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The Professionals (1966)

Not wanting to speak on behalf of everyone else who has seen this Richard Brooks classic, I think it’s one of those unheralded movies that doesn’t get enough love. I […]

Midnight (1939)

The writing team of Charles Brackett and Billy Wilder score a bullseye once again with this wonderful screwball comedy. Another excellent title released in 1939, Hollywood’s banner year. Taking directing […]

Below the Sea (1933)

“If I were running this ship, there’s three things I would bar. Women, dogs and gentlemen.” says a gruff and grizzled Ralph Bellamy. Opening with a bang, this sunken treasure […]

Coast Guard (1939)

This Columbia “B” filler is proof positive that not every Randolph Scott film was a western though film history books rarely mention his other genre entries. It’s an Edward Ludwig film that […]

Trading Places (1983)

Thirty plus years on and I still find myself quoting lines from this tale of greed and the orange crop reports courtesy of director John Landis and a young set […]

Holiday Affair (1949)

Laid back tough guy of cinema and Noir poster boy Robert Mitchum in a Christmas movie? Sort of. Mitch’s home studio RKO saw fit to toss him into this romantic […]

The House of the Seven Gables (1940)

From the novel by Nathaniel Hawthorne comes this wonderful film from Universal Studios. Before going any further I have to admit I have never read the novel so my enjoyment […]

Picture Snatcher (1933)

In a scene not uncommon to Cagney films we see Jimmy released from Sing Sing as the opening credits come to an end. The old gang members are there to […]

Lady on a Train (1945)

Here’s a genre crossing title from the Deanna Durbin library. We get a musical screwball comedy mixed in with a murder mystery to come up with a pleasurable 94 minutes […]

Bulldog Drummond Escapes (1937)

Captain Hugh “Bulldog” Drummond has been played by some notables over the years including romantic Ronald Colman in 1929 and dependable Richard Johnson in 1967. For this 67 minute time […]

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