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What makes a Shirley Temple movie a “Shirley Temple movie”?

When I came across the Made in 1938 blogathon last November, it sounded like something I would want to participate in. As I was searching the internet for films with 1938 release dates, I discovered that Shirley Temple starred in three movies within that year:  2,864 more words

The Made in 1938 Blogathon Is Finally Here!

Someone very special is having a birthday today. My mom, Margaret. I decided to dedicate a blogathon in honor of her, focusing on the year she was born: 1938. 464 more words


The Buccaneer (1938, Cecil B. DeMille)

Even if you give The Buccaneer a lot of its historical absurdities and classic Hollywood whitewashing, even if you give it a motley crew of murdering (but not raping, good family men) pirates getting giddy and doing a singalong while they row themselves through the bayou to fight for Andrew Jackson against the British, even if you give the film lead Fredric March’s accent, it’s got a lot of problems. 1,096 more words


January 16 in San Antonio history...

The Bluebonnet Hotel at St. Mary’s and Pecan street opens for business.

San Antonio’s motorcycle patrolmen may soon be equipped with electric machine guns.  70 more words


Bringing Up Baby (1938) was

Length: 1Hr 42

Rating: U

About: Harried paleontologist David Huxley (Cary Grant) has to make a good impression on society matron Mrs. Random (May Robson), who is considering donating one million dollars to his museum. 319 more words


Steinmetz High School - 1938 Year Book

For Christmas this year (Dec 2018), my son Anthony P Munoz gave me this yearbook. He said he thought I could find the family for Harry Knop and return this to the family as we have done with other items we returned to families in the past. 148 more words


Film Review: Crime School (1938)

Release Date: May 10th, 1938 (New York City premiere)
Directed by: Lewis Seiler
Written by: Crane Wilbur, Vincent Sherman
Music by: Max Steiner
Cast: The Dead End Kids, Humphrey Bogart, Gale Page, George Offerman Jr., Weldon Heyburn, Cy Kendall… 383 more words