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Director(s)Alfred Hitchcock
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Mary (1931) was a Mystery - Thriller/Suspense Film directed by Alfred Hitchcock .

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Lords of the Deep (1989, Mary Ann Fisher)

on Dec 31, 2019 From The Stop Button

Lords of the Deep exists for reasons. Some of them seem interesting enough I?m disappointed the trivia section on IMDb doesn?t offer any explanations. But just going on what it?s like watching the film and what it?s good for? You hate top-billed Bradford Dillman and want to simultaneously be reminde... Read full article

Dodsworth (1936) Needs Mary Astor

By 4 Star Film Fan on Aug 20, 2019 From 4 Star Films

Sinclair Lewis is one of those literary names I thoroughly recognize and assume must have been a culture-shaper in his day. Yet I can say nothing intelligible about him.?In fact, this guttural reaction has more to do with my own ignorance with prose then it does with his fading into antiquity. But r... Read full article

book: Touch Not the Cat (1976) by Mary Stewart

By John Grant on Jul 11, 2019 From Noirish

Bryony Ashley, aged 22 and currently the last in her branch of an uppercrust English family, has experienced telepathic episodes since childhood; it’s a family trait, apparently. In particular, she frequently exchanges thoughts with an unidentified “lover” whom she assumes to be on... Read full article

snapshot: Proud Mary (2018)

By John Grant on Dec 12, 2018 From Noirish

US / 89 minutes / color / Screen Gems Dir: Babak Najafi Pr: Tai Duncan, Mark Anthony Little, Paul Schiff Scr: John Stuart Newman, Christian Swegal, Steven Antin Story: John Stuart Newman, Christian Swegal Cine: Dan Laustsen Cast: Taraji P. Henson, Billy Brown, Jahi Di?Allo Winston, Danny Glover, Xan... Read full article

TCM remembers Mary

By carole_and_co on Nov 15, 2018 From Carole & Co.

As far as I know, this is the only joint image of Carole Lombard and Paramount stablemate Mary Carlisle, who died Aug. 1 at age 104. It's from 1932 at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles, and shows Lombard with then-husband William Powell. (I cannot identify the man between Mary and Carole.)Carlisle... Read full article

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One copy of this film is known to survive at the Bundesfilmarchiv in Germany.
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