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Hummingbird tongues and voracious ravenousitis: Inside "The Bewitched Continuum"

Exactly how many times did Endora call Darrin “Durwood”? How come the Tates only occasionally remembered they had a son? How far away did Darrin’s parents live? 2,913 more words

Classic TV Shows

"JANE EYRE" (1943) Review

“JANE EYRE” (1943) Review

Many fans of Charlotte Brontë’s 1847 novel, “Jane Eyre”, are aware that numerous (probably over twenty) television and movie adaptations of it had been made over the past several decades. 1,285 more words

Movies

Dark Passage (1947)

Husband and wife team Bogey and Bacall made four films together, Dark Passage being the third after the one-two punch of To Have and Have Not… 325 more words

Out Of The Past

1948 IN RETROSPECT: JOHNNY BELINDA

JOHNNY BELINDA
DIRECTOR-JEAN NEGULESCO
FEATURING- JANE WYMAN, LEW AYRES, CHARLES BICKFORD, AGNES MOOREHEAD, JAN STERLING, STEPHEN MCNALLY

“I won this award for keeping my mouth shut and I think I’ll do it again”-exclaimed Jane Wyman , after she got the Academy Award for Best Actress for her deaf and dumb character Belinda in the film Johnny Belinda. 537 more words

The Twilight Zone TV Series (1959-1964): Character Actors' Paradise!

Greetings all and sundry!

Having laughed uproariously over the hue and cry of the media’s perceived panic from its Meteorologists, weather people and Doomsday oracles regarding Climate Change along the nation’s East Coast. 2,698 more words

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Citizen Kane (1941, Orson Welles)

In Citizen Kane, director Welles ties everything together–not just the story (he does wrap the narrative visually), but also how the filmmaking relates to the film’s content. 599 more words

Classics

Caged (May 19, 1950)

Caged (1950)
Directed by John Cromwell
Warner Bros.

“Pile out, you tramps. It’s the end of the line.”

With those words we are plunged into the dark, unforgiving world of… 487 more words

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