Monthly Archives: February 2017

The Nut Farm (1935)

Very funny movie with the familiar story of a phony acting school in Hollywood and a woman who is flattered into thinking she’s an actress. Bradley Page is hilarious as Hamilton T.Holland. the head of the school. Wallace Ford is … Continue reading

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Target Earth (1954)

One of the absolute worst of the 50’s SF movies. The boredom factor is way over the top. The script is so bad it’s hard to believe the actors didn’t fall asleep or at least refuse to show up when … Continue reading

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Capitol Sings Cole Porter-Various Artists

[2:16] 1. Annie Ross – All Of You [2:03] 2. Peggy Lee – Always True To You In My Fashion [2:21] 3. Count Basie – Anything Goes [3:26] 4. Gordon Macrae – Begin The Beguine [2:44] 5. Martha Tilton – … Continue reading

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Anatomy Of A Psycho (1961)

I have to wonder if George and Gracie had a long talk with son Ronnie about his choice of movie roles. Maybe they did since this was his last one. This also proves not to trust the posters. The picture … Continue reading

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Scared To Death (1947)

The only Bela Lugosi movie shot in color. That’s the only dis-stink-tion is has. George Zucco is along but he can’t save it either. Lots of so-called comedy from Nat Pendleton as a private cop hoping for a murder he … Continue reading

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Sea Divers (1958) Unsold TV Pilot

If you’re going to try and jump on the “Sea Hunt” trend you should at least try to make it interesting. This thing is a bore from first second to last. No surprise it ended up in the junk pile. … Continue reading

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Nothing Sacred (1937)

Carole Lombard is at the top of her game in this satire today’s uptight PC police would probably hate. That’s just another reason to see this one. It’s almost impossible to believe she wasn’t even nominated for an Oscar, let … Continue reading

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