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Thieves Fall Out (1941)

In my desire to see more films from the earlier part of Eddie Albert’s career I settled on giving this one a look after checking the cast list and noticing […]

Now Playing February 15th, 1952

Looking through this newspaper once again has me wishing time travel was possible. Not only to see the amazing collection of films playing in Toronto theaters but to con my […]

The Fuller Brush Girl (1950)

This Frank Tashlin script starring Lucille Ball can best be described in a couple ways. Firstly it’s like a Jerry Lewis movie minus Jerry in the lead role. I say […]

More of Those On Screen Movie Dads

Let’s kick off this year’s look at movie Dad’s with three versions of The Champ. 1931 saw Wallace Beery and Jackie Cooper take to the screen. The next version switched […]

Ship Ahoy! (1942)

Using the backdrop of WW2 espionage, MGM sends dancing Eleanor Powell and Red Skelton on a sea faring voyage mixed with intrigue and big band numbers from Tommy Dorsey and […]

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 […]

Grand Central Murder (1942)

Just because Van Heflin was an Oscar winner doesn’t mean that MGM used him exclusively in A budget pictures. In the words of Sam Levene, Heflin is a “Park Avenue […]

Neptune’s Daughter (1949)

Of all the film genres available to me I find it’s the musical that I don’t watch many of despite finding them quite enjoyable. I have seen most of the […]

Merton of the Movies (1947)

From MGM we have here Red Skelton dreaming of becoming a serious actor in the days of silent films. From his small home town he idolizes the screen heroics of […]

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