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Nothing Sacred

Before watching the movie:

It seems like I’ve run into “dealing with unusual problems from an erroneous medical report” before, but I can’t recall where. Some sitcom episodes may be coming to mind, but I think I’ve seen movies based on the idea too. 681 more words


Movie Quote of the Day - Honor Among Lovers, 1931 (dir. Dorothy Arzner)

Jerry: You don’t think I’m serious, do you?
Julia: Yes. Yes, I think you’re serious every time you say these things.
Jerry: Well, this was the first time I said it just this way.

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The William Wellman Blogathon: "A Star is Born" (1937)

Rural North Dakota, 1937: Esther Blodgett (Janet Gaynor) dreams of becoming a Hollywood actress, much to her family’s dismay. Her Grandmother (May Robson) is the only one in the family who supports her ambition. 591 more words

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NOTHING SACRED (1937) - You'll die laughing

The following is my entry in The William Wellman Blogathon, being hosted Sept. 10-13, 2015 by the blog Now Voyaging. Click on the above banner, and read the many blog entries devoted to the movies and life of this legendary film director! 837 more words


As Far as Delgado's - Hombre (1967)

My kind of Western.  So this is about a half white, half Apache man (Paul Newman) who inherits a property and moves back to civilization.  He faces the scorn of some passengers on a stage coach due to his ethnicity, but the tables may be a turning when they find themselves needing him.   416 more words


Born on This Day: Fredric March (1897-1975)

Next up in the series profiling key figures in Jeanne Eagels: A Life Revealed is Fredric March. One of Hollywood’s versatile actors, his career spanned six decades. 896 more words

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A Star is Born (1937): Review

Hello again classic film lovers! I can’t believe it’s been four months since I have written a blog post! A lot of things have happened in the last four months. 708 more words

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