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Hoodlum Empire (1952)

Directed by Joseph Kane for Herbert J. Yates’ Republic Pictures, this black and white crime drama features a large canvas of characters who all converge in the present and a […]

Town Without Pity (1961)

I’ve always been at odds with my overall view of this Kirk Douglas effort that sees him back in a military court of law four years after the magnificent Kubrick […]

Cowboy (1958)

Cowboy marked the fifth consecutive western in a row to be directed by Delmer Daves, three of which cast western favorite Glenn Ford in the lead role. The previous two […]

The Long Shadow of JAWS in Movie Posters

When Steven Spielberg unleashed the terror of Peter Benchley’s novel upon innocent movie goers in the summer of 1975, it opened up a whole sub genre in horror of animals […]

3:10 to Yuma (1957)

From an Elmore Leonard story and director Delmer Daves comes this oater unlike may others of the era in that it is rich in performance and features Glenn Ford on […]

Merrill’s Marauders (1962)

Stoic, square jawed Jeff Chandler would sadly play his final role at the age of 42 in this Samuel Fuller directed tale of WW2 in the Burmese jungles. Chandler stars […]

Wild Bill Wellman ; Hollywood Rebel

By William Wellman Jr. What do you know about Wild Bill? Me? I think of airplane pictures and tough guy actors that populated his films. Titles like Wings and The […]

Flaming Star (1960)

What happens when you surround Elvis Presley with a first rate cast, a top screenwriter and a highly talented director? For my money we get his best film even though […]

Starman (1984)

aka John Carpenter’s Starman. I hadn’t seen this alien from another world tale since it hit theaters back in ’84. Truthfully I recollected very little about it after all these […]

The Violent Men (1955)

This classy western from Columbia Pictures featured a top cast of well known names directed by the sure hand of Rudolph Mate’. Glenn Ford peaking in popularity poles takes the […]

A Don Siegel Film : The Movie Posters

Beginning my journey into film studies in the late seventies and early eighties, I began to notice some familiar names on the final screen credit before a movie really got underway. […]

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classic movie views for the classic and not-so-classic movie fan

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