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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 […]

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 […]

The Criminal Code (1931)

In the year that saw the long time supporting player Boris Karloff attain “overnight” stardom, he played far more diverse roles than just the Monster of Mary Shelley’s imagination by […]

Johnny Guitar (1954)

I hadn’t actually seen this Nicholas Ray western since I was first discovering films as a kid and my tuning in to see it on a late show was mainly […]

Bad Boy (1949)

With reliable stalwarts Lloyd Noland and James Gleason at his back, America’s baby faced war hero Audie Murphy played his first major role in this Kurt Neumann film released through […]

The Whip Hand (1951)

This RKO feature can easily be classified as one of those titles I now consider a hidden gem after seeing it for the first time. Thanks to the Warner Archive […]

Satan Never Sleeps (1962)

Clifton Webb played his final role in this film from noted director Leo McCarey. However, it’s leading man William Holden who claims top billing under the  2oth Century Fox banner […]

Holiday (1938)

Sometimes you just feel the urge to here that famous Cary Grant delivery so why not toss in the tones of Katharine Hepburn as well. Released the same year as […]

Running Mates (1992)

Every now and then I’ll catch a made for cable film and realize that’s exactly where it belongs. On the small screen. Despite having two top notch performers this romantic […]

Mrs. O’Malley and Mr. Malone (1950)

Every now and then casting directors strike gold. When you take two of cinema’s best character players and put them in the leading roles of a fast moving murder mystery […]

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