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What Was on My . . .

Hi. I’ve been deep in my writer’s cave, lost in other worlds, so imagine my surprise to stick my head out and discover summer is nearly here. 1,079 more words

The Writer's Life

Article: "That Girl's Here Again!" (Modern Screen, July 1938)

That Girl’s Here Again!
By Ida Zeitlin
Modern Screen Magazine, July 1938

Margaret Sullavan’s back—with a brand new contract, a good as new baby, and a will to stay! 1,838 more words

Margaret Sullavan


‘Life has become too dirty to fit in it the happiness!’

Erich Maria Remarque – Three Comrades









Three Comrades (1938)

Director: Frank Borzage

F. Scott Fitzgerald worked in Hollywood during the latter half of the 1930s out of financial necessity. While he was most certainly one of the foremost American novelists of his or any time, screenwriting wasn’t a medium that he took a particular liking to, nor was it one that he found much success in. 227 more words


The Black Obelisk

I’ve read Erich Maria Remarque’s novel “Three Comrades” many years ago, sometime during high-school. I love that book, though I can barely recall the characters or the plot. 1,366 more words


"Can't Stop Marathon" Review #4: Three Comrades (1938, Borzage)

Three Comrades is step in a very different direction for Borzage in this marathon. The previous three films I watched were much more focused on the lives of ordinary people, but as told through a melodramatic lens. 411 more words


Three Comrades


The year is 1928. On the outskirts of a large German city, three young men are earning a thin and precarious living. Fully armed young storm troopers swagger in the streets. 187 more words