Tags » Fredric March

Movie Review - "Seven Days In May" (1964)

The whole reason I checked out this movie was because I noticed who wrote it – Rod Serling, the creator of “The Twilight Zone” and writer of the original “Planet of the Apes.” If you’ve watched enough of “The Twilight Zone,” you’d notice that Serling was a poltically-charged man, but also played both sides. 565 more words

Movies

I married a witch

I married a witch (1942, Rene Clair)

IMDB:

A beautiful 17th-century witch returns to life to plague politician Wallace Wooley, descendant of her persecutor.

806 more words
Movies

Design for Living (1933) - posters

One of the best comedies of Ernst Lubitsch and one of the last pre-code films, “Design for Living” had a remarkable trio of great actors, Gary Cooper, Fredric March and Miriam Hopkins.

Movie Memorabilia

Movie Review - "Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde" (1931)

Just so we’re clear, this the version with Fredric March, not the one with Spencer Tracy and Ingrid Bergman.

I could copy and paste my review of the 1941 “Dr. 221 more words

Movies

The Demagogue Agog

A FACE IN THE CROWD is a great monster movie.

My investigations into Elia Kazan stalled slightly but I need to get them moving again because there’s still so much good stuff to see. 254 more words

FILM

tick...tick...tick

1970

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

Directed by Ralph Nelson

Produced by James Lee Barrett and Ralph Nelson

Written by James Lee Barrett

tick…tick…tick was made 46 years ago and if we were as truly as enlightened and progressive a society as we like to believe we are then we would look at this movie today and be horrified that once upon a time Americans of one skin color treated other Americans with different skin color in such disgracefully disgusting ways. 968 more words

African-American

[Last Film I Watched] I Married a Witch (1942)

Title: I Married a Witch
Year: 1942
Country: USA
Language: English
Genre: Comedy, Fantasy, Romance
Director: René Clair
Writers:
Robert Pirosh
Marc Connelly
based on the novel THE PASSIONATE WITCH by Thorne Smith… 443 more words

Film Review