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The Fly (1958)

At the end of The Fly, I hardly knew whether to giggle or shudder. I tried a little of both. It’s that kind of movie. 1,087 more words


Four Frightened People (1934)

This deliciously fun Cecil B. DeMille film mixes great adventure with high camp and a stunningly beautiful Claudette Colbert.

Four strangers are tossed together off the Malayan coast when the ship they are on comes down with plague. 629 more words

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Trouble in Paradise (1932)

In Trouble in Paradise Herbert Marshall entertains and impresses as the impossibly suave gentleman thief, Gaston Monescu, a man who can act, bluff and charm his way into and out of almost any situation. 323 more words


Foreign Correspondent (1940)

Destination: Amsterdam and London
Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Cast: Joel McCrae, Laraine Day, Herbert Marshall, and George Sanders
Running Length: 120 minutes… 361 more words


Throwback Trailer: The Little Foxes (1941)

Regina Hubbard Giddens (Bette Davis) and her scheming brothers, Oscar (Carl Benton Reid) and Ben (Charles Dingle), plan to get rich from a cotton mill, but first they must tap into the wealth of Regina’s sickly husband, Horace Giddens (Herbert Marshall). 36 more words

Throwback Trailer

MOVIE: The Letter (1940)

MOVIE: The Letter (1940)

Written by: W.Somerset Maugham

Screenplay by : L Howard Koch

Directed by : William Wyler

Bette Davis, Herbert Marshall, James Stephenson… 93 more words

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