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The Burglar (1957)

It may have taken Jayne Mansfield’s sudden ascension to Marilyn Monroe like status in the latter part of the 1950’s to get this Noir tale a proper release but it’s Dan Duryea […]

This Week in TV Guide 1965

Thanks to a sister who owns and operates an antique shop, I had a chance to look thru a few TV Guides she had in stock from the year 1965. […]

The Long Haul (1957)

For the better part of an hour, this noir like tale of British gangsters running the truck industry delivers a punch that is only enhanced by American leading man Victor […]

The Badlanders (1958)

This article on The Badlanders was published in The Dark Pages celebration on the film The Asphalt Jungle. Read on to find out……. In 1941 Humphrey Bogart starred as gangster […]

Saskatchewan (1954)

Break out the bright red uniforms of the Canadian Mounties because Alan Ladd has come north and enlisted. He’s sure to tangle with an incompetent commander, a blood brother who has […]

Anthony Caruso : More Than The Henchman

This article on Mr. Caruso was kindly featured in the September 2014 issue of The Dark Pages put forth by Karen of Shadows and Satin. My first recollection of Anthony […]

Wild River (1960)

Montgomery Clift only made 17 films yet his career encompasses so many great films and torturous performances. When he’s on camera I can hardly notice anyone else appearing on the […]

Victory (1981)

Legendary director John Huston has been associated with many of Hollywood’s greatest icons. Bogie being the most prevalent. Connery, Duke, Mitchum. Gable and Monroe’s final film. So for those not […]

A Kiss Is Still A Kiss by Roger Ebert

If the truth be told, I have generally avoided Roger Ebert over the years. Perhaps it was because while growing up I had a resentment against critics that generally trashed […]

Mitchum Sings!

Robert Mitchum was a lot of things. The coolest actor that ever graced the screen. Hellraiser. Poster boy for the genre most people checking in here love, Noir. At home […]

Inferno (1953)

After watching this Robert Ryan thriller recently I was left to ponder why Hollywood hadn’t dug up this script and thrown a remake at us. Perhaps it’s because it wouldn’t […]

Monkey Business (1952)

“You’re old only when you forget you’re young.” In zany Howard Hawks fashion comes this screwball comedy which re-teams the famed director with an actor unlike any other. Mr. Cary […]

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