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The Secret Invasion (1964)

Actor Stewart Granger is once again the focus here at Mike’s Take thanks to the time taken by Maddy Who Loves Her Classic Films. She’s put together a blogathon to […]

Almost Human (1974)

Plainly stated, Tomas Milian, delivers an all too realistic portrayal of a low life killer in this Euro Crime thriller from director Umberto Lenzi that leaves you heading for the […]

Gary Busey … A Man of Action

Long before Gary Busey became a media punchline he was a pretty damned good actor. Back in the early 1970’s he apprenticed opposite some well known actors like Robert Ryan […]

Jerry Lewis Posters Keep Us Smiling

With Jerry Lewis returning to the screen in Max Rose, it’s time to stop and recall the laughs he gave me during my childhood. Jerry’s films were always welcome in […]

Wrong is Right (1982)

When it comes to star gazing at films with multiple actors that I follow I usually jump at the chance. Which begs the question of why it took me so […]

Love and Bullets (1979)

Throughout the seventies Charles Bronson had been a busy action star appearing in an average of two to three films per year. After Telefon, The White Buffalo and Raid on […]

Viva Zapata! (1952)

At the time of this films release Marlon Brando was embarking on an incredible run of top films and arguably turned the acting world upside down with his ferocity in […]

The Violent Professionals (1973)

Shortly before his death in 1975, Noir favorite Richard Conte starred in a number of Euro crime thrillers including this Dirty Harry/vigilante style justice flick starring Luc Merenda. This one […]

Lee Van Cleef : A Top Gun

It’s no secret that I have always admired the not so good looking tough guys of cinema. Once the late sixties came around, guys like Lee Van Cleef became household […]

Never a Dull Moment (1968)

Anytime I have the opportunity to see Henry Silva, Jack Elam and Slim Pickens under the direction of Edward G. Robinson tormenting Dick Van Dyke is what I like to […]

The Return of Mr. Moto (1965)

After a hiatus of 26 years the famed┬áJapanese detective working for Interpol returns to the screens one year after the death of Peter Lorre who helped make the oriental sleuth […]

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