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Hello, my name is Lee, and I'm an Oscar-holic

I’ve been one since the day in 1949 when the nuns had the radio on in the basement lunchroom at Our Lady of Peace. I was regretting the fare my grandmother had packed, liver sausage sandwiches on her homemade bread (I was a dreadful ingrate at twelve). 330 more words


Midnight Movie - Borderline

From 1950 a film noir – Fred MacMurray, Claire Trevor

Blu-Ray News #247: The Stranger Wore A Gun (1953).

Directed by Andre de Toth
Starring Randolph Scott, Claire Trevor, Joan Weldon, George Macready, Alfonso Bedoya, Lee Marvin, Ernest Borgnine

The Stranger Wore A Gun  266 more words

Randolph Scott

Born to Kill

The Noir Odyssey

Writer: Eve Green & Richard Macaulay

Based on: the novel “Deadlier than the Male” by James Gunn

Director: Robert Wise

Cinematographer: Robert De Grasse… 1,117 more words

Film Noir


Allan Dwan’s ONE MILE TO HEAVEN (1937) got popped into the Samsung at Fiona’s suggestion — she wanted to see more Fredi Washington, and this was the seminal IMITATION OF LIFE star’s swan song. 704 more words


Film Review: Stagecoach (1939)

Release Date: February 2nd, 1939
Directed by: John Ford
Written by: Dudley Nichols
Based on: The Stage to Lordsburg by Ernest Haycox
Music by: Louis Gruenberg, Richard Hageman, W. 430 more words


"Nothing for nothing, kid."

The other night I watched Dead End (1937) which I had not seen in years. I was quite struck by it. Based on the Sidney Kingsley play, the screenplay is by Lillian Hellman and it is directed by William Wyler.  226 more words