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Lloyd Bridges Goes Noir in Triplicate

Well before Lloyd Bridges became known as the star of television’s Sea Hunt or someone picking a real bad day to quit his vices in Airplane! or even becoming known […]

O.S.S. (1946)

Sandwiched in between costarring with Veronica Lake in The Blue Dahlia and Gail Russell in Calcutta, Paramount favorite, Alan Ladd, appeared opposite Geraldine Fitzgerald in this WW2 spy drama that […]

The Lady Gambles (1949)

The lady in question? Barbara Stanwyck. Long before James Caan starred as the addicted, Gambler, or Philip Seymour Hoffman captivated me as a gambling junkie in Owning Mahoney, Miss Stanwyck, […]

The Lawless (1950)

Dated though this Joseph Losey title may be, there is still a timeliness to it’s topic of racial tensions and an irresponsible media blowing things out of proportion that resonates […]

Curse of the Undead (1959)

At a time when the cycle of Sci-Fi flicks were coming to an end at Universal-International, this oddity was released to the public that crossed two of the most popular […]

Merrill’s Marauders (1962)

Stoic, square jawed Jeff Chandler would sadly play his final role at the age of 42 in this Samuel Fuller directed tale of WW2 in the Burmese jungles. Chandler stars […]

Lost Continent (1951)

Looking every inch at home in a military uniform, Cesar Romero commands respect here as a major in the air force called in when John Hoyt’s top secret missile goes […]

Moonfleet (1955)

“Moonfleet is a nest for smugglers.” Moonfleet was actually a novel that I had to read in Grade ten English class. At the time I had little interest in this […]

Attack of the Puppet People (1958)

Watch out for giant dogs and over sized telephones! Director Bert I. Gordon surely had a love affair with Gulliver’s Travels. It seems that anytime I catch his name on […]

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