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Tag: Humphrey Bogart

Women’s Prison (1955)

While it may seem a tad unfair, this behind bars picture that features a sadistic Ida Lupino as the edgy prison warden headed over the top is ripe for poking fun […]

Knock On Any Door (1949)

“Knock on any door and you may find Nick Romano.” Under the Columbia banner, Humphrey Bogart and his own Santana Production outfit presented this courtroom effort to the movie going […]

Treasure of the Amazon (1985)

Leading man Stuart Whitman is once again enlisted by writer/director Rene Cardona Jr. to star in this exploitation fare that comes in the wake of the incredible box office dollars […]

Manila Calling (1942)

Looking back to the release date of this Sol Wurtzel production, it’s easy to understand the racism involved with WW2 underway. Does that excuse it when looking at it over […]

Highway Dragnet (1954)

From director Nathan Juran comes this less than stellar Noir effort from writer-producer Roger Corman but it’s one that has a major plus when the blood has stopped flowing and the […]

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 […]

Virginia Mayo Goes West Part 2

Next up are a pair of westerns that saw Virginia reteam with two well known leading men of the era with whom she had starred with in earlier outdoor adventures. […]

Cold Sweat (1970)

I’ll agree that this Terence Young directed effort might not be the best movie of Charles Bronson’s career but it might be the best he ever looked on camera. One […]

Dan Duryea : Heel With a Heart

By Mike Peros Dan Duryea is one those actors who is unforgettably identifiable. I can still recall the first time I saw him on the TV screen as a kid […]

The Breaking Point (1950)

Here’s an article I was fortunate enough to have published in the 2016 year end edition of the Noir Magazine, The Dark Pages. Thanks to Karen and Kristina for the […]

Dead End (1937)

Some films from yesteryear just seem to play better to today’s modern audiences and I would number Dead End among them thanks to the strong direction of William Wyler and the […]

Race Street (1948)

It’s an old plot with a leading actor who had by this time played the same role for years but why should that bother me or my enjoyment of a […]

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