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Hands Across the Table (1935)

Directed by: Mitchell Leisen
With: Carole Lombard, Fred MacMurray, Ralph Bellamy

This review is part of the Workplace in Film & TV Blogathon hosted by… 887 more words

Review

Bedevilled (1955)

MGM, Paris, Steve Forrest and Anne Baxter all collide in technicolor for this mixture of noir, religion and romance. It’s a tale that sees handsome, square shouldered and rock jawed Forrest off to Paris to complete his religious studies before entering the priesthood. 682 more words

Daily Take

Review - No Man of Her Own

N in the Alphabet Challenge, is No Man of Her Own, the 1950’s film noir drama starring Barbara Stanwyck in the main role and was directed by Mitchell Leisen. 204 more words

Film Review

Remember the Night (1940)

I find that many of the best Christmas movies aren’t really about Christmas at all — at least not in the conventional sense that we’re so used to. 764 more words

Review

Suddenly, It's Spring (1947)

The war has ended, and WAC Captain Mary Morley (Paulette Goddard) is headed home to the States after spending the war counseling young military couples. She’s earned the nickname “Captain Lonelyhearts.” 688 more words

Film

October 6: Happy Birthday Elisabeth Shue and Carole Lombard

Elisabeth Shue, who celebrates her 53rd birthday today, is no stranger here at le Blog.  She has a WTHH article, a gallery, and an special… 793 more words

Celebrity Birthdays

The Film that won Olivia De Havilland her first Academy Award

A few weeks back, I saw a new film in theaters which is surprising considering this has been such a bad year for movies. That film was called… 1,074 more words

Romance