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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 […]

This Week in TV Guide 1965

Thanks to a sister who owns and operates an antique shop, I had a chance to look thru a few TV Guides she had in stock from the year 1965. […]

Young Billy Young (1969)

This proves to be a peculiar western for a variety of reasons that casts a major western star in a by the numbers “B” effort that has a hard time […]

My Name Is Bill W. (1989)

Reuniting after a successful teaming in the 1986 telefilm, Promise, James Woods and James Garner brought their acting chops once again to the small screen for this inspiring story of […]

Gunfight at the O.K. Corral (1957)

It’s hard to come up with a better vehicle to showcase the on screen chemistry of cinema icons Burt Lancaster and Kirk Douglas than the tale of Wyatt Earp and […]

Darby’s Rangers (1958)

Subbing in for Charlton Heston who was originally slated to play Col. William Darby in this Wild Bill Wellman military bio, is first time leading man James Garner assuming the title role. “Maverick […]

Sunset (1988)

If memory serves, director Blake Edwards tale of real life characters in the early days of Hollywood took a pounding from critics at the time of it’s release. I’m not […]

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 […]

Murphy’s Romance (1985)

Girl next door Sally Field stars here in a slow moving romance film that works because of the actor playing the title role. Mr. James Garner. Martin Ritt directs Sally […]

James Garner: Movie Poster Memories

Year in, year out I find myself watching a James Garner film. Sometimes for the first time like Cash McCall, others because I have enjoyed repeated viewings like Support Your […]

My Fellow Americans (1996)

When it comes to comedy, nothing works better than a couple of “old” pros who know the genre. We get just that when Jack Lemmon and James Garner begrudgingly join […]

Support Your Local Sheriff! (1969)

For this western genre spoof we are treated to a cast of actors who spin the traditional cowboy picture around and give it a good cowboy boot kick in the […]

Cash McCall (1960)

For the first 18 minutes of this WB romantic comedy we have a title character that everyone seems to think is a shrewd cutthroat businessman. Upon meeting our leading man […]

Piper Laurie Memoir (2011)

I have always appreciated seeing Piper Laurie on screen whether it was her early roles at Universal International in easy going fare co starring alongside Tony Curtis in Son of […]

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