Key Largo (1948)
Saturday, July 6th
Frank McCloud (Humphrey Bogart) has arrived in Key Largo to meet with the family of one of the men he commanded during the war. James Temple (Lionel Barrymore) is the proprietor of the…Continue
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Derek McLellan and Maria Ciaccia discuss the life and career of Burt Lancaster on his centenary.
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As with any era, the 1920's had time period specific slang. Here is a sampling. It sure is the berries! Have a swell time, but make sure you don't upchuck!
Bell Polisher—A young man addicted to lingering in vestibules at 1 a.m.
Brush Ape—Anyone from the sticks; a country Jake.
THE NADIR OF THE BRUTE MAN
Thought I would spend sometime writing about the Universal studios film THE BRUTE MAN (1946) as it seems to get ignored by many people as it is perhaps the lowest point from what the studio had produced. This picture as perhaps a few of you know had Rondo Hatton as 'The Creeper" in what was the end of the Universal Studios cycle of Horror films.
Rondo Hatton's film dealings are sad story of a man exploited by a films studio in…
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A few years back, I set myself a task of watching a long list of movies, some of which I wanted to watch but hadn't had the time to see, and some of which I felt I SHOULD watch, even though they weren't my cup of tea--westerns, war films, etc. I spent at least a year working on this task--not every night, because sometimes I just wanted to rewatch an old favorite and take a break from my dutiful viewing of unseen classics, but I kept at it steadily. I covered movies and genres I…Continue
Double Indemnity (1944)
Friday, June 21st
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Derek McLellan and Maria Ciaccia discuss the life and career of John Garfield on his centenary.
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Derek McLellan and Matthew Kennedy with another audio review of a classic movie :
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Derek McLellan and Maria Ciaccia discuss the film career of Danny Kaye on his centenary.
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Bride of Frankenstein (1935)
Thursday, June 6th
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