Posted by KC on Sep 19, 2019
The 1944 version of Gaslight is one of the first classic films I saw and I return to it frequently. It is Hollywood filmmaking at its best, where talent, story, and production value are so good that a simple entertainment becomes an artistic triumph. I recently revisited the George Cukor-directed fi read more
Posted by KC on Feb 24, 2019
I do not know when I became so nice-looking as they all say. I suppose it was when I lost my hair and began experimenting with the toupees. In silent films, I looked like a bandit who eats little children.
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Old Hollywood Films
Posted by Amanda Garrett on Jan 17, 2018
Today, I'm writing about the best films of French actor Charles Boyer as chosen by classic movie fans on Twitter.
TCM is celebrating the career of French actor Charles Boyer by airing his films each Thursday in January. During his lifetime, Boyer's Gallic charm made him one of cinema's great love read more
Cary Grant Won't Eat You
Posted by Judy on Apr 23, 2014
This post is part of the Great Villain Blogathon cohosted by Speakeasy, Shadows and Satin, and Silver Screenings. Check out other entries on one of their sites! When it comes to villains, Gregory Anton in Gaslight lacks the theatricality of The Joker or Lecter. He wants the presence of Harry Lime or read more
Out of the Past - A Classic Film Blog
Posted by Google profile on Jun 22, 2012
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Charles Boyer and Pat Paterson
Married 44 years
Charles Boyer was so despondent when his wife Pat Paterson died that he committed suicide just two days later. read more