Our last Friday With Yvonne De Carlo sees her starring in her most passionate project yet, entitled…..Passion! As with Frontier Gal (1945), De Carlo’s films placed generic plots in convenient … Continue Reading Fridays With Yvonne De Carlo: Passion (1954)
Gazing at Frontier Gal’s opening credits might leave you thinking we’ve already reviewed this week’s film: a Charles Lamont-directed picture starring Yvonne De Carlo and Rod Cameron? Isn’t that Salome, Where … Continue Reading Fridays With Yvonne De Carlo: Frontier Gal (1945)
Oof, Fridays With Yvonne De Carlo is off to a rocky start. Though never an A-list actress, De Carlo is best remembered to legions of television fans as Lily Munster … Continue Reading Fridays With…Yvonne De Carlo: Salome, Where She Danced (1945)
I’ve had my ups and downs with Harold Lloyd’s body of work over the last four weeks. Although none of his previous features outright bored me, I didn’t find the … Continue Reading Fridays With…Harold Lloyd: Why Worry? (1923)
We’ve reached the halfway point with our continued adventures with silent film comedian Harold Lloyd, and as we move forward in Lloyd’s filmography the films just ain’t what they used … Continue Reading Fridays With…Harold Lloyd: Speedy (1928)
Fridays with Harold Lloyd continues and this week we look at one of Lloyd’s most iconic works; one that has become a visual legend throughout cinema history.
Welcome to the first new series of 2016! The Fridays With… series is meant to spotlight actors/actresses/directors I have little to no familiarity with and traverse the world of some … Continue Reading Fridays With…Harold Lloyd: The Freshman (1925)