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The Helen Morgan Story (1957)

Director Michael Curtiz continued his long association with Warner Brothers with this biopic of the famous singer from the roaring twenties enacted here by Ann Blyth. 641 more words

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Bowery Bombshell (1946)

The word Bowery in a film title pretty much means one is about to partake in a seventy minute adventure with Leo Gorcey, Huntz Hall and the Bowery Boys up to their usual pranks and get rich quick schemes. 487 more words

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5 TV Shows/Sitcoms That Still Make Me Laugh

Television became popular within American culture back in the 1950s. It soon became a staple for American families to sit around to watch their favorite shows and for quality family time. 514 more words


Geek Alabama Rewind: Week Of 6-13-15

Here is the latest weekly recap for Geek Alabama! Some of the most popular posts from the last week included a Sunday Discussion post about The Three Stooges: Phil Williams, Mo Brooks, Mike Rogers, a post about why the snob people are helping to ruin America, a post about why you will enjoy the newest season of Classic Alice, a post about why the hospitals in East Alabama cost too much, a post about why Broadband internet is something everyone should be able to get, and a post about The Powerpuff Girls comeback and the Homer and Marge Simpsons breakup. 230 more words

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'The Three Stooges' Is Returning To TV As An Animated Series

Last month, news hit that a sequel to 2012’s The Three Stooges is coming. If you’re a fan of the classic TV series but not the the recent big-screen iteration of Moe, Larry, and Curly then this news might be for you. 252 more words


Woman In Hiding (1950)

From director Michael Gordon (Pillow Talk) comes this first rate Noir thriller with Ida Lupino as the central figure. The role plays right into Ida’s strengths. 544 more words

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Dumb and Dumber To

Honestly, a huge bummer for me, because I really wanted to enjoy this. But it’s as old and tired as I feared it could be, despite a smattering of inspired gags… 409 more words