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High Society (1956)

Just a short 16 years following the Grant-Hepburn-Stewart classic, The Philadelphia Story, from director George Cukor came this musical rendition utilizing the star power of Bing Crosby, Grace Kelly and […]

The Cowboy and the Lady (1938)

Prior to becoming a star in his own right, Gary Cooper, had appeared in one silent production brought to the screen by Samuel Goldwyn. 1926’s The Winning of Barbara Worth […]

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 […]

Battle at Bloody Beach (1961)

Breaking stride, real life WW2 hero, Audie Murphy, found himself in a war film as opposed to riding the trail taking on outlaws of all varieties in the western genre […]

Sing, You Sinners (1938)

Not only does this engaging Paramount production give us an opportunity to see Bing Crosby croon a few songs alongside Fred MacMurray but it serves as a reminder that Donald […]

Now Playing February 15th, 1952

Looking through this newspaper once again has me wishing time travel was possible. Not only to see the amazing collection of films playing in Toronto theaters but to con my […]

Mr. Music (1950)

Who better than Bing Crosby to play the lead role in a film titled Mr. Music circa 1950? It’s a familiar tale in this black and white feature from Bing’s […]

Gunfight at the O.K. Corral (1957)

It’s hard to come up with a better vehicle to showcase the on screen chemistry of cinema icons Burt Lancaster and Kirk Douglas than the tale of Wyatt Earp and […]

I Owe Russia $1200 … by Bob Hope

This tale of travel from the legendary Bob Hope is one with heart around all the laughs that features Bob giving us a narrative of the many USO tours he […]

Spider Baby (1964)

Who would have ever thought that like Bing Crosby, Elvis Presley or Frank Sinatra, the name of Lon Chaney Jr. would be added to those actors who have sang the […]

Follow the Sun (1951)

“We’ll start in Canada and kind of follow the sun.” Entering his most prolific decade as a leading man, Glenn Ford stars here as famed golfer Ben Hogan. The film […]

Here Come the Waves (1944)

While this may be a rather formulaic picture in the career of Bing Crosby, it does feature some funny hi-jinks with Betty Hutton in a dual role and allows us […]

Going Hollywood (1933)

For this month’s Movie Challenge from Kristina over at the world famous Speakeasy I have been assigned a film I probably would have gotten around to for the simple reason […]

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