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Film review: The Black Camel (1931)

Director: Hamilton MacFadden. Writers: Barry Conners, Philip Klein, based on the novel by Earl Derr Biggers. Starring: Warner Oland, Sally Eilers, Bela Lugosi, Dwight Frye, Dorothy Revier, Victor Varconi, Murray Kinnell, William Post Jr., Robert Young, Violet Dunn, Otto Yamaoka, Hamilton MacFadden. 571 more words


Classic Hollywood Birthdays

Maurice Costello, actor, director & screenwriter (1877-1950)
See Maurice Costello in Mr. Smith Goes to Washington on February 26th at 3:45PM (ET) as part of TCM’s 31 Days of Oscar… 36 more words

Classic Hollywood Birthdays

Felix Plays a Prime Prop

Pam’s Pictorama Photo Post: This gem comes to me courtesy of my terrific husband, as a birthday gift. We were both very entertained by the photo – as well as the appearance of Felix and friends in it.   407 more words

There is just something about Dwight Frye as Renfield..

Before I say anything about this topic of Renfield and Dwight Frye, I want to show you a short clip from Tod Browning’s Dracula (1931): 832 more words



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Frankenstein (1931)

Released in 1931 by Universal, Frankenstein is a classic of the horror genre. Staring Boris Karloff in what many consider to be his defining role, the film takes many liberties with its source material changing a number of things. 555 more words


johnlink ranks THE VAMPIRE BAT (1933)

I try to watch all kinds of horror movies around Halloween, even movies which probably don’t qualify as modern horror. This B Movie showed up on TV, and it seemed like a good way to spend an hour plus. 632 more words

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