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Trail Street (1947)

“Horses is a healthy smell, Hannah.” No that wasn’t a Walter Brennan quote. Pardon me? Did you say Gabby Hayes? Now we’re talking. Trail Street from director Ray Enright by […]

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 […]

Gold For the Caesars (1963)

Here’s a slightly above average effort from the Peplum frenzy that stormed Italy until Leone sent the genre packing by solidifying the next craze with the release of A Fistful […]

Wrapping Up My Second Year On Line

“Made it Ma. Top of the world.” Two straight years on line with at least one posting per day. Getting something on here has become part of my daily routine […]

City of Bad Men (1953)

I freely admit I tuned into this “B” western because I knew Richard Boone was in it. But the title refers to more than one bad man so how about […]

Whatever Happened to Randolph Scott?

In our house it was The Statler Brothers over the Oak Ridge Boys growing up. I think Dad liked the suit and tie look of the Statlers and wasn’t thrilled […]

Bombardier (1943)

At times this film is reminiscent of the Pat O’Brien – James Cagney films of the early thirties like Here Comes the Navy and Devil Dogs of the Air. Especially […]

Murders In the Zoo (1933)

For what ever the reason I had never seen this Paramount entry into the macabre until recently. Surprising on one hand because I am such a huge fan of the […]

Behind Locked Doors (1948)

When you don’t have that much time but want to sneak a “quickie in” this isn’t such a bad way to go at a running time of 62 minutes . […]

The Gorilla (1939)

For today’s audiences it is practically impossible to watch this film and not compare the Ritz Brothers to the enormously popular The Three Stooges. The Ritz Brothers (Jimmy, Harry and […]

Seminole (1953)

Here’s a Universal-International western that kind of struck me as a Mutiny on the Bounty wanna be in the Florida everglades. Rising star Rock Hudson plays a young Lieutenant under […]

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