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Film review: Angel Face (1952)

Director: Otto Preminger. Writers: Frank S. Nugent, Oscar Millard, Ben Hecht, based on a story by Chester Erskine. Starring: Robert Mitchum, Jean Simmons, Herbert Marshall, Mona Freeman, Barbara O’Neil, Leon Ames. 755 more words

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The Letter

Film Title

The Letter

Director

William Wyler

Starring

  • Bette Davis as Leslie Crosbie
  • Herbert Marshall as Robert Crosbie
  • James Stephenson as Howard Joyce
  • Gale Sondergaard as Mrs.
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Movie Reviews

The Pre-Code Blogathon: Murder!

Time for a new blogathon! Today, I’m participating, for the first time, to the Pre-Code Blogathon hosted by Pre-Code.Com and Shadows and Satin. For the occasion, I chose to write about one of my favourite early British Hithcock’s films: … 1,435 more words

Movies Of The 30's

FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT (1940): "The female of the speeches is deadlier than the male."

FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT (1940) – Walter Wanger        Productions – Rating:  ★★★★

B&W – 120 minutes – 1.37:1 aspect ratio

Principal cast:  Joel McCrea (Johnny Jones/Huntley Haverstock), Laraine Day ( 1,784 more words

Alfred Hitchcock

The Fly

PLOT (spoiler alert!!!):

In Montreal, Quebec, scientist Andre Delambre is found dead with his head and arm crushed in a hydraulic press. Although his wife Helene confesses to the crime, she refuses to provide a motive and exhibits a number of strange behaviors. 1,239 more words

Movie Reviews

Madeleine Carroll Blogathon: I Was a Spy (1933)

One of the great pleasures of blogathons is discovering an old film, or an actor, or director and realizing that there’s still so, so many wonderful classic films yet to see. 641 more words

Blogathons

Film Review: "The Letter" (1940)

If you pull the trigger then you must be ready for the consequences… Leslie Crosbie, the wife of a rubber plantation administrator, shoots a man in cold blood and claims it was self-defense, except that a letter she holds in her hand can prove otherwise. 401 more words

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