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Libeled Lady (1936)

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The opening credits of Libeled Lady are not your typical list of screen names, instead we get footage of the four main stars walking arm in arm very happily as their names come on screen one by one. 340 more words

Movie Reviews

Thirteen Women (1932, George Archainbaud)

Thirteen Women runs just under an hour. A minute under an hour. There was pre-release cutting on the studio’s part. But with those fifty-nine minutes, director Archainbaud is still able to create one heck of a creepy film. 570 more words

Classics

Myrna Loy says: | The Müscleheaded Blog

“Life, is not a having and a getting, but a being and a becoming.”

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Reblogs

Night Flight (1933)

On toughening up pilots, John Barrymore has this to say, “softness, weakness means death.”

This star studded effort from Clarence Brown by way of MGM casts Barrymore as the head of an early aviation company delivering mail throughout South America. 618 more words

Daily Take

Myrna Loy The Face of Seventeen Perfume.

Advertised in Motion Picture Classic, Jul-Dec 1930 page number eighty three, Myrna Loy lends her face to Seventeen Perfume.

Actress

Broadway Bill and Riding High (Frank Capra, 1934 and 1950)

I’m still on the blogathon trail! This is my contribution to the Animals in Film Blogathon, which is being hosted by Crystal of In the Good Old Days of Classic Hollywood. 1,283 more words

Classic Movie