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Fingers at the Window (1942)

If one joined this movie just after the opening credits came to a close you would probably get the feeling that you were watching a Universal Studios thriller in the vein of the 1941 old dark house film The Black Cat. 488 more words

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#GetTV - Medaska's Lost Treasures

Hello – this is Rob with this week’s GetTV Lost Treasure pick…

…Roy William Neill’s SHERLOCK HOLMES AND THE WOMAN IN GREEN from 1945 scheduled to air on GetTV at 8am est Saturday July 19. 235 more words

Medaska's Mess

Oh I do like to be beside the seaside...

After the previous week and all it’s dramas Boofuls and I needed a few days by the seaside, beside the sea.

In a rare moment of forethought we’d already booked a caravan in Paignton so once all our guests had left we headed of down south for a few days of relaxation. 531 more words

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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 Birmingham Brown. 392 more words

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A Jest

The film I am writing about today is called The Court Jester.  The movie is, by today’s standards, a very old film.  But, as I have probably made clear by now, my tastes are free-ranging in the entertainment world.  494 more words

Movie Reviews

SHERLOCK HOLMES AND THE HOUSE OF FEAR. 1945. PRODUCED AND DIRECTED BY ROY WILLIAM NEILL. STARRING BASIL RATHBONE, NIGEL BRUCE AND DENNIS HOEY. REVIEW BY SANDRA HARRIS.

SHERLOCK HOLMES AND THE HOUSE OF FEAR. 1945. PRODUCED AND DIRECTED BY ROY WILLIAM NEILL. STARRING BASIL RATHBONE, NIGEL BRUCE AND DENNIS HOEY. REVIEW BY SANDRA HARRIS. 673 more words

Which Robin Hood do you like?

The adventures of Errol Flynn were as infamous in the media as Marilyn Munroe or Lindsay Lohan, but his film career was one-hundred times better, making 1938′s… 972 more words

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