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On DVD: Dane Clark, Janis Paige, and Zachary Scott in Her Kind of Man (1946)

Classic Movies Posted by KC on Jan 2, 2019

One of my favorite things about the snappy programmers cranked out by studios like Warner Bros is that they often feature players who deserve a brighter spotlight. They don’t have the booming personas of the big stars, and they are often called the “poor man’s” version of som read more

On DVD: Faye Emerson and Zachary Scott in the Twisty Noir Danger Signal (1945)

Classic Movies Posted by KC on Apr 4, 2018

One of my suspense genre pet peeves is the plot that requires the protagonist to miss obvious red flags and continue to plunge into danger. It’s hard to root for someone who doesn’t have a lot of common sense. Danger Signal, which recently made its DVD debut from Warner Archive, manages read more

Flaxy Martin (1949) with Virginia Mayo and Zachary Scott

Classic Film Freak Posted by Orson De Welles on Apr 28, 2016

Share This! A girl with a heart of ice! Has anyone ever seen a film where Virginia Mayo is by far the lead star?  There aren’t a whole lot of them so the answer may be in the negative on that one.  Among those films which at least on the surface feature Mayo in the lead role is 1949’s Flaxy Martin. read more

Warner Archive: Ann Sothern and Zachary Scott in the Thriller Shadow on the Wall (1949)

Classic Movies Posted by KC on Oct 26, 2015

I have adored actress Gigi Perreau ever since I saw her remarkable performance in a bit part for Enchantment (1948). She played an orphaned girl (who would incidentally grow up to be Teresa Wright) and her ability to project heartbreak, courage and charm with just a few words both touched and impres read more

Book Review: Zachary Scott: Hollywood’s Sophisticated Cad (2013)

True Classics Posted by on Feb 21, 2014

Zachary Scott: Hollywood’s Sophisticated Cad Ronald L. Davis Release Date: July 24, 2013 (Reprint); February 27, 2006 (Original printing) University Press of Mississippi  Softcover, 238 pages Last summer, the University Press of Mississippi reprinted Ronald L. Davis’ biography of charact read more

Zachary Scott: Hollywood’s Sophisticated Cad

Journeys in Classic Film Posted by on Jan 13, 2014

Classic film aficionados remember Zachary Scott as the suave con artist Monte Beragon in Mildred Pierce, or the suave con artist opposite Joan Fontaine in Born to Be Bad.  A career foiled by typecasting is Scott’s life, and author Ronald L. Davis’ biography lives up to the title of layin read more

The Heel with Charm: Zachary Scott

Shadows and Satin Posted by shadowsandsatin on Sep 25, 2011

The cad you love to hate. Smooth-talking, darkly handsome and effortlessly sophisticated, Zachary Scott excelled at roles that depicted him as the charming cad you love to hate. In most of his nearly 40 Hollywood features, Scott was cast as the villain who achieved his nefarious ends through the use read more