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Kirk Douglas and the Leading Ladies

Yes I’ve been celebrating the films and career of Kirk Douglas since starting this online project 5 years ago so with December 9th upon us and the cleft chinned icon […]

Virginia Mayo Goes West Part 3

Wrapping up this six film run with Miss Mayo we come to a pair of late 50’s entries that saw her costarring with a young actor beginning to hit his stride […]

Virginia Mayo Goes West Part 2

Next up are a pair of westerns that saw Virginia reteam with two well known leading men of the era with whom she had starred with in earlier outdoor adventures. […]

Virginia Mayo Goes West Part 1

I’ll be the first to admit I knew who Virginia Mayo was long before I figured out who Bette Davis and Joan Crawford were. And why not. When your a […]

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 […]

James Cagney on the Marquee Poster

Surely you have a favorite Cagney film. I know I do and while I’ll admit to loving his Oscar winning turn in Yankee Doodle Dandy, I’ll have to go with White Heat. […]

Pearl of the South Pacific (1955)

Virginia Mayo and Dennis Morgan were a long way from the glory years at Warner Brothers by the time they teamed together here in the South Pacific. Or should I […]

King Richard and the Crusaders (1954)

Heroic Action ….. Historic Adventure ………… so says the film’s trailer. Released during the same season as Prince Valiant, this proved to be another film aimed at the youth market […]

Two Mules For Sister Sara (1970)

Don Siegel directs and Shirley MacLaine muscles top billing over her costar (apparently not on the posters) and burgeoning cinema icon, Clint Eastwood. American western? Perhaps, but it sure has […]

The Gregory Peck Movie Poster Gallery

As one who loves to reminisce about the films I recall from my earliest years, one title that comes to mind appearing repeatedly on TV was MacKenna’s Gold. Sure I […]

Wonder Man (1945)

What’s better than one Danny Kaye? Two I suppose. If your a fan like me. Add in his frequent leading lady, the beautiful Virginia Mayo and we have a fun […]

The Virginia Mayo Poster Gallery

There are a few actresses who always seemed to stand out to me as a kid who devoured the action films that frequently played on Sunday afternoon television. Mainly because they […]

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 […]

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