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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 […]

Below the Sea (1933)

“If I were running this ship, there’s three things I would bar. Women, dogs and gentlemen.” says a gruff and grizzled Ralph Bellamy. Opening with a bang, this sunken treasure […]

The Three Stooges (2000)

If you happen to be an enthusiastic fan of the legendary trio and know anything of their off screen stories, then like me this film should come across as a […]

If You Could Only Cook (1935)

There’s a lovely innocence to the early days of the screwball comedy and once again it’s Jean Arthur that best personifies the leading lady of both this film and the […]

Gideon’s Day (1958)

This day in the life tale of a Scotland Yard inspector may not be the most talked about title of the great John Ford’s career. But who cares, it’s an […]

Together Again (1944)

This entry into the screwball comedy genre comes by way of Columbia Studios and director Charles Vidor. It features Irene Dunne caught squarely in the eyesight of Mr. Charles Boyer’s […]

The Mob (1951)

Little did Columbia Pictures know that Broderick Crawford could and would be a viable leading man for them as the 1950’s approached. With his Oscar turn in All The King’s […]

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