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The Big Shakedown (1934)

The Big Shakedown is exactly what happens when a big city gangster played by suave Ricardo Cortez puts pressure on small time pharmacist Charles Farrell and his soon to be […]

Singing With the Stars

Each and every time I wander through an antique store or mall looking for original movie posters and lobby cards I’m always reminded of one certainty. Very rarely do I […]

Adventures of Captain Fabian (1951)

Once again Errol Flynn stars in another film utilizing the Adventure tag in the title harkening back to the days of Robin Hood and Don Juan when he was still […]

Split Second (1953)

If one were to subtitle this Dick Powell directed feature then how about, The Petrified Forest Meets The Atomic Age. While we don’t get Bogie, Howard or Davis, we do […]

Anthony Caruso : More Than The Henchman

This article on Mr. Caruso was kindly featured in the September 2014 issue of The Dark Pages put forth by Karen of Shadows and Satin. My first recollection of Anthony […]

It’s Love I’m After (1937)

Even after numbering over 8000 movies as seen I still make the mistake of pigeon holing certain films based on a quick glance of who is in them. Guilty as […]

Madame Sin (1972)

Serving as both star and executive producer we find Robert Wagner attached to this rather bizarre yet eerily effective at times thriller. From the opening scenes we find Wagner shadowed […]

Murder In Three Acts (1986)

Peter Ustinov as Hercule Poirot for me is a delight. Six times he portrayed the famed Belgian sleuth. Three for theatrical release and three for the small screens movie\mystery of […]

Ann Sheridan Poster Gallery

When you grow up trying to catch as many movies featuring the tough guys of the thirties and forties cinema on the late late show you start to notice the […]

Where Love Has Gone (1964)

Susan Hayward versus Bette Davis. An explosive combination on paper. A bit less so on film. These two great actresses who were both known to tear up the screen and […]

Dead Ringer (1964)

In 1942 Bette Davis and Paul Henreid created a stir when Paul lit up a couple of smokes and gave one to Bette. Here we are 22 years later and […]

The Big Cube (1969)

More like the bizarre cube. Lana Turner enters the realm of Joan Crawford and William Castle films with this psychedelic trip taking her into hallucinations and attempts to drive her […]

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