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Doctor Faustus (1967)

The Liz and Dick show continued with this movie that comes off as if it’s an experimental horror film mixed with Shakespeare though it’s really 16th Century’s Christopher Marlowe’s penmanship […]

A Countess From Hong Kong (1967)

By all accounts this was a troubled production and met with harsh words from the critics at the time of it’s release. One that saw three iconic names in the […]

Courage of Lassie (1946)

Brando’s Pick of the Month I wasn’t sure if Brando picked this one for the appearance of the famed Collie or the participation of a young Elizabeth Taylor though I […]

Torpedo Run (1958)

“They don’t make stars like that anymore.” So says Ernest Borgnine in his autobiography when referencing co-star, Glenn Ford, as he recalls both his friendship and working relationship with Glenn […]

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 […]

Nightwatch (1997)

Let me preface this post by stating this Giallo like thriller has nothing to do with the Liz Taylor Hammer styled flick, Night Watch and also point out that this […]

The List of Adrian Messenger (1963)

If one were to go strictly by the cast list and noticing this film was directed by John Huston, then surely excitement would be in the air. That’s how I […]

Murphy’s War (1971)

“Man is only truly alive when he confronts death.” From director Peter Yates comes this WW2 tale of a man single handedly taking on a German Submarine along a Venezuelan […]

Wild River (1960)

Montgomery Clift only made 17 films yet his career encompasses so many great films and torturous performances. When he’s on camera I can hardly notice anyone else appearing on the […]

Elephant Walk (1954)

Before long time studio director William Dieterle returned back home to Germany in the sixties working mainly in television, his Hollywood output had slowed down substantially. One of his final […]

How about Robert Taylor?

I find it amazing how so many people in my circle of friends really have no idea who Robert Taylor is. It’s a shame that he hasn’t somehow stayed on […]

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