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Wallflower (1948) was a Comedy Film directed by Frederick de Cordova and produced by Alex Gottlieb.

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The Perks of Being a Wallflower

By Alyson on May 21, 2020 From The Best Picture Project

There?s something about Stephen Chbosky?s The Perks of Being a Wallflower that transcends the teen romantic drama genre into something adults can appreciate. Maybe it?s the story of artsy outsiders befriending a vulnerable freshman. Maybe it?s that the stories of young love aren?t so airy and ideali... Read full article

The Perks of Being a Wallflower

By Michael on Oct 5, 2013 From Le Mot du Cinephiliaque

The Perks of Being a Wallflower (Stephen Chboski, 2012) After having issues in mid school, Charlie (Logan Lerman) is having problems making friends as a freshman. Reserved and mostly silent, he gets along with his English teacher Mr. Anderson (Paul Rudd), who becomes his guide or older advice. Unti... Read full article

Motion Picture, August 1935: Be Modern or Be a Wallflower

By vp19 on Dec 19, 2012 From Carole & Co.

Among the benefits of the recent online addition of much of the 1929-1941 run of Motion Picture magazine is that it's helped answer some longstanding questions. For Carole Lombard fans, one is finally completing an article from the August 1935 issue in which Carole delivers another one of her life t... Read full article

Wallflower (1948)

By Raquel Stecher on Nov 30, -0001 From Out of the Past - A Classic Film Blog

Robert Hutton, Joyce Reynolds and Janis Paige in Wallflower (1948) Sisters Jackie (Joyce Reynolds) and Joy (Janis Paige) are polar opposites. Joy is the flirtatious fun-loving one, always getting attention from the opposite sex. Jackie is the sensible one. A bit too sensible. She scares all the gu... Read full article

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