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Feudin’, Fussin’ and A-Fightin’ (1948)

With the unlikely coupling of Marjorie Main and Percy Kilbride capturing the public’s hearts after their winning performances as The Kettles in 1947’s, The Egg and I, opposite leading players […]

Return of the Frontiersman (1950)

At just seventy-four minutes, this Technicolor feature from Warner Brothers proves to be an easy western to squeeze in on most any night of your choosing. If you happen to […]

Singing With the Stars

Each and every time I wander through an antique store or mall looking for original movie posters and lobby cards I’m always reminded of one certainty. Very rarely do I […]

Adventures of Captain Fabian (1951)

Once again Errol Flynn stars in another film utilizing the Adventure tag in the title harkening back to the days of Robin Hood and Don Juan when he was still […]

The Cross of Lorraine (1943)

This riveting tale of WW2 from MGM and director Tay Garnett focuses on war torn France during the German occupation and the terrors of a P.O.W camp where many of […]

Thieves Fall Out (1941)

In my desire to see more films from the earlier part of Eddie Albert’s career I settled on giving this one a look after checking the cast list and noticing […]

Christopher Columbus (1949)

Four hundred and fifty seven years in the making, The Rank Organization finally brings the story of explorer Christopher Columbus to the screen.  When it comes to historical drama’s and […]

Now Playing February 15th, 1952

Looking through this newspaper once again has me wishing time travel was possible. Not only to see the amazing collection of films playing in Toronto theaters but to con my […]

Cry Wolf (1947)

This rather odd film comes by way of Warner Brothers that sees Errol Flynn playing against type opposite Barbara Stanwyck that given a tweak here and there could easily have […]

The Man Who Finally Died (1963)

Mike’s Take on Stanley Baker Movies …… Part 1 Acquiring this Stanley Baker starring feature accomplished two points of interest for me personally. Not only had I not seen this […]

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