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Scaramouche (1952) Stewart Granger Fest Day 5

As Scaramouche Stewart Granger was allowed the rare opportunity to play the “ass.” Admittedly while masked. A stark contrast to the brooding character he becomes due to the events that unfold in this colorful MGM production. 684 more words

Daily Take

The Third Stop on the Historical Novel Blog Tour is Puerto Rico with author, Eleanor Parker

I can’t believe that we’re already into the third week of the Historical Novel Blog Tour, and just as it’s getting cold outside (we’ve already had two snowstorms in Pennyslvania), we get to visit the beautiful and warm island of turn of the century Puerto Rico. 263 more words

Writers

The King and Four Queens (1956)

If ever there was a gimmick film to match a MOVIE STAR”S presence and charisma, this may be near the top of the list. The title alone is a play on words as Clark Gable was “The King” of Hollywood. 549 more words

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TOAV: Lizzie (1957)

LIZZIE (1957)

Based on Shirley Jackson’s The Bird’s Nest

Big tip of the hat to Noirish’s John Grant, who first tipped me off by writing about it… 394 more words

Films