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Midway (1976)

This Walter Mirisch production represents a style of movie making we’re not likely to ever see again. Not only is it a star studded effort done in a documentary style […]

The Last Challenge (1967)

“A man either get’s smart or get’s dead.” MGM released this latter day Glenn Ford western and the final film of long time director Richard Thorpe that at times rides […]

The Purple Gang (1959)

Serving as both the narrator and lead investigator in out story, Barry Sullivan takes top billing for this prohibition tale of the notorious Purple Gang that terrorized Detroit back when […]

The Man Called Noon (1973)

Here’s a western that in my opinion tries it’s best to imitate the style and feel of a spaghetti western and kind of succeeds despite the cast and director. None of them being […]

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 […]

Return From the Sea (1954)

Let me ask you this. Are you a fan of westerns, gangster films and low budget fodder from the 1970’s? If the answer is yes then surely I don’t have […]

The Honeymoon Machine (1961)

I can only guess that Glenn Ford was unavailable for this military comedy from MGM. A genre that Ford frequently excelled in during the late fifties and on into the early […]

The Burglar (1957)

It may have taken Jayne Mansfield’s sudden ascension to Marilyn Monroe like status in the latter part of the 1950’s to get this Noir tale a proper release but it’s Dan Duryea […]

Miss Sadie Thompson (1953)

One of the more identifiable movie roles for ‘The Love Goddess” Rita Hayworth, Miss Sadie Thompson was originally released in 3D to cash in on the 50’s craze and allow […]

Destry (1954)

If Alfred Hitchcock can famously remake his own The Man Who Knew Too Much than what’s to prevent Raoul Walsh from redoing High Sierra as a western called Colorado Territory […]

Terror On A Train (1953)

aka Time Bomb In the same year that saw Glenn Ford star in one of his most iconic films, Fritz Lang’s The Big Heat, he also headlined this minor entry […]

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 […]

Cowboy (1958)

Cowboy marked the fifth consecutive western in a row to be directed by Delmer Daves, three of which cast western favorite Glenn Ford in the lead role. The previous two […]

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