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Bombshell (1933)

Back to a pre-code assignment from blogger pal Kristina over at the Speakeasy. It’s time for our monthly challenge when we give each other a title we haven’t yet seen […]

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 […]

Bowery Bombshell (1946)

The word Bowery in a film title pretty much means one is about to partake in a seventy minute adventure with Leo Gorcey, Huntz Hall and the Bowery Boys up […]

Woman In Hiding (1950)

From director Michael Gordon (Pillow Talk) comes this first rate Noir thriller with Ida Lupino as the central figure. The role plays right into Ida’s strengths. She’s distressed throughout and […]

At the Movies With Mom

My love of films comes from both my parents. Dad loved to talk of the westerns while Mom seemed to know most of the actors and character players that endlessly […]

Live Wires (1946)

I recently acquired the Warner Archive collections volume 1 thru 4 of the Bowery Boys films. That’s 48 movies! As for picking one to watch……..may as well start on volume […]

The Doctor Takes a Wife (1940)

Columbia studios takes another shot at the screwball comedy here with a tip of the hat towards a battle of the sexes script featuring stars of the day Loretta Young […]

The Big Noise (1944)

I finally got around to watching a Laurel and Hardy movie. Something I haven’t done in what has to be 20 plus years and I can’t give you an answer […]

Kill the Umpire (1950)

It’s the annual All Star break where the American League faces off against the National League for the home field advantage in the World Series of baseball. So I thought […]

Shadows Over Chinatown (1946)

In what turned out to be his final year portraying famed detective Charlie Chan, Sidney Toler stars once again alongside Number two son Victor Sen Yung and Mantan Moreland as […]

Larceny, Inc. (1942)

Long before modern day actors like Robert De Niro parodied themselves in films like Analyze This, Edward G. Robinson was doing it wonderfully in films like this and others such […]

The Gorilla (1939)

For today’s audiences it is practically impossible to watch this film and not compare the Ritz Brothers to the enormously popular The Three Stooges. The Ritz Brothers (Jimmy, Harry and […]

Spook Busters (1946)

Monogram studios from poverty row made a slew of low budget films utilizing everyone from Bela Lugosi to Leo Gorcey and the Bowery Boys featuring Huntz Hall. For this entry […]

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