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Johnny Apollo (1940)

Under Henry Hathaway’s direction screen idol, Tyrone Power, turns from cute college boy to a life of crime with gangster pal Lloyd Nolan calling the shots. Can the love of […]

Christopher Columbus (1949)

Four hundred and fifty seven years in the making, The Rank Organization finally brings the story of explorer Christopher Columbus to the screen.  When it comes to historical drama’s and […]

Have You Seen One of These Lately?

Look around you the next time you happen to go to an antique or flea market. Tiny shops that might have some old advertising signs or framed pictures. Doesn’t mean […]

The Mississippi Gambler (1953)

No longer under the 20th Century Fox banner, Tyrone Power found himself working for the folks over at Universal International who had a steady stream of westerns under production with […]

Assassination (1987)

For the 16th and final time before succumbing to her lengthy, courageous battle with cancer, Jill Ireland once again played opposite her action hero/superstar husband, Charles Bronson in this Peter […]

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, […]

A Yank In The R.A.F. (1941)

Cocky and brash, looking every inch a movie star, Tyrone Power arrives in Canada delivering a new plane marked for shipment to England to fight the German war machine. Once again under […]

Rawhide (1951)

Western stalwart Henry Hathaway directed this claustrophobic tale in the spirit of The Petrified Forest featuring a first rate cast of actors against the backdrop of Lonesome Pine, California. Rawhide […]

The Maureen O’Hara Poster Gallery

If I’m to think of an Irish themed article on St. Patrick’s day I could focus on leprechauns, pubs and hills of green as television has me believing it’s what I’d find if […]

Dawn at Socorro (1954)

Though this Universal International western quickie may not be overly memorable it has one outstanding exchange between an extra portraying a railroad station master and Rory Calhoun. When word is […]

The Great McGinty (1940)

Mention the name Brian Donlevy to me and I instinctively think of the back stabbing second lead he often excelled at. The type of guy who was sure to fire a […]

Anthony Caruso : More Than The Henchman

This article on Mr. Caruso was kindly featured in the September 2014 issue of The Dark Pages put forth by Karen of Shadows and Satin. My first recollection of Anthony […]

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