Trio Overview:

Trio (1950) was a Drama - Romance Film directed by Harold French and Ken Annakin and produced by Antony Darnborough.

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A trio of intriguing pics

By carole_and_co on Sep 12, 2020 From Carole & Co.

Carole Lombard poses with her beloved dachshund Commissioner in this 1938 color portrait taken by John Engstead. Great shot, though I'm a bit miffed for the doxie's sake that Engstead couldn't work his entire face in.That's one of three new Lombard images we have for you. Next up, also from '38 (May... Read full article


Twilight Time Round-up: A Trio of 20th Century Fox Films and Viewing Suggestions

By KC on Jan 22, 2020 From Classic Movies

Like many classic film fans, I’m becoming increasingly nervous about the status of physical media in our cultural landscape. A couple of years ago, I contemplated thinning my DVD/Blu-ray collection. Now I’ve decided to keep everything and save space by organizing everything into binders ... Read full article


On Blu-ray--A Horror Trio: The Fearless Vampire Killers (1966), Don't Be Afraid of the Dark (1973), and From Beyond the Grave (1973)

By KC on Oct 31, 2019 From Classic Movies

I ended my October horror binge with a trio of unusual horror films recently released on Blu-ray from Warner Archive. Not a bad way to close out the month. The Fearless Vampire Killers or Pardon Me, But Your Teeth Are in My Neck (1966) I’ve always had mixed feelings about this oddly-paced, e... Read full article


Western RoundUp: A Trio of Wyatt Earp Westerns

By Laura Grieve on Dec 22, 2018 From Classic Movie Hub Blog

Western RoundUp: A Trio of Wyatt Earp Westerns Real-life Western lawman Wyatt Earp (1848-1929) has been portrayed in countless films over the years. The stories always take a fair amount of dramatic license, but Earp’s legend was such that his name and incidents from his life were a seemingly ... Read full article


A trio of 'Picturegoers'

By carole_and_co on Apr 28, 2018 From Carole & Co.

Unlike their American counterparts, most British film magazines such as Picturegoer were weeklies, not monthlies, enabling Carole Lombard (shown in the Dec. 4, 1937 issue) and other stars to appear on their covers more frequently. (A question to Michelle Morgan or any other UK readers: Is there any ... Read full article


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'Andrew Crawford' was going to star but dropped out before filming.
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