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Tales of the Riverbank

So, my enjoyment of THE PRISONER OF ZENDA led me to investigate the often-overlooked John Cromwell a bit, flipping through my heap of unwatched discs to see what I might have of his lying about. 513 more words

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Pre-50s Westerns DVD/Blu-Ray News #234: Four Faces West (1948).

Directed by Alfred E. Green
Starring Joel McCrea, Frances Dee, Charles Bickford, Joseph Calleia, William Conrad

It didn’t do well when it came out. But to those familiar with it today, … 68 more words

Pre-1950

"BARBARY COAST" (1935) Review

“BARBARY COAST” (1935) Review

I have seen a good number of television and movie Westerns in my time. But I find it rather odd that it is hard – almost difficult – to find a well done movie set during the… 1,190 more words

Movie Review

The Joel McCrea Blogathon: South Of St. Louis (1949).

Directed by Ray Enright
Written by Zachary Gold and James R. Webb
Director Of Photography: Karl Freund, ASC
Film Editor: Clarence Kolster
Music by Max Steiner… 968 more words

Pre-1950

November 5: Happy Birthday Tilda Swinton and Vivien Leigh

Tilda Swinton turns 56 today.  Shortly after graduating from Cambridge she began working on stage, joining the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1984.  Her earliest film roles were in several films from British avant-garde director Derek Jarman; she also starred in Sally Potter’s adaptation of Virginia Woolf’s… 1,354 more words

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The Joel McCrea Blogathon: The Outriders (1950) By Guest Blogger Blake Lucas.

Directed by Roy Rowland
Produced by Richard Goldstone
Story and Screenplay by Irving Ravetch
Cinematography: Charles Schoenbaum
Art Direction: Preston Ames and Cedric Gibbons
Set Decoration: Edwin B. 1,862 more words

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