Monthly Archives: July 2013

Screen Gems-5 of the Best Unknown (or Lesser-Known) movies of the 1930’s

The year 1939 is considered a banner year in the annals of Hollywood history, and rightly so. Many of the movies released that year have stood the test of time as true Hollywood classics on a par that only a … Continue reading

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To Be or Not To Be-Film Noir-That Is The Question-Part 3

In this final post of this 3-part series on film noir, I would now like to list ten of the best examples of real film noir and why, based on my last post discussing 5 key defining factors of true … Continue reading

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To Be or Not To Be-Film Noir-That Is the Question-Part 2

As my last post stated, true film noir has become so difficult to define that for those who would like to see one from the classic period it has become harder to tell what is and what is not. So, … Continue reading

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To Be or Not To Be-Film Noir-That Is the Question-Part 1

Here is the reason for this post: Several years ago a co-worker of mine who was familiar with my love of classic movies asked me this question: “If I wanted to see a real film noir, what would you recommend … Continue reading

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Welcome

Welcome to my blog where I hope to provide more reasons to examine movies from the classic period of moviemaking, commonly referred to as 1930-1960, whether you’re a fan of TCM or one who considers an old movie anything made … Continue reading

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