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Folies Bergere de Paris (1935) - reviewed by George

The film opens with Maurice Chevalier onstage at the Folies Bergere singing one of his trademark songs, “Valentine” (pronounced Val-awn-tina) by Christine and Willemetz. He is playing Charlier, a renowned stage singer/dancer/comic. 389 more words


Cry 'Havoc' (1943)

“This is the story of thirteen women. Only two of them, Captain Alice Marsh and Lieutenant Mary Smith, were members of the armed forces of the United States. 518 more words


The Whales of August

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The Whales of August


Lindsay Anderson


  • Lillian Gish as Sarah Webber
  • Bette Davis as Libby Strong
  • Vincent Price as Mr. Maranov…
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The Whales of August

I watched The Whales of August with my mom a few weeks ago. It was a lovely film, starring Lillian Gish, Bette Davis, Ann Sothern, and Vincent Price. 460 more words

What Happens In This Elevator Is Not For The Weak - It Is, Perhaps, Not Even For The Strong!

Watched another old movie today, this time the 1964 drama thriller directed by Walter Grauman (“I Deal In Danger”, “Murder, She Wrote”) and written by Luther Davis (“The Gift Of Love”, “The Hucksters”) titled… 353 more words


Thank You for the Music

‘You’ll never know’ sung by Ann Sothern in MGM’s Lady be Good (1941) is one of my favorites, even though some choose to trash it. All I can say to its critics is may be it could be better or may be it could be worse, but can you yourself write a line worth reading? 145 more words

Thank You For The Music


September 14 in history:

Do you remember what major event happened in England on September 13th, 1752?  You do?  LIAR!!  It was a trick question. Nothing happened in England, or America, or anywhere in the British Empire on that day, because the date did not exist.   177 more words

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