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film by Erle C. Kenton

Cast: Charles Laughton, Bela Lugosi, Richard Arlen

An mad scientist conducts horrible  experiments in evolution, eventually establishing himself as the self-styled of  mutated, half-human abominations. 297 more words

U.S. Film

Wings (1927) Oscar Throwback

My Thoughts While Watching:

When I decided I would try to watch old Oscar-winning picture movies over the next year, I kind of dreaded the oldest one because of it being a silent film.  1,946 more words

Movies - TV - Music

Buckskin (1968)

“Boy if you don’t want a mouthful of boot keep your mouth shut.”

That’s a hell of a line delivered by lawman Barry Sullivan in this slightly better than average A.C. 706 more words

Daily Take

Tiger Shark

publicity still for Tiger Shark (1932) with Richard Arlen, Zita Johann and Edward G Robinson.   Richard was born in St Paul, Minnesota and had 178 acting credits, from an uncredited bit in 1921, to 1976.  21 more words

Edward G Robinson

Tiger Shark

Leila Bennett as Muggsey, Richard Arlen and Edward G Robinson in a publicity still for Tiger Shark (1932).  Leila was born in Newark, New Jersey and had 22 acting credits, from an uncredited bit in 1931, through Fury in 1936, also starring Paul Muni.   15 more words

Edward G Robinson

Tiger Shark

Another common theme with Howard Hawks’ work groups, seen here in Tiger Shark (1932) is the sing-along.  It’s a device for his teams to share good times away from work.  10 more words

Edward G Robinson

WINGS (1927) - After 90 years, it still sends viewers soaring

For years, I’d heard about Wings, a silent feature film that was the first movie to win the Best Picture Oscar. For some reason, I imagined that it would seem as cliched as it sounded, perfect for its time but not aged well. 470 more words