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Silent Sunday – The Eagle (1925)

Durnmoose Movie Musings Posted by Michael on Aug 12, 2018

Since Sunday tends to be a day of quiet and reflection for many people, it seems an appropriate day to celebrate silent movies. But in keeping with the “day of rest” theme, I’m just going to post this without any commentary and just sit back and let you enjoy. read more

The Eagle Has Landed

Classic Film & TV Cafe Posted by Rick29 on Jul 18, 2018

Michael Caine as Kurt Steiner. Toward the end of World War II, Hitler commissions a "feasibility study" to determine the plausibility of kidnapping Winston Churchill. Initially, Colonel Max Radl (Robert Duvall) thinks the study is a waste of time. But as he gathers and analyzes intelligence da read more

Pre-Code Crazy: The Eagle and the Hawk (1933)

Shadows and Satin Posted by shadowsandsatin on Mar 11, 2018

If you tune in to The Eagle and the Hawk (1933) on March 24th because you’re a huge Carole Lombard fan, let me give you a tip. Lombard is in the film, but her role is small; she’s on screen less than 10 minutes, tops.  But if you want to see a riveting pre-Code starring two first-rate actors read more

Eddie the Eagle (2016, Dexter Fletcher)

The Stop Button Posted by Andrew Wickliffe on Feb 28, 2016

Eddie the Eagle is charming. It’s assured–great script from Sean Macaulay and Simon Kelton–and a wonderful sense of time and place (eighties UK and Europe, then Canada) from director Fletcher. Fletcher’s got some problems I’ll get to in a bit but Eddie’s got a ph read more

Eddie the Eagle (2016, Dexter Fletcher)

The Stop Button Posted by Andrew Wickliffe on Feb 28, 2016

Eddie the Eagle is charming. It’s assured–great script from Sean Macaulay and Simon Kelton–and a wonderful sense of time and place (eighties UK and Europe, then Canada) from director Fletcher. Fletcher’s got some problems I’ll get to in a bit but Eddie’s got a ph read more

The Eagle

Timeless Hollywood Posted by Michele on Mar 8, 2015

This post is a part of Russia in Classic Film Blogathon hosted by Movies Silently. Click here to see a list of all participants. The Eagle is a 1925 silent film starring Rudolph Valentino with Vilma Banky and Louise Dressler. The movie starts out with the Czarina (Louise Dressler) about to inspect read more

Fun Size Review: The Eagle (1925)

Movies Silently Posted by Movies, Silently on Aug 26, 2013

Valentino, the Great Slavic Lover! Valentino’s career was revitalized by going… Russian? Yep, this Robin Hood tale turned out to be an ideal vehicle for him. Valentino is heroic, romantic and surprisingly funny (he had an underused gift for comedy). Essentially a dress rehearsal for Son read more

Valentino and the Cougar, The Eagle Animated GIF

Movies Silently Posted by Movies, Silently on Feb 13, 2013

Rudolph Valentino is the prey of Louise Dresser’s Catherine the Great. Dresser delivers a smart, funny performance as the cougar to end all cougars and Valentino is just adorable! read more

The Eagle (1925) A Silent Film Review

Movies Silently Posted by Movies, Silently on Feb 4, 2013

Rudolph Valentino finally came up with the perfect movie formula in this 1925 hit: Action Lover. Valentino is a fun-loving Cossack who turns down the advances of the Czarina. Forced on the run, he takes the opportunity to seek revenge against his father’s enemy. And wouldntcha know it, that read more

The Eagle and the Hawk

Sittin' on a Backyard Fence Posted by kimalysong on Mar 18, 2012

You know what is one of the best film discoveries? When you realize two of your favorite actors starred in a film together that you have never seen. In the case of The Eagle & the Hawk it would be Fredric March & Cary Grant. Of course with big names like this you expect the film to not be ve read more