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How Do You Spell Holiday?

For the next week or so I’m spelling it beginning with an R for road trip as I head to the province of Nova Scotia to visit family. Yes Mike’s […]

Dillinger (1945)

By the time Monogram released this crime thriller that gave Lawrence Tierney his first starring role, the real life Public Enemy Number 1, John Dillinger, had been dead 11 years. Famously […]

Betrayed (1954)

“A spy has no character. He only assumes one.” Clark Gable played his final role for MGM in this WW2 spy thriller alongside Lana Turner and Victor Mature. Gable rose […]

Terror On A Train (1953)

aka Time Bomb In the same year that saw Glenn Ford star in one of his most iconic films, Fritz Lang’s The Big Heat, he also headlined this minor entry […]

This Week in TV Guide 1965

Thanks to a sister who owns and operates an antique shop, I had a chance to look thru a few TV Guides she had in stock from the year 1965. […]

Operation Petticoat (1959)

The year 1958 may have offered up a pair of war time dramas of the submarine variety for audiences with Gable and Lancaster in Run Silent, Run Deep followed by […]

They Met In Bombay (1941)

This colorful heist film from MGM features Clark Gable in fine form that somehow morphs itself into an adventurous war film that features Clark Gable in …………… fine form. In […]

Fedora (1978)

Is it just me or is this like a lost, not quite classic Billy Wilder flick that reunites him with his leading man from Stalag 17 and Sunset Boulevard, William […]

Three Cornered Moon (1933)

Light comedy director Elliott Nugent, who had just started his career with 1932’s The Mouthpiece, helmed this early screwball comedy with Claudette Colbert taking center stage in black and white under […]

The Criminal Code (1931)

In the year that saw the long time supporting player Boris Karloff attain “overnight” stardom, he played far more diverse roles than just the Monster of Mary Shelley’s imagination by […]

Run Silent, Run Deep (1958)

While Burt Lancaster was as big a star as Hollywood could boast of by 1958, the actor wasn’t scared to give up top billing to play opposite a screen legend […]

Wild Bill Wellman ; Hollywood Rebel

By William Wellman Jr. What do you know about Wild Bill? Me? I think of airplane pictures and tough guy actors that populated his films. Titles like Wings and The […]

Night Flight (1933)

On toughening up pilots, John Barrymore has this to say, “softness, weakness means death.” This star studded effort from Clarence Brown by way of MGM casts Barrymore as the head […]

Meet the Press …. A Poster Gallery

Here I am attending the opening Press conference in just a few hours at the TCM Festival in Hollywood so why not throw together a gallery of movie posters featuring […]

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