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Code name of US secret agent Ken Thurston (Barry Sullivan) as he performed spy missions of daring around the globe on the espionage series THE MAN CALLED X/SYN/1955-56. 22 more words


Duel in the Sun (1946)

Directed by King Vidor
Written by David O. Selznick

We’ve seen a wide range of style of film throughout this marathon, which is the beauty of the genre: it is open to so many different things. 670 more words


Trouble in Paradise (1932)

Trouble in Paradise, 1932, Paramount Pictures. Starring Miriam Hopkins, Kay Francis, Herbert Marshall. Directed by Ernst Lubitsch. B&W, 83 minutes.

Gaston Monescu (Herbert Marshall), a gentleman thief with an international reputation, has met and fallen in love with a sly, beautiful pickpocket, Lily Vautier (Miriam Hopkins). 408 more words

Classic Films


We watched RIPTIDE, or as I keep calling it, PEPTIDE, from the talented Edmund Goulding. Robert Montgomery AGAIN! Also Norma Shearer and Herbert Marshall (pictured). 255 more words


Windmills of Your Mind: Alfred Hitchcock's FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT (United Artists 1940)

(When Maddy Loves Her Classic Films invited me to join in on the Alfred Hitchcock Blogathon, I jumped at the chance! I’ve just completed the Ball State/TCM 50 YEARS OF HITCHCOCK course, and have been knee-deep in his movies for a month now!) 775 more words

Cracked Rear Viewer

The Moon and Sixpence (1942, Albert Lewin)

The Moon and Sixpence has a number of serious problems, all of them the fault of director and screenwriter Lewin. As a director, while never spectacular, Lewin manages some competence and ambition. 789 more words


The Swashathon: Anne Of The Indies (1951)

Fritzi, over at MoviesSilently, is hosting this blogathon all about swashbucklers. Be sure to visit her site to read all the other entries. I can’t wait to read them myself. 1,061 more words