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Happy (US) Thanksgiving!!!

Happy Thanksgiving to all American friends!!!

Image Source: Joel McCrea gif. Primrose Path.

Stranger On Horseback (1955)

Surprisingly short western at 65 minutes for a Joel McCrea oater from director Jacques Tourneur.

While no where near the best from either of these two it does offer a slightly different style western from a story by Louis L’Amour. 547 more words

Daily Take

Dynamite (1929)

This post is a consequence of the last film review I did: that of the 1966 Dharmendra-Rajshree starrer, Mohabbat Zindagi Hai. A ‘marriage of convenience’ theme about an heiress who must marry in a hurry in order to inherit the wealth due to her—and chooses a man on death row as her husband, so that she can legally get her money, but is conveniently widowed. 2,796 more words

Dusted Off

Happy Birthday, Joel And Roy.

Let’s remember two of the best on their birthdays. Every year, I look forward to this post.

Joel McCrea
November 5, 1905 – October 20, 1990… 27 more words

Roy Rogers

The Most Dangerous Game

Welcome to this month’s Pre-Code Crazy, where Karen of Shadows & Satin and I pick our favourite Pre-Code movies for you to watch on TCM every month. 1,512 more words


HitchcOctober Day 19: Foreign Correspondent

Johnny Jones (Joel McCrea), a reporter for the New York Globe, has just been assigned to be the newspaper’s foreign correspondent in pre-Second World War England. 806 more words


Film review: The Most Dangerous Game (1932)

Directors: Ernest B. Schoedsack, Irving Pichel. Writer: James Ashmore Creelman, based on the short story by Richard Connell. Starring: Joel McCrea, Leslie Banks, Fay Wray, Noble Johnson, Robert Armstrong. 985 more words