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posted "The professor and the showgirl" about Ball of Fire.   April 17, 2011
The professor and the showgirl The professor and the showgirl
Barbara Stanwyck struts her stuff and steals the show in Ball of Fire. Born Ruby Stevens in Brooklyn, she was right at home in the role of sexy New Yo
posted "The homefront" about Since You Went Away.   January 23, 2011
The homefront The homefront
WWII was still raging, and producer David O. Selznick wanted to make a film, not about the fighting, but about the American home front. Margaret Buell
posted "There are no bimbos here....." about The Prince and the Showgirl.   January 06, 2011
There are no bimbos here..... There are no bimbos here.....
Lawrence Olivier and Marilyn Monroe???? It's true, this bizarre match actually took place in the 1957 film, The Prince and the Showgirl. The story
posted "Hey, gang, let's put on a show!" about White Christmas.   December 12, 2010
Hey, gang, let's put on a show! Hey, gang, let's put on a show!
Yesterday flipping around the channels I hit upon White Christmas, that old chestnut starring Danny Kaye, Bing Crosby, Rosemary Clooney, Dean Jagger,
posted a comment about the question 'What is your favorite film directed by Alfred Hitchcock?'.   October 21, 2010
posted a comment about the question 'What is your favorite film directed by Alfred Hitchcock?'.   October 21, 2010
answered the question 'What is your favorite film directed by Alfred Hitchcock?' about Spellbound   October 20, 2010
answered the question 'What is your favorite film directed by Alfred Hitchcock?' about Spellbound   October 20, 2010
posted "Train ride" about The Lady Vanishes.   August 30, 2010
Train ride Train ride
The Lady Vanishes was the last thriller that Alfred Hitchcock made in England. Released in 1938, to modern eyes it contains many amusing elements, som
posted "Young patriots" about Johnny Tremain.   August 29, 2010
Young patriots Young patriots
I loved seeing this movie  as a child. (My own crush was the character Rab, played by Richard Beymer, whom I also liked quite a lot a few years l
posted "Bring on the Oscars!" about The Lion in Winter.   August 26, 2010
Bring on the Oscars! Bring on the Oscars!
Eleanor of Aquitaine, upon meeting Henry II for the Christmas court: "How kind of you to let me out of jail." Henry: "It's only f
posted "Decidedly mixed review" about Becket (1964 movie).   August 26, 2010
Decidedly mixed review Decidedly mixed review
OK, I'll play devil's advocate here with a less than glowing opinion. I enjoyed watching this DVD, but the screenplay, based on the stage pla
posted "Black Widow" about The Devil's Rooming House: The True Story of America's Deadliest Female Serial Killer.   August 26, 2010
Black Widow Black Widow
America's deadliest female serial killer performed her deeds a century ago. As with most of such murderers, Amy Archer Gilligan, proprietor of a
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