during a world war, I can’t think of a better cover than to be invisible. Sans […]

The African Queen (1951)

“Fancy me a heroine.” So says Rosie as played by Katharine Hepburn in one of maverick director John Huston’s most beloved films. For this celebration of Hepburn which is being […]

ELI WALLACH : Before Tuco There Was Calvera

When the opening credits of John Sturges’ The Magnificent 7 come to a close, Elmer Bernstien’s memorable western score  shifts dramatically as an army of bandits on horseback ride into the frame. […]

Bad Day At Black Rock (1955)

“You look like you need a hand.” That’s a heck of a line that says so much in a movie where the hero only has one good arm and not […]

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