Category Archives: Drama

Maisie (1939)

First in the successful Maisie series with Ann Sothern as a Brooklyn show girl. In this debut she’s stranded in a small Wyoming town and talks herself into a job on a ranch managed by Robert Young. It’s a bit … Continue reading

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What Becomes Of The Children? (1936)

With parents like this no wonder the kids grew up to be murder suspects. It has its moments but not enough to give it cult status. Brother and sister Fred and Marion Worthington just want attention from their parents like … Continue reading

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Long Shot (1939)

Very lame movie about  a sleazy race horse owner out to destroy another owner and marry his niece. Everything just falls into place and any credibility is tossed right out the window. Lew Ralston wants to marry Martha Sharon (Marsha … Continue reading

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The Duke Of West Point (1938)

Louis Hayward is excellent as an American who spent eight years in England, including time at Cambridge. Now following family tradition he brings his acquired English accent to join the Corps of Cadets at West Point. Also excellent as a … Continue reading

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Ladies Of The Chorus (1948)

Marilyn Monroe sings and dances her way through this simple story about a chorus girl who becomes a star and is about to marry into a rich family. Her fiancee is trying to get the guts to tell his mother. … Continue reading

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Forbidden Jungle (1950)

Hands down this is one of the absolute worst movies ever made. No debate. It contains the usual stock footage of animals. When they couldn’t think of any more inane dialogue for the so-called actors to stumble through we’re treated … Continue reading

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Letter Of Introduction (1938)

If you’re not an Edgar Bergen-Charlie McCarthy fan keep going. If you are you’ll like this movie. It’s a combination of drama and comedy with a good supporting performance from Eve Arden. Adolphe Menjou is also very good. A budding … Continue reading

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