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The Lemon Drop Kid (1951)

Brainey Baxter, Oxford Charlie, Sam the Surgeon, Straight Flush Tony, Moose Moran and The Lemon Drop Kid. Names like these are music to my ears when watching a Damon Runyon […]

Manila Calling (1942)

Looking back to the release date of this Sol Wurtzel production, it’s easy to understand the racism involved with WW2 underway. Does that excuse it when looking at it over […]

Johnny Apollo (1940)

Under Henry Hathaway’s direction screen idol, Tyrone Power, turns from cute college boy to a life of crime with gangster pal Lloyd Nolan calling the shots. Can the love of […]

Bad Boy (1949)

With reliable stalwarts Lloyd Noland and James Gleason at his back, America’s baby faced war hero Audie Murphy played his first major role in this Kurt Neumann film released through […]

Ice Station Zebra (1968)

Cue the words “fathoms” “sonar” and “attention all hands.” If you guessed we’re in for a submarine journey, you guessed right. Once again John Sturges (The Great Escape) directs a […]

The White Buffalo (1977)

A thundering spectacle! A shattering experience!” What more could one ask for when joining up for a blogathon celebrating nature’s fury kindly hosted by Cinematic Catharsis. It’s a welcome opportunity […]

The Golden Fleecing (1940)

While MGM may have been home to more stars than there are in the heavens, they still put out a steady stream of “B” flicks for the double bill market […]

Island In The Sky (1953)

Any opportunity to spotlight a John Wayne movie here is usually a cause for celebration as I number myself among those who buy into the legend of the Duke. So […]

The Filmography Factor

There was a time before the we had the luxury of the internet at our fingertips. Remember those days? No IMDB. Very few books detailing the careers of most film […]

The Kid From Texas (1950)

Audie Murphy’s name became synonymous with the western genre from this film forward. It’s Audie’s first oater and second starring role. He had previously headlined Bad Boy opposite Lloyd Nolan […]

Portrait in Black (1960)

“This was supposed to bring us together. Now it’s only keeping us apart.” So says Lana Turner who isn’t very happy with lover Anthony Quinn when he suggests they must […]

Mister Roberts (1955)

Mister Roberts is a film that one can either be for or against when comparing it to the actual stage play from whence it came. Unfortunately for Henry Fonda who […]

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