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Pic of the Day: "I'll Cry Tomorrow" revisited

In anticipation of tonight’s airing of the Lillian Roth biopic I’ll Cry Tomorrow (1955) on Turner Classic Movies (9:00PM PST, 12:00AM EST), we present another screen shot from Timothy’s don’t-blink-or-you’ll-miss-him appearance about halfway through the film, as a sweaty derelict in a seedy flophouse. 53 more words

Timothy Carey

Can Success Spoil Anne, Jennifer And Neely?

Following completion of “Don’t Make Waves” Sharon Tate was cast to play a lead role in the drama film “Valley Of The Dolls”. The film was directed by Mark Robson (“Von Ryan’s Express”, “Earthquake”) and released in the UK in January 1968. 614 more words


Atmospheric production design and cinematography are the real stars of THE LOST MOMENT

Rating: ★★★

Jack Clayton’s The Innocents is a standard-bearer in Gothic suspense which didn’t initially get its due in 1961, though in recent years has found itself elevated from the ranks of cult chiller to bona fide classic, thanks to a fine BFI Blu-ray and a theatrical re-release — though nothing quite confirms canonical status like getting your own spine number in the Criterion Collection, which is putting out its own Blu-ray this September. 781 more words

Vérité Film Magazine

Making room for the new

I was flicking through A guide for the Advanced Soul: A Book of Insight by Susan Hayward, which lives on one of our bookshelves, when I came across this quote: 105 more words


National First Ladies' Library, Canton, OH

One of the great things about moving back to the state of your birth after many years of absence is discovering new and interesting tidbits that you never knew about when you were growing up. 662 more words


For the 1947 Blogathon: They Won't Believe Me!

If  cable tv had existed in 1947,  then the movie I chose to review for this blogathon, RKO Studio’s They Won’t Believe Me!  would have appeared on the Lifetime Channel!   1,358 more words