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In Society (1944)

“Call a Plumber!” And with that one phone call the boys, Bud and Lou, spring into action in this offering from director Jean Yarbrough that gives the box-office champs plenty […]

Pony Soldier (1952)

“Seventy five cents a day to carry the law where there is none.” Under the 2oth Century Fox banner, this technicolor feature casts one of the studios leading money makers, […]

Phantom Lady (1944)

Time for a new movie assignment from Kristina at Speakeasy. A movie I have yet to see thus representing the mad movie challenge. This time out she’s given me a […]

Dead Man’s Eyes (1944)

The Inner Sanctum series of Lon Chaney titles can make for some diverting time fillers of unusual murder mysteries. This one is no different and features an ironic twist of […]

Who Done It? (1942)

When Thomas Gomez’s radio president is murdered on air during a live broadcast of Murder at Midnight it’s up to Bud Abbott and Lou Costello to play detective and solve […]

Singapore (1947)

“It was five long years since I’d been here but nothing was changed. From every corner memories came back to me. Things I’d hoped I’d forgotten.” So says Fred MacMurray’s […]

Macao (1952)

Once again Robert Mitchum meets up with Jane Russell in a far off exotic location for more escapades in the Noir genre. Previously they had joined forces under the RKO […]

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