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The Lady Vanishes…

Once Upon a Screen Posted by Aurora on Jan 2, 2012

… (1938) is the last film Alfred Hitchcock would make in England before his move to Los Angeles to start work in the Hollywood Studio system.  Defying some genre conventions, The Lady Vanishes is a fun film, as far as Hitchcock films go, and outright funny at times.  But a Hitchcock film it read more

The Lady is Willing (1942)

Hollywood Revue Posted by Angela on Sep 1, 2011

It’s not unusual for Liza Madden (Marlene Dietrich) to go out shopping and come back with fancy new dresses, hats, or jewelry.  After all, she’s a glamorous actress and she’s got an image to maintain.  Imagine her assistant Buddy’s (Aline MacMahon) surprise when Liza goes ou read more

Haiku: The Lady Eve (1941)

Classic Movies Posted by KC on May 9, 2011

Broken heel on boat He tumbles over the couch Who is that lady? Image Source read more

CMBA Hitchcock Blogathon: #1 The Lady Vanishes

MacGuffin Movies Posted by RBuccicone on Jan 17, 2011

The Lady Vanishes (1938)       Many people have an aversion to Alfred Hitchcock‘s British films, which I think have generally been classified as inferior to his American work and are typically relegated to cheap DVD compilations. I, on the other hand, truly enjoy a number of Hitchcock’s read more

The Lady Vanishes (1938) - My favorite Hitchcock film

Noir and Chick Flicks Posted by monty on Jul 25, 2010

My favorite Hitchcock film of all time. It mixes comedy with suspense extremely well. Set in the Swiss Alps, a bunch of tourists meet at a village the night before boarding a train the next morning. A young girl named Iris (the excellent Margaret Lockwood) meets a young student named Gilbert (wonde read more

The Lady Gambles (1949)

Noir and Chick Flicks Posted by Dawn on May 11, 2010

The Lady Gambles(1949). Drama. Cast: Barbara Stanwyck and Robert Preston. In Chicago, after Joan is caught with loaded dice during a craps game, she is severely beaten by the men she was cheating. Arriving at the hospital Joan's estranged husband, David Boothe, shares her story with the doctor wh read more

Chick Flicks at the Movies: The Lady Confesses(1945)

Noir and Chick Flicks Posted by Dawn on May 6, 2010

The lady Confesses(1945). Noir. Cast: Mary Beth Hughes, Hugh Beaumont and Edmund MacDonald.After a surprise visit by her fiancee Larry Craig's missing wife, Vicki McGuire calls Larry at the Club 7-11. Larry shows up drunk and has a drink with club owner Lucky Brandon. Soon after, Larry falls asleep read more

The Lady Barbara

Classic Movie Man Posted by Stephen Reginald on Nov 10, 2009

The Lady Barbara Of all the great female movie stars from the golden age of Hollywood, Barbara Stanwyck is probably one of the most underrated. A star almost as soon as pictures could talk, Stanwyck worked with some of the best directors of the day. Frank Capra, early in his career, starred Sta read more

The Lady Barbara

Classic Movie Man Posted by Stephen Reginald on Nov 10, 2009

The Lady Barbara Of all the great female movie stars from the golden age of Hollywood, Barbara Stanwyck is probably one of the most underrated. A star almost as soon as pictures could talk, Stanwyck worked with some of the best directors of the day. Frank Capra, early in his career, starred Sta read more

The Prizefighter and the Lady (1933, W.S. Van Dyke)

The Stop Button Posted by on Jan 14, 2009

The Prizefighter and the Lady mixes a couple genres–the philandering husband whose wife can’t stop loving him standard and, additionally, stunt casting. Heavyweight contender Max Baer stars as a heavyweight contender, who fights the champ, played by champ Primo Carnera. Myrna Loy plays read more

A Dama, o Vagabundo e o espaguete / The Lady, the Tramp and the spaghetti

Critica Retro Posted by Lê on Nov 30, -0001

A Dama, o Vagabundo e o espaguete / The Lady, the Tramp and the spaghetti Alguns momentos cinematográficos ficam para sempre nas nossas mentes. Gene Kelly cantando na chuva. Dorothy e seus amigos indo ver o maravilhoso mágico de Oz. Scarlett O’Hara prometendo nunca mais passar fome. read more

The Classic Film Collective: The Lady from the Black Lagoon

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

 This was originally published in the former The Classic Film Collective Patreon.The Lady from the Black LagoonHollywood Monsters and the Lost Legacy of Milicent Patrickby Mallory O'MearaPaperback ISBN: 9781335010131Hanover Square Press336 pagesAmazon — Barnes and Noble — Larry Edmu read more

The Lady Vanishes - A Guest Post by Mark Zero

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

I'm very proud to present a guest post by one of my closest and dearest friends Mark Zero. Mark and I met on Goodreads several years ago and became fast friends. We both share a passion for good books and good movies. Mark even officiated my wedding making that special day even more special to me. read more

A Dama de Xangai (1947) / The Lady from Shanghai (1947)

Critica Retro Posted by Lê on Nov 30, -0001

A Dama de Xangai (1947) / The Lady from Shanghai (1947) Era a noite de Natal de 2009. A única fonte de luz na sala escura era a tela da televisão. Foi então que eu vi um filme que me marcou profundamente, cujos diálogos e imagens continuam vivos, perfeitos, em minha mente, mesmo eu nunca read more

The Lady Vanishes - A Guest Post by Mark Zero

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

I'm very proud to present a guest post by one of my closest and dearest friends Mark Zero. Mark and I met on Goodreads several years ago and became fast friends. We both share a passion for good books and good movies. Mark even officiated my wedding making that special day even more special to me. read more

As três noites de Eva / The Lady Eve (1941)

Critica Retro Posted by Lê on Nov 30, -0001

As três noites de Eva / The Lady Eve (1941) Em 1941, aos 36 anos, Henry Fonda exibia sua melhor forma. De fato, ele nunca esteve tão bonito quanto neste filme. Não é de se espantar que várias mulheres estejam atrás dele, como Barbara Stanwyck narra, vendo a cena através do reflexo de um read more

Leonard Maltin Interviews Norman Lloyd at The Lady Vanishes (1938) Screening

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

On Saturday April 27th, 2013 I attended a screening of the Alfred Hitchcock film The Lady Vanishes (1938). Leonard Maltin hosted and started off with asking the audience if any of us had never seen the film before. I was one of the people who raised their hands. This film has been on my to-be-seen l read more
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