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The Saxon Charm (1948)

While I’m not sure exactly why, I had somehow expected a screwball comedy going in to this feature starring Robert Montgomery as the title character. The opening scene did nothing to dissuade me from that same line of thinking where Montgomery has holed himself up in a hospital bed for some self diagnosed rest with Harry Morgan acting as his press agent and all around jack of all trades. 595 more words

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Mental Health First Aid to make Guernsey the happiest place in the world to live.

In October I was lucky enough to be a speaker at Thrive 2020, a one day convention exploring how to make Guernsey the happiest place in the world to live by 2020. 45 more words

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In the Third Decade of Oscar, Marlon Brando Left All Other Actors Saying "I Coulda Been a Contender"

In the third decade of Oscar, which encompassed movies released between 1947 to 1956, Marlon Brando burst onto the Hollywood scene. Beginning with his second movie, A Streetcar Named Desire, released in 1951, Brando had a run of four consecutive years in which he was nominated for Best Actor. 550 more words


Pony Soldier (1952)

Seventy five cents a day to carry the law where there is none.”

Under the 2oth Century Fox banner, this technicolor feature casts one of the studios leading money makers, Tyrone Power, as a member of the Northwest Mounted Police. 778 more words


I Married a Witch (1942)

It’s very cliché to say that a film is “ahead of its time,” but I can’t think of a better way to describe René Clair’s comedy, … 555 more words


Stephen Boyd and Susan Hayward in "Woman Obsessed", 1959

Stephen filmed “Woman Obsessed’ with Academy Award winning actress Susan Hayward for 20th Century Fox in late 1958, just after he had finished working on “Ben Hur” at Cinecittà Studios in Italy for MGM. 365 more words

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[Last Film I Watched] I Married a Witch (1942)

Title: I Married a Witch
Year: 1942
Country: USA
Language: English
Genre: Comedy, Fantasy, Romance
Director: René Clair
Robert Pirosh
Marc Connelly
based on the novel THE PASSIONATE WITCH by Thorne Smith… 443 more words

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