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Cover Up (1949)

When Dennis O’Keefe arrives by train over the Christmas season in Junction City, little does he know that a mystery is going to run deep in the community. While in […]

Battle Stations (1956)

From Columbia and director Lewis Seiler comes this WW2 tale of the Navy that plays like a resurrected script from Warner Brothers production schedule twenty years earlier. It stars John […]

Race Street (1948)

It’s an old plot with a leading actor who had by this time played the same role for years but why should that bother me or my enjoyment of a […]

Riff-Raff (1947)

He’s unpolished, but smart.” So says leading lady Anne Jeffreys of Pat O’Brien playing a very Mike Hammer styled private eye in Panama. Would you believe his character’s name is […]

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 […]

Big Leaguer (1953)

Like William Bendix in Kill the Umpire I get a little bit of baseball fever when spring training camps open up and the 162 game schedule for Canada’s team is […]

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 […]

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 […]

Kill the Umpire (1950)

It’s the annual All Star break where the American League faces off against the National League for the home field advantage in the World Series of baseball. So I thought […]

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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