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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

HitchcOctober Day 19: Foreign Correspondent

Johnny Jones (Joel McCrea), a reporter for the New York Globe, has just been assigned to be the newspaper’s foreign correspondent in pre-Second World War England. 806 more words


Classic Hollywood Birthdays

Cornel Wilde, actor & director (1912-1989)

Joseph Kaufman, producer (1911-1961)
Robert Walker, actor (1918-1951)
Laraine Day, actress (1920-2007)
Yves Montand, actor & singer (1921-1991)

Classic Hollywood Birthdays

The First Lady of Baseball: Laraine Day

She was a perfect mix of sophistication and fresh-faced beauty.

Laraine Day was an All-American girl next door, who played Nurse Mary Lamont in the “Doctor Kildare” film series while under contract to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 923 more words

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Movie Quote of the Day - Foreign Correspondent, 1940 (dir. Alfred Hitchcock)

Johnny Jones: I love you, and I want to marry you.
Carol Fisher: I love you, and I want to marry you.
Johnny Jones: Well, that cuts down our love scene quite a bit, doesn’t it?

Movie Quote Of The Day

Fingers at the Window (1942)

If one joined this movie just after the opening credits came to a close you would probably get the feeling that you were watching a Universal Studios thriller in the vein of the 1941 old dark house film The Black Cat. 488 more words

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