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'Laura' - On Page and On Screen

‘Laura’ – On Page and On Screen

Novel by: Vera Caspary

Film directed by: Otto Preminger

1944’s ‘Laura’ is typically considered one of the highlights early film noir. 2,601 more words


The Razor's Edge (1946)

Why am I here and what am I supposed to do?

These are big questions asked in the film. 1,157 more words


Kbatz: Dragonwyck

Dragonwyck A Spooky and Charming Little Old Film

By Kristin Battestella

I was a bit surprised when I stumbled upon this 1946 title starring Gene Tierney and Vincent Price, for I had never heard of it before. 753 more words


The Return of Frank James (1940)

Directed by Fritz Lang
Written by Sam Hellman

Jesse James, from 1939, was a bit of western “comfort food”, as my friend Chuck may say. 729 more words


Blind Spot Series: Laura (1944)

When advertising executive Laura Hunt (Gene Tierney) is murdered shortly before her wedding day, police detective Mark McPherson (Dana Andrews) must figure out who’s responsible. Among the suspects are her fiance, Shelby Carpenter (Vincent Price), a man with a shady past and possibly a shady present as well; her aunt, Ann Treadwell (Judith Anderson), whose house Carpenter frequents; and columnist Waldo Lydecker (Clifton Webb), who acted as a sort of Pygmalion to Laura and was fiercely possessive. 461 more words


The Ghost and Mrs.Muir (1947)

Set on the British coast at the turn of the 20th century, this romantic ghost story is a must watch for fans of the romance genre. 583 more words