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Saturday Night at the Movies - Man with the Golden Arm and The Stranger

Two classic films this week.

First Otto Preminger’s 1955 Classic – Man with the Golden Arm starring Frank Sinatra, Eleanor Parker,Kim Novak,

Then 1946’s The Stranger directed by Orson Welles and starring Welles, Loretta Young and Edward G. Robinson

Great movies, enjoy

Actor | Eleanor Parker, Part 3: Baroness

Going into the nineteen sixties, Eleanor Parker’s acting career seemed to have regained some of its recently lost momentum. Home from the Hill, released in March 1960, brought Parker into a genre she’d long avoided–the all-star soap. 3,853 more words

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Uncle Bardie's Movie Spotlight: A man reaps what he sows

Once a week on Friday, Uncle Bardie celebrates the creativity in others by shining a Spotlight on a movie, a song or a creator. This week’s Movie Spotlight is… 420 more words


On St. Ash Valentine's Wednes-Day

Having just recently written about my love of finding connections and parallels between seemingly disparate things, the convergence of Ash Wednesday and Valentine’s Day this year is quite fascinating. 433 more words


Actor | Eleanor Parker, Part 2: Technicolor

When Eleanor Parker left her Warner Bros. contract in early 1950, she did so before any of her films of that year released. There were three– 7,646 more words

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Killer Christmas: HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS (ABC-TV Movie 1972)

Four daughters reunite at the old family homestead during Christmas to visit their estranged, dying father. Sounds like the perfect recipe for one of those sticky-sweet Hallmark movies, right? 578 more words

Cracked Rear Viewer

Actor | Eleanor Parker, Part 1: Dream Factory

In June 1941, right before turning nineteen years old, Eleanor Parker signed on as a contract player at Warner Bros. She had just finished a year at the Pasadena Playhouse. 5,630 more words

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