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Manila Calling (1942)

Looking back to the release date of this Sol Wurtzel production, it’s easy to understand the racism involved with WW2 underway. Does that excuse it when looking at it over […]

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 […]

One Eyed Jacks (1961)

The iconic Marlon Brando directed only one film in his entire career and with it, gave us what I’ve always felt to be a vastly underrated effort that co-starred his […]

The Great Bank Robbery (1969)

Flawed and uneven this western spoof may be and it’s surely attempting to cash in on the popularity of Support Your Local Sheriff, yet, having said that there is an […]

Black Zoo (1963)

Welcome to Conrad’s Animal Kingdom. Sounds like a nice place to take the wife and kids. That is until you see the owner and caretaker. It’s Michael Gough which instantly […]

Baby Face Nelson (1957)

I’ve been wanting to see this film since I was in high school going through film books at the local library. There was a publicity shot of Mickey Rooney and […]

Love Crazy (1941)

Once again the teaming of Myrna Loy and William Powell comes up aces. These two pros play off each other so well that it’s no wonder MGM teamed them for […]

Stranger on the Third Floor (1940)

One question. Where’s Peter Lorre’s Oscar for Best Supporting Actor? If Anthony Quinn can win the award for a similarly short role in Lust For Life then surely the Academy […]

Black Cobra (1976)

What did I get myself into with this bizarre seventies softcore film starring Laura Gemser? The better question here is what the HELL is Jack Palance doing in it? It’s […]

Love Is News

One of 5 films handsome Tyrone Power and classy Loretta Young joined forces to make in the late 30’s. This one is a 1937 comedy that comes in at a […]

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