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EDGAR G. ULMER'S THE BLACK CAT (1934)

Edgar G. Ulmer has a cult reputation, particularly in France. The late British film critic, Leslie Halliwell, believed that reputation to be wholly undeserved, since most of Ulmer’s films ranged from B to Z status. 1,685 more words

Film Reviews

Bijou

This and the previous shot are of a magnificent 1933 Graham, taken at the Greenwood Car Show in Seattle last month.

Planes/Trains/Automobiles

Who Is This Guy? Don't know? Guess.

Who is this famous person?  You’ve got 24 hours to guess.

Did you get it right?

Bromo-Seltzer, 1933

Got a headache?  In 1933, you may have hopped down to the Woolpert & Legg’s Drugstore, located on the corner of Court and Liberty Streets in Salem, Oregon to pick up a bottle of Emerson’s Bromo-Seltzer.  35 more words

MONDAY MOONY MONDAY ~ It's Only A Paper Moon ~ Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra w/Peggy Healy on Vocals (1933)

One of my favorite old songs “It’s Only A Paper Moon”, by Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra, from the vinyl soundtrack from one of my favorite old movies, “Paper Moon” (1973).

Inspiration

Memories of A Million Years Ago and Who I Wanted to Be When I Grew Up

While driving today, I thought about a cat I had when I first moved to LA. I had not thought about this cat in so long, it was odd to have her memory pop into my mind. 540 more words

Photography