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Alfie (1966)

Flickers in Time Posted by Beatrice on Mar 17, 2019

Alfie Directed by Lewis Gilbert Written by Bill Naughton based on his play 1966/UK Lewis Gilbert/Sheldrake Films Repeat viewing/Amazon instant     It’s all about Michael Caine. Alfie (Caine) is a drop-dead gorgeous rotter with an eye for the vulnerable woman.  He keeps them on steady read more

The Impossibly Difficult Name that Movie Game

Silver Scenes - A Blog for Classic Film Lovers Posted by The Metzinger Sisters on Mar 17, 2019

Happy St. Patrick's Day, dear readers! 'Tis a grand day to be celebrating your Irish heritage, even if ye blood not be running green.  This screenshot may be a wee bit difficult for some, but for fans of this film, it will be striking a familiar chord. As always, if ye be knowing nothing of wh read more

book: The Blue Movie Murders (1972) by Edward Hoch, writing as Ellery Queen

Noirish Posted by John Grant on Mar 17, 2019

Toward the end of the Ellery Queen franchise there appeared three novels featuring Mike McCall, special investigator for the governor of an (I think) unnamed state. This was the third of them (as I realized from internal clues and then a check of copyright dates; for some reason I’d thought i read more

Quote: Alfred Hitchcock on Cinema

Classic Movies Posted by KC on Mar 17, 2019

Image Source The screen must speak its own language, freshly coined. -Alfred Hitchcock Quote Source read more

Many thanks to the participants of the 2nd Marathon Stars Blogathon!

The Wonderful World of Cinema Posted by Virginie Pronovost on Mar 17, 2019

I just want to thank you all those who participated to the 2nd Marathon Stars Blogathon that I’ve been hosting in the last few days with the wonderful Samantha from Musings of A Classic Film Addict and the great Crystal from in The Good Old Days of Classic Hollywood. It was a real pleasure to read more

Crooner (1932): Still Crushing on Ann Dvorak

A Person in the Dark Posted by FlickChick on Mar 17, 2019

I caught up with a nifty little pre-code called "Crooner" on TCM the other day. Because I am pretty mad for the pre-code era of Ann Dvorak, I checked it out and have to admit, it was quite fun (if you're not expecting too much). "Crooner" is just a Warner Brothers quickie (clocking in at 6 read more

Announcing The 2nd Great Hammer-Amicus Blogathon

Cinematic Catharsis Posted by Barry P. on Mar 17, 2019

  We’re back! After last year’s blogathon, Gill Jacob (of Realweegiemidget Reviews) and I had so much fun, we decided to do a repeat. This year, we’re hoping to make this three-day-plus event bigger and better. Popular favorites are always welcome, but we’re encouragin read more

For San Simeon, a centenary of sorts

Carole & Co. Posted by carole_and_co on Mar 17, 2019

Neither Carole Lombard nor her two actor husbands, William Powell or Clark Gable, were strangers to the central California opulence in San Simeon popularly known as Hearst Castle. (Bill and Carole are shown near the main entrance in 1931.) This year marks a milestone for the landmark, as it was 100 read more

Wolffianclassicmoviesdigest Posted by Joey on Mar 17, 2019

the young avengers First introduced in the 2005 Young Avengers series by Jim Cheung and Allan Heinberg,  Its creation came out a team of young people that featured features numerous adolescent characters who typically have connections to established members of Marvel’s primary superhero team, read more

Cooking with the Stars: Maureen O’Hara’s Tuna Crush Salad

Classic Movie Hub Blog Posted by Samantha Ellis on Mar 17, 2019

Maureen O’Hara’s Tuna Crush Salad Maureen O’Hara The snow is slowly melting around town, I’ve been seeing green everywhere I go, and the TCM Classic Film Festival is just over a month away. All of this can only mean one thing: March is upon us! I’ve been so enthusiastic to pen read more

Fright (1956)

Noirish Posted by John Grant on Mar 16, 2019

US / 78 minutes / bw / Planet Filmplays, Exploitation Productions, Budd Rogers Releasing Corporation Dir & Pr: W. Lee Wilder Scr: Myles Wilder Cine: J. Burgi Contner Cast: Nancy Malone, Eric Fleming, Dean L. Almquist, Frank Marth, Humphrey Davis, Elizabeth Watts, Walter Klavun, Amelia Conley, To read more

book: Island of the Sequined Love Nun (1997) by Christopher Moore

Noirish Posted by John Grant on Mar 16, 2019

At his best — as in novels like Fluke, Lamb and Noir — Christopher Moore is close to being our finest living humorous writer. Even his lesser novels, of which this is one, offer good entertainment. Underqualified pilot Tucker Case loses his job flying for the boss of a cosmetics corpor read more

The 2nd Marathon Stars Blogathon – Day 3

The Wonderful World of Cinema Posted by Virginie Pronovost on Mar 16, 2019

We’ve finally reached the last day of the 2nd Marathon Stars Blogathon that I’m hosting with Crystal from In the Good Old Days of Classic Hollywood and Samantha from Musings of A Classic Film Addict. This blogathon is the perfect occasion for its participants to discover an actor or an a read more

Wolffianclassicmoviesdigest Posted by Joey on Mar 16, 2019

Last year, the whole MCU was turned to dust. Very soon, it’s all going to be put back together again (probably), but how it happens, who survives, and what it all means for Phase 4 is still very much up in the air as what remains will be what is left of marvel going forward. The Soul Stone demand read more

Hard Surfaces (2017, Zach Brown)

The Stop Button Posted by Andrew Wickliffe on Mar 16, 2019

Hard Surfaces is pretty thin. Sometimes it’s translucently thin. The film itself never has any depth, but fairly regularly the actors at least show they could give it some depth, if it weren’t for the thinness. Ostensibly the film’s well-meaning, but that quality comes off as fake. Like writer read more

DER HUND VON BASKERVILLE On Blu-ray From Flicker Alley

The Hitless Wonder Movie Blog Posted by Dan Day Jr. on Mar 16, 2019

Flicker Alley presents a wonderful find on home video--a rediscovered and restored 1929 German silent version of the most famous Sherlock Holmes story, THE HOUND OF THE BASKERVILLES. The Blu-ray release also features a 1914 German film adaptation of the tale. For me the discovery of a lost Sherlock read more

The stamp campaign begins

Carole & Co. Posted by carole_and_co on Mar 16, 2019

Has Carole Lombard ever been featured on a postage stamp? The answer is "yes," from some unlikely places. In 2007, we discovered she was on stamps issued in obscure former Soviet republic of Karakalpakia (https://carole-and-co.livejournal.com/53110.html), and two years later, we learned the tortured read more

A gloriosa Gloria Swanson / The Glorious Gloria Swanson

Critica Retro Posted by Lê on Mar 16, 2019

A gloriosa Gloria Swanson / The Glorious Gloria Swanson Assim como muitas pessoas, minha introdução à Gloria Swanson foi através de “Crepúsculo dos Deuses” (1950). Muitos espectadores, num primeiro momento, podem pensar que Norma Desmond é uma personagem autobiográfica – read more

THE MARATHON STARS BLOGATHON: DAY 2 RECAP

The Wonderful World of Cinema Posted by Virginie Pronovost on Mar 15, 2019

In The Good Old Days Of Classic Hollywood. The spectacular blogging event that provides us with the opportunity to delve into the filmography of a certain actor or actress who we are not that familiar with, has finally arrived. This fantastic idea was the brainchild of the wonderful Virginie from T read more

REMAKE AVENUE: The Arizonian (1935) and The Marshal of Mesa City (1939)

Caftan Woman Posted by on Mar 15, 2019

This trip to Remake Avenue finds us among hitching rails, horse troughs and copious saloons (leave your guns at the door). The Arizonian begins with an outstanding story and screenplay by Dudley Nichols (The Informer, Stagecoach, The Long Voyage Home). The director Charles Vidor (Ladies in Retirem read more
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