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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 […]

The Nevadan (1950)

Thanks to the Made On Demand line of DVD’s that are becoming a must for film collectors, I finally had the chance to see this Randolph Scott western that once […]

Vice Squad (1953)

A day in the life police procedural from United Artists has one driving force that makes the whole endeavor worthwhile. Mr. Edward G. Robinson. This film may have come at […]

The Last Voyage (1960)

  Far from flashy in comparison to the mighty Poseidon, this proved to be a first rate disaster flick  for it’s era with the ever stoic Robert Stack doing his […]

Quantez (1957)

Not to far back this year I got touched for another five dollars thanks to a western collection from Universal on DVD. No big hurt on the pocket book but […]

Tip on a Dead Jockey (1957)

With Madrid as a backdrop, Robert Taylor mixes smuggling, adventure and Dorothy Malone into 98 minutes of passable entertainment in this late career entry. It was produced by his long […]

Pillars of the Sky (1956)

Striking an impressive look on camera is steal haired Jeff Chandler riding into camera range in his military blues at the opening clip of this George Marshall feature. Once again […]

Mrs. O’Malley and Mr. Malone (1950)

Every now and then casting directors strike gold. When you take two of cinema’s best character players and put them in the leading roles of a fast moving murder mystery […]

Golden Rendezvous (1977)

Alistair MacLean wrote quite a few novels that were turned into motion pictures and a few of them quite successfully with The Guns of Navarone leading the way. This one turned […]

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