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Storm Warning (1951, Stuart Heisler)

The Stop Button Posted by Andrew Wickliffe on Apr 3, 2019

One of Storm Warning’s failings is its attempt to carefully navigate the story content so I’m just going to be lead-footed and get right to things, which probably would’ve helped the movie though not the ending. Storm Warning is about Ginger Rogers visiting sister Doris Day and witnessing the read more

Along Came Jones (1945, Stuart Heisler)

The Stop Button Posted by Andrew Wickliffe on Jul 22, 2016

Along Came Jones gets by on its gimmick and its charm–it’s got a lot of charm, both from the cast and Nunnally Johnson’s screenplay, which is good as director Heisler doesn’t bring any. Jones is a lower budget Western, lots of rear screen projection, lots of boring setups fr read more

Dallas (Stuart Heisler, 1950)

Movie Classics Posted by Judy on Jan 31, 2015

I’ve been watching a few 1950s Westerns lately, and enjoyed this gorgeously-filmed Technicolor offering from the start of the decade, starring Gary Cooper. It’s one of his lesser films, and rather uneven, with some unbelievable plot twists, but still a good role for him. Cooper plays read more

Tokyo Joe (Stuart Heisler, 1949)

Movie Classics Posted by Judy on Aug 2, 2013

The shadow of Casablanca hangs heavy over Tokyo Joe, as Bogart attempts to recapture the mood of his most famous romance in a drama made by his own production company, Santana. Once again, Bogart plays an expat nightclub owner, this time wandering through the battered landscape of post-war Tokyo. An read more

The Glass Key (1942, Stuart Heisler)

The Stop Button Posted by on Sep 12, 2012

The Glass Key‘s a murder mystery, but its solution–and even its investigation–is incidental to the rest of the picture. From about seven minutes in, director Heisler defines Key as something quite different. Leading man Alan Ladd isn’t a detective, he isn’t even partic read more