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Smart Money (1931)

In the wake of Little Caesar comes Nick the Barber. While the quick temper and the gun might not be as prevalent as they were in Edward G. Robinson’s star making […]

The Big Trees (1952)

According to Hollywood legend and Kirk Douglas himself in his autobiography, The Ragman’s Son, he agreed to appear in this Warner Brother’s “B” unit adventure for free on the condition […]

Background to Danger (1943)

Warner Brothers Studios attempts to recapture that Casablanca feeling by once again giving theater goers international intrigue, the pairing of Sydney Greenstreet and Peter Lorre opposite  Humphr……. scratch that, opposite George […]

The Beast With Five Fingers (1946)

While this may be a Warner Brothers production, it has a distinct Universal Monsters feel to it thanks to the Gothic feel and impending threat of an otherworldly severed hand […]

Tell It To the Marines (1926)

Lon Chaney stars here as a gruff looking dog faced drill Sergeant proving he didn’t necessarily need monster make-up to prove he could be intimidating presence on screen. This big scale […]

Boston Quackie (1957)

One last day here in Boston. This title had me handcuffed till I gave it a spin on youtube. Then it all came flooding back from the memory banks of […]

Variety Girl (1947)

If you love playing spot the “star” when watching a classic feature this Paramount entry should do just the trick as it features a huge roster of faces from their […]

Hard Rain (1998)

Star power and good intentions try hard to keep this armored car robbery thriller afloat but ultimately come up short. Still with Morgan Freeman along and the backdrop of a […]

Joan of Paris (1942)

This RKO production is a first of sorts for various reasons. Paul Henried was making his Hollywood debut with this tale of five downed flyers trying to make contact with […]

The Smiling Ghost (1941)

In the days of the studio system each one of the majors had a “B” unit for keeping their contract players busy as well as putting product in the movie […]

Nancy Drew : Detective/Reporter (1938/39)

“I guess it’s just my woman’s intuition. Every woman has one, you know.” & “I think every intelligent woman should have a career.” These two lines jumped out at me […]

The Mayor of Hell (1933)

There is nothing quite like watching the Warner Brothers BIG 3 acting tough (Eddie, Bogie and Jimmy-sorry George) and this time out we get James Cagney and the Dead End […]

Nocturne (1946)

After George Raft had ended his association with Warner Brothers he moved around and landed at RKO for this noir styled mystery. This time out we have Raft as a […]

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