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Stardust and Shadows Posted by Terry on Aug 14, 2015

    Summers are wonderful times to enjoy pictures – some of which I enjoyed during the TCM SUMMER OF DARKNESS festival on Film Noir.  The rain felt warm, the dark was comforting, and dialogue was so sharp you could shave with it. There is morning even in a noir picture -however desol read more

The Human Comedy (1943)

Flickers in Time Posted by Beatrice on Oct 14, 2014

The Human Comedy Directed by Clarence Brown Written by Howard Eastabrook from the story by William Saroyan 1943/USA Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer First viewing/Amazon Instant Video   MGM’s faith-based, patriotic take on small-town America during World War II was not for me. The people of Icatha, read more

MGM Blogathon: The Human Comedy (1943)

Mildred's Fatburgers Posted by Beth Daniels on Jun 28, 2014

Cloying, but Comforting Über sweet, but worth it My memory of this film is fonder than it should be. It appeals to me because Mickey Rooney is restrained and affecting in it and certain scenes were etched in my memory from the first time I saw it on television a thousand years ago.But I forgot abou read more

The Human Comedy (Found from 1943)

The Best Picture Project Posted by Alyson on Jan 3, 2011

On the surface, The Human Comedy is a story about the Macauleys, an American family during WWII.  The father (Ray Collins) has died two years ago, but provides narration in his afterlife.  Oldest son Marcus (Van Johnson) is away from home serving in the army, leaving middle teenage son Homer (Mickey read more

The Human Comedy (Missing)

The Best Picture Project Posted by Alyson on Apr 18, 2010

This will only be out of my grasp for a few more weeks.  Thankfully, it will be on TCM May 5th…at five o’clock in the morning.  Ugggh, I apologize in advance if I’m a little annoyed with The Human Comedy.  Not much is funny at five a.m. read more