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Canyon Passage (1946)

Directed by Jacques Tourneur
Written by Ernest Pascal

When assembling the list for this marathon, Canyon Passage was consistently a title that kept popping up, recommended by more than a few people. 647 more words


April 27th in Gennett History...

1927: Marion Underwood recorded “Coal Creek March” in Richmond. It appeared on Gennett 6240, Supertone 9167, Silvertone 5080, and Silverstone 9167. 

1928: Carmichael’s Collegians recorded “March of the Hoodlums” in Richmond. 70 more words


Play that song...

So there I was, aged thirteen and three-quarters or thereabouts, attending the Methodist Youth Club. All Around Me (as the ghastly Christmas song would have it) … 971 more words


Album Review: Crystal Gayle - 'Three Good Reasons'

1992’s Three Good Reasons was Crystal Gayle’s final major label album, released during the time that Capitol Nashville was known as Liberty Records. It was a last-ditch effort to get back on the radio. 613 more words

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All That Glitters Is Not Gold: Jane Russell in THE LAS VEGAS STORY (RKO 1952)

Jane Russell’s  sexy as always, but THE LAS VEGAS STORY falls flatter than the proverbial pancake. This dull little crime drama boasts a good cast and some good moments, but on the whole doesn’t satisfy. 645 more words

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