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Texas (1941) was a Drama - Romance Film directed by George Marshall and produced by Samuel Bischoff.

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From the Archives: Texas Carnival ( 1951 )

By The Metzinger Sisters on Jun 15, 2022 From Silver Scenes - A Blog for Classic Film Lovers

Esther Williams and Ann Miller are pictured alongside Red Skelton in Texas Carnival, one of his best films for MGM. The publicity department promoted the film as an Esther Williams vehicle but Red Skelton was really the star of this show, the last of four films the twosome made together. From the Ar... Read full article

Two Guys from Texas ( 1948 )

By The Metzinger Sisters on Jun 27, 2021 From Silver Scenes - A Blog for Classic Film Lovers

Dennis Morgan and Jack Carson were great pals off-screen and they had the good fortune to play together on-screen in 11 films released throughout the 1940s. Most of these were simple comedies in the vein of the popular Bob Hope and Bing Crosby Road pictures that Paramount was issuing. In 1946, Morga... Read full article

From the Archives: Two Guys from Texas ( 1948 )

By The Metzinger Sisters on Feb 5, 2021 From Silver Scenes - A Blog for Classic Film Lovers

Jack Carson is cuddling up with an Indian maiden in this publicity photo for Warner Brother's Two Guys from Texas ( 1948 ) that featured the comedy duo of Carson and Dennis Morgan. The "Indian" pictured is Cleatus Caldwell, wife of actor Robert Hutton. From the Archives is our latest series of posts... Read full article

A happy, belated 90th to the gem of West Texas

By carole_and_co on May 21, 2020 From Carole & Co.

Ninety years ago this week, Carole Lombard's first film for Paramount, the Charles "Buddy" Rogers musical vehicle "Safety In Numbers" (Lombard is second from left) had the distinction of being the first film shown at a venue that architecturally held its own with any movie palace of the time.It was ... Read full article

Next month, 'Stand Tall!' in Texas after dark

By carole_and_co on Aug 16, 2019 From Carole & Co.

Carole Lombard and Clark Gable gets lots of love at Love Field in Dallas in December 1939 (that's MGM publicist Otto Winkler next to Carole) as they make a stopover en route to Atlanta for the "Gone With The Wind" premiere. For Carole -- who looks a bit perturbed by it all -- it's a far cry from her... Read full article

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As was often the case during his career, Holden shaved his chest before appearing, shirtless, in this movie's prizefighting sequence.
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