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There are movies that everyone is “supposed” to watch. Sadly, most of us waste our time watching the thoroughly “meh” Gilmore Girls and other time filler series. 818 more words

Film

Unfunny Business

Over at The Chiseler, a consideration of three questionable comics, including the man pictured above, a sort of Nigel Farrage of his day, but with a more robust grasp of economic theory. 8 more words

FILM

Fit for a King

After watching Earthworm Tractors back in August, I bookmarked this 1937 Joe E. Brown film and watched it last night.

Joe E. Brown plays a happy-go-lucky (I would say he is like that in every film) aspiring news reporter who is following a story involving the attempted assassination of an archduke of some un-named country. 133 more words

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Alibi Ike (1935)

Directed by Ray Enright
Written by William Wister Haines

When I was originally amassing the list for my Baseball marathon a little over a year ago,  753 more words

Comedy

Alibi Ike (1935)

I return from hibernation to review this baseball comedy for the Olivia de Havilland Centenary Blogathon, co-hosted by Crystal at In the Good Old Days of Classic Hollywood. 18 more words

Painted Faces (1929)

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A courtroom drama—think 12 Angry Men but with a circus clown as holdout juror!
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US / 70 minutes / bw / Tiffany–Stahl Dir: 1,898 more words

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