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Tag: Fred MacMurray

Murder, He Says (1945)

Supposedly Fred MacMurray stepped in to this eerie tale of backwoods madness as a Bob Hope substitute over at Paramount and in the end, he delivers a hilarious performance while […]

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 […]

Time to Read a Good Movie

More of those movie tie-ins that can make for a nostalgic look back to simpler times at both the movie theater and the Mom and Pop book shops. Let’s start […]

Sing, You Sinners (1938)

Not only does this engaging Paramount production give us an opportunity to see Bing Crosby croon a few songs alongside Fred MacMurray but it serves as a reminder that Donald […]

The Shaggy Dog (1959)

Brando’s Pick of the Month You might say it was inevitable in the selection of canine classics available that “Brando the movie watching Dachshund” would want to sit in and see […]

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 […]

The Ugly Dachshund (1966)

Brando’s pick of the month. According to my little pal Brando, there’s no such a thing as this title would have us believing. Now that we’ve got that out of […]

Gun For a Coward (1957)

This western tale from Universal International takes Fred MacMurray into cattle country where his on screen younger brother, Jeffrey Hunter struggles to man up and be the cowboy he and […]

More of Those On Screen Movie Dads

Let’s kick off this year’s look at movie Dad’s with three versions of The Champ. 1931 saw Wallace Beery and Jackie Cooper take to the screen. The next version switched […]

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