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Tag: Rod Steiger

The Purple Gang (1959)

Serving as both the narrator and lead investigator in out story, Barry Sullivan takes top billing for this prohibition tale of the notorious Purple Gang that terrorized Detroit back when […]

Guilty as Charged (1991)

Let me start by saying how much I enjoyed Rod Steiger’s warped performance here as a self appointed executioner with his tongue firmly planted in cheek as he goes about […]

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 […]

Canadian Bacon (1995)

This Michael Moore directed satire is one I hadn’t seen since it’s initial release following the death of it’s star and Canadian Icon, John Candy. I was long overdue for […]

13 West Street (1962)

In what would prove to be Alan Ladd’s final leading role, this plays as a cross between Blackboard Jungle and the 80’s revenge flick, The Class of 1984 featuring a […]

Portrait of a Hitman (1979)

Yes it’s a “B” actioner and made on the cheap but that doesn’t stop me from liking this flick that’s perfect fodder for my sense of low budget fun. Not to […]

The Naked Face (1984)

“Roger Moore walks the tightrope of Terror.” I love those trailers from the past when they were narrated as opposed to today’s styles of coming attractions. Moore squeezed this murder […]

Jubal (1956)

In the decade of the 1950’s the western was at it’s peak in popularity between movies released theatrically and the overwhelming amount of shows being made for television like Gunsmoke […]

The Helen Morgan Story (1957)

Director Michael Curtiz continued his long association with Warner Brothers with this biopic of the famous singer from the roaring twenties enacted here by Ann Blyth. Early on Ann finds […]

Love and Bullets (1979)

Throughout the seventies Charles Bronson had been a busy action star appearing in an average of two to three films per year. After Telefon, The White Buffalo and Raid on […]

Seated on Set With the Stars

In between takes even the stars slum around waiting for the call to “ACTION”. Judy all smiles while getting the camera’s view. Even the gag photo is a classic as […]

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