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1950s Suburbia in CinemaScope

*Spoiler Alert*

This is our opinion: Some of the finest acting we’ve seen from Gregory Peck is not as a crusty sea captain or an egotistical WWII General. 681 more words


Anna Sten | Movie classics

She’s known as ‘Goldwyn’s Folly’ – if she gets a mention at all, that is. But, after seeing a few of her films, I feel that actress Anna Sten deserves more recognition.  262 more words


I Married a Witch

A DVD review from The Movie Snob.

I Married a Witch  (B).  This is a 1942 comedy starring Fredric March (The Best Years of Our Lives… 254 more words

Written By: The Movie Snob

Anna Sten

This is my contribution to the Russia in Classic Film blogathon, being organised by Movies Silently. Please take a look at the great range of posts on films, stars and directors with Russian links… 1,655 more words

Classic Movie

johnlink ranks INHERIT THE WIND (1960)

Someone with a lot of time on their hands could go through the history of this blog and track the periods when I had little free time. 829 more words

Johnlink Favorite Flicks

A Star is Born (1937)

Nominated: Best Picture, Best Director (William Wellman), Best Actor (Fredric March), and Best Actress (Janet Gaynor)

I wanted to like this film, but most of its aspects felt a bit clunky. 106 more words

Best Director

Film Series Extended Into June!

Breaking News! The Park Ridge Public Library’s 2015 spring series, Cinema of Transcendence, will be extended one week into June. The series will conclude on June 4 with a 7 PM screening of… 287 more words