Slim Overview:

Slim (1937) was a Drama - Romance Film directed by Ray Enright and produced by Hal B. Wallis, Jack L. Warner and Samuel Bischoff.

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Video of the Week: Honeyboy Slim and the Bad Habits

By Marisa on Apr 29, 2015 From The Timothy Carey Experience

Today happens to be the birthday of one of my most favorite people in the whole wide world, Heather Drain. Besides being an amazing writer and critic of fringe culture, she is my number-one cohort in the Timothy Carey Estrogen Brigade. I dedicate today’s video, another one from the archives, t... Read full article


Bogie whistled and Slim went running: RIP Lauren Bacall.

By Vanessa Buttino on Aug 13, 2014 From Stardust

Bogie whistled and Slim went running: RIP Lauren Bacall. Betty Joan Perske (aka Lauren Bacall), 1924 - 2014. I always said that when Lauren Bacall passed away, I'd lose my shit. Well, it's happened. The last of the great classic film legends has left us. Bacall passed away on August 12, 20... Read full article


South Dakota Slim Alert!

By Marisa on Apr 21, 2014 From The Timothy Carey Experience

Turner Classic Movies seems to be in the middle of a beach party movie marathon today. They will be showing Bikini Beach (1964)?and Beach Blanket Bingo (1965) very shortly, so get those DVRs fired up! You don’t want to miss a minute of South Dakota Slim and his antics. See you at the bubbie ho... Read full article


So slim, so blonde, so lovely

By vp19 on Dec 24, 2012 From Carole & Co.

It's three Carole Lombard photos in one as part of this rotogravure montage from 1933. (Actually, the term "rotogravure" is usually synonymous with newspapers; this sepia image measures 8.25" x 11.25", and I'm going to guess this came from a magazine.) The dominant photo was taken by Eugene Robert R... Read full article


Video of the Week: Honeyboy Slim & The Bad Habits

By Marisa on Jul 11, 2012 From The Timothy Carey Experience

Now this be more like it! Our video for this week is Timothy’s wild Cajun dance from Bayou (1957), set to “Tule Ton Son Ton,” a classic Clifton Chenier tune performed here by the awesome Swedish R&B band Honeyboy Slim & The Bad Habits. This is exactly the kind of music that... Read full article


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Slim Kincaid: That's what's the matter.


Man: Who do we notify if you break the law?
Slim Kincaid: Break what law?
Man: The law of gravity. Who do we notify if you fall off a tower?
Slim Kincaid: Notify the guy that's underneath me to get out of the way.


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Also directed by Ray Enright




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Also produced by Hal B. Wallis




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Also released in 1937




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