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But Doctor, I Never Learned How To Read

The Song Of Bernadette”  —  movie review “The Song Of Bernadette 364 more words
Highly Recommended Movie

Golden Year: OUR MAN FLINT (Daniel Mann, 1/16/1966)

Our Man Flint came out at the height of the pop cultural “spy craze” that followed in the wake of the Bond films’ phenomenal popularity. By 1966, an apparently endless proliferation of globetrotting and gadget-mongering secret agents seemed to dominate American feature films and television programming alike. 636 more words


Classic Hollywood Birthdays

Georges Méliès, illusionist & filmmaker (1861-1938)

Richard A. Rowland, studio executive & producer (1880-1947)
John Qualen, actor (1899-1987)
Irene, costume designer (1900-1962)
Frank Faylen, actor (1905-1985) 39 more words

Classic Hollywood Birthdays

In the frame

Gradually overcoming my foolish Elia Kazan aversion — based on his politics/ethics, not his movies, so I’ve just been robbing myself, really — and ran BOOMERANG! 618 more words


Call Northside 777 (1948)

It’s not really noir and it’s hardly a procedural. After all, it’s not from the point of view of the cops, but an intrepid investigative journalist who is looking to clear a man’s name after 12 years. 384 more words

Long Review

MOVIE REVIEW | ***AFI WEEKEND*** #19. On the Waterfront (1954)

“The American Film Institute’s list of the 100 Greatest Movies was selected by AFI’s blue-ribbon panel of more than 1,500 leaders of the American movie community to commemorate 100 Years of Movies”. 612 more words


Throwback Trailer: Our Man Flint (1966)

When a global criminal organization flexes its power over weather and tectonic activity, secret agent Derek Flint (James Coburn) is summoned from retirement to get to the bottom of the matter. 51 more words

Throwback Trailer