The Show (1922) was a Silent Films - Black-and-white Film directed by Norman Taurog and Larry Semon .
Frasier (1993) s01e16 – The Show Where Lilith Comes Backon Apr 25, 2020 From The Stop Button
Bebe Neuwirth?s visit to the new show, coming in the back nine of the first season, is everything it could and should be. Writers Ken Levine and Davis Isaacs craft this perfect plot, which showcases Neuwirth and gives her a relationship?active or not?with all the regulars, then still manages to keep... Read full article
On DVD/Blu-Ray: Ann Dvorak Steals the Show in Out of the Blue (1947)By KC on Dec 3, 2019 From Classic Movies
Director Leigh Jason’s Out of the Blue (1947) aims for screwball comedy, but doesn’t have the pace or cast to fit the bill. Instead, it is an offbeat ensemble piece with a few plot points that haven’t aged well and a supremely silly performance by Ann Dvorak. Based on Vera Caspar... Read full article
The Man I Love (1947): Ida Lupino Steals The ShowBy 4 Star Film Fan on Nov 21, 2019 From 4 Star Films
It feels like we might have the courtesy of a bit of Gershwin masquerading under the cloak of noir. We find ourselves at a hole-in-the-wall jazz joint after hours. Club 39 feels free and easy with an intimate jam sesh. Petey Brown (Ida Lupino) is having fun with a rendition of “The Man I Love.... Read full article
Musical Monday: On with the Show! (1929)on Mar 18, 2019 From Comet Over Hollywood
It?s no secret that the Hollywood Comet loves musicals. In 2010, I revealed I had seen 400 movie musicals over the course of eight years. Now that number is over 600. To celebrate and share this musical love, here is my weekly feature about musicals. This week?s musical: On With The Show!?(1929) ? M... Read full article
The Show Goes OnBy Neve on Jun 12, 2017 From The Baz
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