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How The West Was Won (1962)

While I’ve see this western blockbuster filmed in Cinerama a number of times I don’t believe I’ve actually seen it since my adolescent days. It played regularly on TV though […]

Christmas Eve (1947)

Far from a conventional Christmas movie, this Edwin L. Marin directed feature casts a heavily made up 45 year old, Ann Harding, as an aging woman of wealth looking to […]

Dillinger (1945)

By the time Monogram released this crime thriller that gave Lawrence Tierney his firstĀ starring role, the real life Public Enemy Number 1, John Dillinger, had been dead 11 years. Famously […]

Three Cornered Moon (1933)

Light comedy director Elliott Nugent, who hadĀ just started his career with 1932’s The Mouthpiece, helmed this early screwball comedy with Claudette Colbert taking center stage in black and white under […]

Frontier Marshal (1939)

This 20th Century Fox production can make for a great example when film buffs are looking for a movie where we can play spot the star and drive regular folk […]

Deadline U.S.A. (1952)

Take a whole lot of Humphrey Bogart, add a hard nosed script by Richard Brooks and sprinkle a little class with Ethel Barrymore and you get a must see tale […]

Red Skies of Montana (1952)

A solid cast of male stars dominate this 20th Century Fox film with Richard Widmark leading the way. The plot line concerns Forest Rangers and the men who stop the […]

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