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When I hear the word “Runyonesque”, I think about racetrack touts, colorful Broadway denizens, dames with hearts of gold, and the like. If you want to make a Runyonesque movie, what better way than to have author Damon Runyon himself produce it, as RKO did for 1942’s THE BIG STREET.

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Dear Dead Delilah (USA, 1972)

‘You pay for the whole seat – you only use the edge!’

Dear Dead Delilah is a 1972 American Southern Gothic horror film written and directed by author John Farris ( 544 more words

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The Bat (USA, 1959)

‘When it flies… someone dies!’

The Bat is a 1959 American murder mystery film written and directed by playwright Crane Wilbur (screenplay for Mysterious Island… 631 more words

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Grand Dame Guignol: WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH HELEN? (United Artists 1971)

The recent FX mini-series FEUD has sparked a renewed interest in the “Older Actresses Doing Horror” genre, also known by the more obnoxious sobriquettes “Hagsploitaion” or “Psycho-Biddy” movies. 792 more words

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Grand Dame Guignol: WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH HELEN? (United Artists 1971)

The recent FX mini-series FEUD has sparked a renewed interest in the “Older Actresses Doing Horror” genre, also known by the more obnoxious sobriquettes “Hagsploitaion” or “Psycho-Biddy” movies. 792 more words

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All That Heaven Allows (1955)

Dir. Douglas Sirk. Starring Jane Wyman, Rock Hudson, Agnes Moorehead

Cary Scott’s (Wyman) garbage children, Ned and Kay (William Reynolds and Gloria Talbott, respectively), are both in their early twenties during the events of the film. 1,423 more words

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