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Scene of the Crime (1949)

Ed Monigan is a Los Angeles policeman… or he was, at least, until being shot one night in the middle of the street. A young couple witnessed the shooting, but the shooter escaped in a getaway car. 526 more words


A Woman's World (1954)

  • I was immediately distressed to learn that this movie was not filmed in black and white and was filmed in that UglyColor brand of color that was used so frequently in the ’50s and ’60s.
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Re-Watching: Scene of the Crime

Scene of the Crime is a classic film noir from 1949. I watched this a few years ago and recently re-watched it when I caught it on television. 204 more words


Pretty Ginger

I pinned this photo instantly on Pinterest because of the color story.  There is something royal and holiday-eque all rolled into one.  Arlene Dahl was an actress in the 1950s known for many films, her television work and being the mother of Lorenzo Lamas.  18 more words

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Review: No Questions Asked

No Questions Asked is a classic film noir from 1951 directed by Harold F. Kress. Kress never really made it as a director, but went on to edit some classic Hollywood films. 330 more words


Classic Hollywood Birthdays

Hobart Bosworth, actor, director, writer & producer (1867-1943)

Owen Nares, actor (1888-1943)
Samuel Bischoff, producer (1890-1975)
Helen Broderick, actress (1891-1959)
Lloyd Nolan, actor (1902-1985)
Henry Kulky, actor & professional wrestler (1911-1965) 12 more words

Classic Hollywood Birthdays