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A Bullet For Joey (1955)

If we’re to believe the story that Edward G. Robinson got into a fisticuff altercation with George Raft on the set of Manpower way back in 1941, both actors must […]

Split Second (1953)

If one were to subtitle this Dick Powell directed feature then how about, The Petrified Forest Meets The Atomic Age. While we don’t get Bogie, Howard or Davis, we do […]

The Criminal Code (1931)

In the year that saw the long time supporting player Boris Karloff attain “overnight” stardom, he played far more diverse roles than just the Monster of Mary Shelley’s imagination by […]

Man With the Gun (1955)

Considering this western casts “A” list” star, Robert Mitchum in the title role, it has the feel of a low budget entry worthy of a Rory Calhoun or an Audie Murphy. Then […]

Virtue (1932)

From Harry Cohn’s Columbia studios comes this fine example of the Hollywood pre-code era when studios would put more risqué topics on the screen, splashing it with a healthier dose of skin and sex […]

Angels Among Us

With the impact of It’s A Wonderful Life in our home growing up, it’s hard not to wonder as a child if I too had my very own Clarence looking […]

Storm Fear (1955)

A gang of bank robbers on the run hold up at a farm just as a winter storm hits the area forcing the criminals to play tough with the family […]

The Badlanders (1958)

This article on The Badlanders was published in The Dark Pages celebration on the film The Asphalt Jungle. Read on to find out……. In 1941 Humphrey Bogart starred as gangster […]

Below the Sea (1933)

“If I were running this ship, there’s three things I would bar. Women, dogs and gentlemen.” says a gruff and grizzled Ralph Bellamy. Opening with a bang, this sunken treasure […]

Murphy’s War (1971)

“Man is only truly alive when he confronts death.” From director Peter Yates comes this WW2 tale of a man single handedly taking on a German Submarine along a Venezuelan […]

Shamus (1973)

Burt Reynolds may not be playing Philip Marlowe in this Buzz Kulik directed flick but it sure has the feel of a parallel version of The Big Sleep right down […]

Philip Marlowe at the TCM Fest 2016.

Just before Elliott Gould takes to the stage to introduce his gumshoe role of Marlowe in Robert Altman’s The Long Goodbye, the festival will have just run the Bogart/Bacall/Hawks version […]

John Garfield on the Printed Poster

It isn’t easy to narrow the field of titles playing at the TCM festival but one title that’s playing is the final film of Noir favorite John Garfield. 1951’s He […]

Meet the Press …. A Poster Gallery

Here I am attending the opening Press conference in just a few hours at the TCM Festival in Hollywood so why not throw together a gallery of movie posters featuring […]

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