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Mister 880 (1950)

Who better than Oscar Winner, Edmund Gwenn, to play a kindly old timer living in New York City who goes out of his way to befriend children, stray animals and […]

The Ravagers (1965)

One thing we can be sure of when it comes to a made in the Philippines production no matter what the genre and that’s the appearance of Vic Diaz. Shockingly […]

The Fallen Sparrow (1943)

“In a world at war, many sparrows must fall….” It’s 1940 as Sparrow opens and we’ll find John Garfield on a train that is set to arrive in New York. […]

The Quiet Man (1952)

I guess John Ford’s The Quiet Man proves that I’m just a romantic at heart. I mean the whole world knows that John Wayne is a cowboy, a man’s man, […]

Kangaroo (1952)

Brando’s Pick of the Month Carrying on with the theme of movies starring or featuring animals in the title leads Brando the Dachshund and myself to this 1952 effort filmed […]

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 […]

Legend of the Lost (1957)

Between The Searchers in 1956 and Rio Bravo in 1959, John Wayne made a handful of films that I’m fairly certain most of us Duke fans would agree are not […]

Buffalo Bill (1944)

William A. Wellman directs and Joel McCrea takes the title role in this entertaining Hollywood version of the true story of Buffalo Bill Cody. True? I have absolutely no idea […]

McLintock! (1963)

Rather than focus on the naysayers who take offence to this Duke flick and the reasons why, I’m sticking to my guns here and the fact that I love to […]

Mom On the Movie Poster and More

For Mother’s Day it’s time to highlight the one who for most all of us is our first love. Is there a favorite on screen Mother that instantly comes to […]

Heller in Pink Tights (1960)

The stunning Sophia Loren teamed with one of my favorite leading men, Anthony Quinn for the third and final time in this odd entry in the career of director George Cukor. […]

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