Tags » Margaret Lindsay

Women in Film Quote Series

“The little things are most worthwhile- quiet word, a look, a smile.”Margaret Lindsay


From The Archive: James Cagney Innovates Mischievous Smirking in 'Lady Killer'

Two years after the famous grapefruit scene in The Public Enemy, James Cagney and Mae Clarke teamed up again for Roy Del Ruth’s 1933 film  592 more words

Staff Writers

The House of the Seven Gables (1940)

From the novel by Nathaniel Hawthorne comes this wonderful film from Universal Studios. Before going any further I have to admit I have never read the novel so my enjoyment of the film has not been harmed or enhanced either way. 452 more words

Daily Take

Isle of Fury - 1936

My Review

—Well, I did promise to watch them all…—

Your Bogie Film Fix:

out of 5 bogies!

Director: Frank McDonald

The Lowdown

A newly married pearl trader (Humphrey Bogart) in the South Pacific becomes fond of a man (Donald Woods) that he saves from a shipwreck, only to find out that his new friend might severely complicate his life . 989 more words

Humphrey Bogart

Baby Face (1933)

US / 76 minutes (cut on initial release to 71 minutes) / bw / Warner Dir: Alfred E. Green Pr: William LeBaron, Raymond Griffith Scr: Gene Markey, Kathryn Scola Story: Mark Canfield (Darryl F. 616 more words

Film Noir

Emergency Hospital (1956)

Emergency Hospital is an interesting little “slice of life” film that packs a whole lot of emergency room drama into a tiny 62-minute running time. It provides a peek into the lives of female medical professionals in the 1950s. 289 more words


Film review: The House of the Seven Gables (1940)

Director: Joe May. Screenwriters: Lester Cole, Harold Greene, based on the novel by Nathaniel Hawthorne. Starring: George Sanders, Vincent Price, Margaret Lindsay, Dick Foran, Nan Grey, Alan Napier, Miles Mander, Gilbert Emery. 528 more words