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Bank Shot (1974)

Sporting perhaps the bushiest set of eyebrows worn by what I would call one of the more macho actors of his generation, George C. Scott lands above the title billing for the lead role […]

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 […]

Now Playing …. circa 1982

Time for a trip back to another time when movie theaters offered a little more variety for one’s viewing pleasure. Have a look and date yourself if you like. It’s […]

It’s Only Money (1962)

Frequent collaborators Jerry Lewis and director Frank Tashlin teamed for the sixth of their seven outings with this tale of a lost heir to a fortune who turns out to […]

Salt and Pepper (1968)

Swinging London of the late sixties plays host to another spoof of the spy genre with a couple of real live Rat Pack members to add that dash of salt […]

At the Movies With Mom

My love of films comes from both my parents. Dad loved to talk of the westerns while Mom seemed to know most of the actors and character players that endlessly […]

Seated on Set With the Stars

In between takes even the stars slum around waiting for the call to “ACTION”. Judy all smiles while getting the camera’s view. Even the gag photo is a classic as […]

You Can’t Fool Me, Wonder Woman!

Lately I have been checking out series pilots for some of those cheesy seventies shows. The Six Million Dollar Man, The Man From Atlantis and The New Original Wonder Woman […]

Boxing Day Brawlers and Bruisers

The Man With the Perfect Face…….Robert Taylor in The Crowd Roars If ever an actor looked the part of a real life fighter it’s gotta be Bronson. Kirk Douglas as […]

Loving Those Movie Star Ads.

How about Dear Boris in the kitchen. Jerry Lewis with your morning coffee! Glenn Ford hawking big cars for those who like that sort of thing. You know who you […]

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