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WARREN WILLIAM - WHERE WOULD PRE-CODES BE WITHOUT HIM?

I was going to call this discussion - "What is your favourite Warren William film"? There are just so many!!! I really like "Skyscraper Sou…

Started by diane

17 Jan 14
Reply by William

PRE - CODE "BAD GIRLS"

There were definately some actresses who excelled at playing "bad girls".

Started by diane

17 Sep 9, 2013
Reply by Mike Duffy

Anyone see this?

http://mothergoddamn.tumblr.com/post/49603385495/warnerarchive-pre-code-hollywood-refers-to-the  I've seen this animated panel about pre-c…

Started by Jim Harris

2 Jul 3, 2013
Reply by diane

PRE-CODE RECOMMENDATIONS

I thought I would start this topic. If anyone has some favourite pre-code films that they would like to recommend please feel free to post…

Started by diane

73 Apr 15, 2013
Reply by Ktrek

NANCY CARROLL - THE GIRL WHO COULD DO EVERYTHING!!!

Nancy Carroll was one of the first stars of the talkies - she was the first star to sing on the screen ("The Shopworn Angel" (1928)) and sh…

Started by diane

12 Jul 11, 2010
Reply by diane

GLENDA FARREL - THE FEMALE CAGNEY

Not that she ever played tough gangsters but she was certainly a "tough cookie" and her fast delivery would have even Cagney in a spin. The…

Started by diane

3 May 12, 2010
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"THREE ON A MATCH" (1932)

"Three on a Match" is just about the ultimate in pre-code viewing (along with "Night Nurse" (1931). There is everything in it sex, drugs, c…

Started by diane

5 May 5, 2010
Reply by MothGirl Wings

PEGGY SHANNON

I am completely addicted to Peggy Shannon and if her name is anywhere in the cast list I will buy it!!! She was so gloriously beautiful but…

Started by diane

2 Mar 6, 2010
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