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Francis The Talking Mule (1949)

Brando’s Pick of the Month This Universal International production from house director Arthur Lubin launched the unlikely comedy of duo of Donald O’Connor and a Mule who just happened to […]

Project : Kill (1976)

Just four years short of having a major change in the direction of his career, Leslie Nielsen, takes a trip to the Philippines in this piece of exploitation fare along […]

The Raid (1954)

The one thing that westerns may have done better than any other genre at the height of their popularity was to give viewers a cast of actors that left us […]

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 […]

Shoot Out (1971)

Shoot Out represents the final western to be directed by Henry Hathaway. A man who had given us a wide variety of successful oaters including Rawhide, Nevada Smith and True […]

The End (1978)

Back in the good old days when Burt Reynolds was one of the leading contenders for the industry’s box office champ, he starred in and directed this black comedy that […]

Shenandoah (1965)

Towering over a first rate cast in this tale of the American Civil War and the strong bonds of family is legendary James Stewart. Jimmy stars as a widowed farmer […]

City of Bad Men (1953)

I freely admit I tuned into this “B” western because I knew Richard Boone was in it. But the title refers to more than one bad man so how about […]

Seminole (1953)

Here’s a Universal-International western that kind of struck me as a Mutiny on the Bounty wanna be in the Florida everglades. Rising star Rock Hudson plays a young Lieutenant under […]

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Strother Martin Film Project

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Cult, B-Movies, cheesy fun films to Film Noir to classics new to me.

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All things pulp and then some

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a personal odyssey through film

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Watching the strangest movies - so you don't have to...

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A Personal Journey Through Cinema & Television

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My perspective on life & Classic Movie Recommendations

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Methodically replaying every game of the 1978 baseball season!

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Looking deeper at the best classic movies

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Movies, Television, Books....Everything Noir

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by John Bengtson "the great detective of silent film locations" New York Times

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Where old movies go to live

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Uncovering the silent era

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"The only way to get rid of my fears is to make films about them." - Alfred Hitchcock

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The annex to John Grant's *A Comprehensive Encyclopedia of Film Noir*

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Reviews of movies from my giant DVD tower, and more.

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A Film by Film Affair with Humphrey Bogart

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You're ten seconds from watching an amazing film...

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...a classic film and TV blog

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. . where the worlds of film noir and pre-code collide . .

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Where Suspense Lives!

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Enjoying mystery, crime and suspense in all media

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Ruth's Old Movie Reviews

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They Don't Make 'Em Like They Used To

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Home for classic movie lovers

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classic movie views for the classic and not-so-classic movie fan

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