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Man’s Favorite Sport? (1964)

While the legendary Howard Hawks may not be remaking his own Rio Bravo here as he kind of did with El Dorado, he freely borrowed a classic bit from his […]

Now Playing 1963 / 1965 London, Ontario

A couple of vintage newspapers revealed some interesting combinations at the local theaters here in London, Ontario, Canada. Plenty of viewing choices to pick from and not a superhero in […]

A Novel Idea…. The Next Chapter.

Never judge a movie by it’s book cover. In my never ending search for movie memorabilia I frequently hit book shops and thrift stores and inevitably find myself looking at […]

Darby’s Rangers (1958)

Subbing in for Charlton Heston who was originally slated to play Col. William Darby in this Wild Bill Wellman military bio, is first time leading man James Garner assuming the title role. “Maverick […]

Now Playing : A 1960’s Flashback

I love it when I come across old newspaper listings for what was playing at the theater. The ads feature great come on advertising lines and some pretty cool double […]

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 […]

Julie (1956)

This black and white feature film from director Andrew L. Stone and producer Martin Melcher represents a major departure in the film career of Doris Day. It’s a murder mystery […]

That Touch of Mink (1962)

This bedroom farce gives us Gig Young delivering some genuine laughs with able support from Audrey Meadows, Cary Grant being …… well shall we say very Cary Grantish and Doris […]

Do Not Disturb (1965)

Having firmly planted herself in the bedroom farce genre, Doris Day tackles Paris, England and Rod Taylor this time time out. It’s a tale of Doris and Rod as a […]

The Helen Morgan Story (1957)

Director Michael Curtiz continued his long association with Warner Brothers with this biopic of the famous singer from the roaring twenties enacted here by Ann Blyth. Early on Ann finds […]

At the Movies With Mom

My love of films comes from both my parents. Dad loved to talk of the westerns while Mom seemed to know most of the actors and character players that endlessly […]

It’s a Great Feeling (1949)

I have always enjoyed revisiting this Warner Brothers comedy musical for a variety of reasons led by the voice of Doris Day and the antics of Jack Carson. It’s really […]

Doubting Thomas (1935)

Year in and year out I find someone new to discover when it comes to over a century of movies. This year found me seeing my first Deanna Durbin movie […]

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