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Being an indigenous person I am an advocate for sovereignty, and that includes the sovereignty of a nation like Britain – the below is a copy paste of a comment made in the link that accompanies this blog. 573 more words

Evelyn Prentice (1934)

The Thin Woman

***This Review Contains Spoilers***

Movies like Evelyn Prentice give me one of the greatest satisfactions I get from watching films; discovering an obscurity from an actor’s filmography which I end up considering to be one of their finest films. 494 more words

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Classic Hollywood Birthdays

Victor McLaglen, actor (1886-1959)

Ray Collins, actor (1889-1965)
Una Merkel, actress (1903-1986)
Hermes Pan, dancer & choreographer (1909-1990)
Dorothy Lamour, actress & singer (1914-1996)
Reginald Rose, writer (1920-2002) 20 more words

Classic Hollywood Birthdays

The Kentuckian (1955) Burt Lancaster in the Fifties

Like many stars experiencing their peak years at the box-office, Burt Lancaster felt the need to get behind the camera and direct himself. He chose to do so in the comfortable surroundings of an outdoor adventure and wisely hired a solid cast of character players to surround himself with. 648 more words

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It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Movie Challenge..... Bombshell (1933)

Back to a pre-code assignment from blogger pal Kristina over at the Speakeasy. It’s time for our monthly challenge when we give each other a title we haven’t yet seen to help broaden our movie going experiences. 939 more words

Clark Gable

Evelyn Prentice (1934)

This one isn’t funny… but then it isn’t supposed to be. Of the first four Powell-Loy films, three of them were not comedies.Evelyn Prentice is a melodrama. 447 more words


The Bank Dick

Released:  1940

Cast:  W.C. Fields, Cora Witherspoon, Una Merkel

SUMMARY:  In the small town of Lompoc, Egbert Souse (W.C. Fields) lives with his wife, two daughters, and mother-in-law.   767 more words

1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die