Monthly Archives: April 2018

Night World (1932)

In New York night life it’s plenty of booze and babes. This is a great time piece that takes place during one night in a night club. owned by Boris Karloff. After a montage of night time in Times Square … Continue reading

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Moss Rose (1947)

Good combination of romance and mystery as a chorus girl investigates the murder of her friend. She blackmails the suspect but it isn’t for money. The movie is told via flashback as the girl is on a train. It’s the … Continue reading

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I Remember You-The Early Years,1956-1962-Frank Ifield

01. Gypsy Heart (2:57) 02. Maybe I’ll Cry Over You (2:52) 03. Gold Digger Blues (3:25) 04. You Better Not Do That (2:18) 05. Yerranderie (2:12) 06. Kaw-Liga (2:53) 07. Put Me In Your Pocket (2:33) 08. I’ve Got A … Continue reading

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Service De Luxe (1938) (Film Debut Of Vincent Price)

The first movie appearance of Vincent Price is a romantic comedy with Constance Bennett. He’s an inventor and she’s a businesswoman. He doesn’t like bossy women, especially career women. She wants a man who doesn’t need constant care. This is … Continue reading

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Breaking Point (1963-64)

Paul Richards stars as psychiatrist Dr.McKinley Thompson. His boss at the clinic is Dr.William Rymer played by Eduard Franz. It’s an adult drama that featured a lot of famous or soon to be famous guest stars. September 30,1963 episode: “Fire … Continue reading

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It Happened In Flatbush (1942)

Lloyd Nolan is at the top of his form in this movie about a Brooklyn baseball team fighting to go from chumps to champs. There’s no reference to the Dodgers. It has the typical feelings of the day that there’s … Continue reading

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Sitting Pretty (1948)

First of three movies about the snobbish genius Lynn Belvedere. Clifton Webb was nominated for Best Actor. The Oscar went to Laurence Olivier for “Hamlet.” The movie features what happens when a man is hired as a babysitter for a … Continue reading

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