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John Huston In The Movies : From A to Z

Directors like John Huston come into one’s universe by extension. By that I mean when you get hooked on the film’s of Humphrey Bogart as a youngster on late night […]

Thunder Road (1958)

I don’t think it’s a stretch to say that screen icon Robert Mitchum was at the height of his box office pull when this tightly budgeted black and white feature […]

A Family For Joe (1990)

Like many of his contemporaries, Robert Mitchum, turned to the small screen once the 1980’s came around appearing in a number of TV movies and the epic Winds of War […]

Sharing the Screen With Kirk Douglas

Count the candles. 103. Yes Kirk Douglas is 103 years young today. Each year since starting up Mike’s Take On the Movies I set aside December 9th to celebrate the […]

The Indian Fighter (1955)

Following in the tracks of Burt Lancaster, the actor he is most closely associated with, Kirk Douglas, made The Indian Fighter his inaugural production under his new company banner, Bryna […]

The Glove (1979)

“I don’t catch baseballs anymore. I catch bail skippers.” It’s cult favorite, John Saxon, delivering that line in this low budget grindhouse effort from actor/director Ross Hagen with a nice […]

The House of the Seven Hawks (1959)

Once again teaming with director Richard Thorpe, long time MGM contract star, Robert Taylor, scores a movie role that plays like a five to ten year old discarded script meant […]

Shadow of The Hawk (1976)

While the lake in the backdrop of British Columbia, Canada looks peaceful in this Canadian produced thriller, if one looks closely you’ll see scores of dead fish washed ashore and […]

Return of the Frontiersman (1950)

At just seventy-four minutes, this Technicolor feature from Warner Brothers proves to be an easy western to squeeze in on most any night of your choosing. If you happen to […]

First Blood (1982)

Having seen this film at the dawning of my teenage years during it’s first release to movie theaters in 1982 was needless to say a testosterone fueled night at the […]

Midway (1976)

This Walter Mirisch production represents a style of movie making we’re not likely to ever see again. Not only is it a star studded effort done in a documentary style […]

Wanted : Jane Turner (1936)

There isn’t a year go by I don’t sit in on some sixty odd minute black and white “B” flick meant for the bottom half of a double bill that […]

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