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Our winners for the 6th Favourite Classic Movie Actress Tourney!

I bet you were wondering what was happening with this competition.

Well, let me first apologize for keeping the secret so long!

As we had several problems with the final poll on All Good Things, we finally decided that both Doris Day and Greer Garson would be the winner(s). 108 more words

FlinterFile: Billy Paul- Me And Mrs. Jones

In 1972, Billy Paul had one of his biggest hits. The Phillysound-song is about two lovers, who are both cheating their partners. 140 more words

FlinterFiles

Young Man with a Horn (Curtiz, 1950)

I recently went to Noir City Hollywood’s “Jazz Noir” double feature night, and remembered that I hadn’t linked over to a guest post I did for… 29 more words

1950s

P is for Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps

You won’t admit you love me
And so how am I ever to know?
You always tell me
Perhaps, perhaps, perhaps

A million times I’ve asked you, 488 more words

A-Z Challenge

New Blu-ray Releases For April 17th - 23rd

This week may be lite on quality releases, but I don’t think that matters considering a big hitter is finally landing on Blu-ray this week with the release of The Revenant. 162 more words

Movies & TV

Whip Crack Away

I have detached my 5 day ECG and returned it (as instructed) to an empty Reception area. I will have to assume that it will be picked up, read and reported on. 188 more words

New at The Avid Listener: Tim Smolko, "“You’ll Tic Tic All Day Long”: The Cold War, Geiger Counters, and Doris Day"

What do you know about music during the Cold War? Not much, you say? Well, once again, The Avid Listener is here to help you fill your brain with handy information. 278 more words