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The films released during Hollywood’s pre-Code era undeniably have their fair share of admirable, upstanding fellas. There’s Warren William’s long-suffering hubby in Three on a Match… 1,011 more words
You have to hand it to 1930s screwball comedies. They are, in part, a response to the Production Code (c.a. 1930-67), a set of rules about What Was Allowed in the movies. 11 more words
Another installment in the blog battle between a classic book and the film it spawned.
My sister once remarked that, “Whenever you have a movie about people who take other people hostage in their own homes, you usually have ‘a mean leader, who’s the brains of the outfit’, ‘a slower-witted follower’, and ‘a young, impulsive ’.” Although it’s a generalization, she’s right. 2,060 more words
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