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Tag: John Garfield

Guilty By Suspicion (1991)

Looking for a rare Robert De Niro – Martin Scorsese movie? This just might be the one that has passed you by. Still there’s a catch to that statement. In […]

Only the Lonely (1991)

What happened when that fiery Irish gal Maureen O’Hara came out of a 20 year retirement to play John Candy’s overbearing mother with her fiery red hair now turned to […]

Five Years and Counting …

The older one gets the more one realizes that Dad was right. Time passes us by in the blink of an eye and here I am five years removed from […]

The Chase (1946)

In this mysterious Noir entry, Robert Cummings, has left behind his light hearted leading man persona to tackle a role that leaves him doubting his sanity at times while possibly […]

Cold Sweat (1970)

I’ll agree that this Terence Young directed effort might not be the best movie of Charles Bronson’s career but it might be the best he ever looked on camera. One […]

The Breaking Point (1950)

Here’s an article I was fortunate enough to have published in the 2016 year end edition of the Noir Magazine, The Dark Pages. Thanks to Karen and Kristina for the […]

Corky (1972)

For my viewing habits, I’d say this is a rather obscure title that I happened to catch on a late night TCM showing. Not being a racing car enthusiast has […]

He Ran All The Way (1951)

When I attended the 2016 TCM Festival in Hollywood, this final film in the career of John Garfield was playing at the Egyptian Theater and was clearly marked on my […]

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 […]

The Maureen O’Hara Poster Gallery

If I’m to think of an Irish themed article on St. Patrick’s day I could focus on leprechauns, pubs and hills of green as television has me believing it’s what I’d find if […]

Boxing Day Brawlers and Bruisers Part 2

In keeping with last years Boxing day selection of actors turned fighters for the movies we have another gang of wanna be world champs and then some. Boxing has from the […]

The Edward G. Robinson Poster Gallery

I find it ironic that a man who loved the world of art and collecting it is now part of that world himself. Classic film posters have become highly collectable […]

Blackout (1954)

Like many actors of his era, Dane Clark found himself overseas during the fifties making films in authentic European locations. In this case Clark was working at the famed Hammer […]

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