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Soldier of Fortune (1955)

For the second time in as many years, the fiery Susan Hayward is off to find a husband who has gone missing in a strange land. In 1954 she hired […]

Manila Calling (1942)

Looking back to the release date of this Sol Wurtzel production, it’s easy to understand the racism involved with WW2 underway. Does that excuse it when looking at it over […]

The Killer Elite (1975)

Espionage and San Francisco replace hardened outlaws and Mexico for this Sam Peckinpah effort that once again sees the director assemble a first rate cast for more slow motion blood […]

The Breaking Point (1950)

Here’s an article I was fortunate enough to have published in the 2016 year end edition of the Noir Magazine, The Dark Pages. Thanks to Karen and Kristina for the […]

They Met In Bombay (1941)

This colorful heist film from MGM features Clark Gable in fine form that somehow morphs itself into an adventurous war film that features Clark Gable in …………… fine form. In […]

It’s a Fatherly Thing.

Time for another look at some of the Dad’s that populated the films we love and in some cases revere. Maybe even a favorite or two from TV. Who didn’t […]

Mr. Moto’s Gamble (1938)

Through a rather strange set of circumstances, Peter Lorre finds himself solving a murder centered around the fight game where Ward Bond takes on Dick Baldwin for the Heavyweight Championship. […]

Confessions of an Opium Eater (1962)

Taking a breather from a succession of Corman/Poe tales, Vincent Price stars as the hero of this rather bizarre tale of human trafficking at the turn of the century San […]

Docks of New Orleans (1948)

With Monogram taking over the Charlie Chan films in the latter part of the 1940’s the series was in steady decline.The death of Sidney Toler didn’t help any. Taking over […]

Forbidden (1953)

This Universal International film seems to be taken from a left over RKO script and casts Tony Curtis into a role that usually seems reserved for Robert Mitchum. Then they […]

The Rawhide Years (1955)

Universal International continued to put Tony Curtis in to “B” films as his apprentice years in the star making machine were coming to a close with this western from his […]

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 […]

Red Light (1949)

In the same year that Virginia Mayo co starred opposite James Cagney in White Heat she also starred opposite another of the famed on screen gangster stars of the thirties […]

China (1943) Alan Ladd Day 4 of 5

Alan Ladd proves himself Expendable material here as an American doing business with the Japanese in war torn China before the United States declared war upon Japan following the bombing […]

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