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Movies Can Make for a Good Read

Maybe even a great one! Is the book better than the movie? Did the movie do the book and the author’s vision justice? Damned if I know but here are […]

Man on a String (1960)

Despite the narration factor that I have often been a critic of, there is one major factor that makes Man on a String from director Andre De Toth worth checking […]

Singing With the Stars

Each and every time I wander through an antique store or mall looking for original movie posters and lobby cards I’m always reminded of one certainty. Very rarely do I […]

The Cariboo Trail (1950)

The first thing I should point out while spotlighting this Randolph Scott western is how fortunate we are to be able to see it thanks to it’s recent reconstruction and […]

Virginia Mayo Goes West Part 3

Wrapping up this six film run with Miss Mayo we come to a pair of late 50’s entries that saw her costarring with a young actor beginning to hit his stride […]

Marty (1955)

By this time in his young career Ernest Borgnine had bullied Spencer Tracy and Broderick Crawford, beaten Frank Sinatra to death, tackled Randolph Scott and looked dangerous as one of Burt […]

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 […]

The Walking Hills (1949)

Long associated with tough, male dominated pictures like The Magnificent Seven, Bad Day At Black Rock and The Great Escape, director John Sturges got an early go around with a […]

Race Street (1948)

It’s an old plot with a leading actor who had by this time played the same role for years but why should that bother me or my enjoyment of a […]

Springtime In The Sierras (1947)

With a whole lot of comic relief from Andy Devine and harmony singing from The Sons of the Pioneers, cowboy icon Roy Rogers tracks down a gang of poachers in […]

Have You Seen One of These Lately?

Look around you the next time you happen to go to an antique or flea market. Tiny shops that might have some old advertising signs or framed pictures. Doesn’t mean […]

Hidden Fear (1957)

It’s Noir time, Denmark style when John Payne takes his tough talking cop overseas for some location filming with Andre De Toth along for directing duties in this gritty effort. […]

The Nevadan (1950)

Thanks to the Made On Demand line of DVD’s that are becoming a must for film collectors, I finally had the chance to see this Randolph Scott western that once […]

Frontier Marshal (1939)

This 20th Century Fox production can make for a great example when film buffs are looking for a movie where we can play spot the star and drive regular folk […]

The Killer is Loose (1956)

Before Robert Mitchum’s brutish killer Max Cady cast a long shadow over movie goers in 1962’s Cape Fear, look no further than a surprisingly intense performance from Wendell Corey as a […]

Home Sweet Homicide (1946)

An odd title? Not really unless you look at the cast list and see that Randolph Scott is starring in a Nancy Drew styled murder mystery. Detective Randolph Scott and his […]

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