Kay Francis and William Powell mix love and crime in Jewel Robbery.
A movie review, are you shocked? No…didn’t think so. Today’s film seems to be entrenched in the mode of “The Thin Man was a great success, what else do we … Continue Reading The Ex-Mrs. Bradford (1936)
I figured I’d do something a little different in today’s entry and do a list…my first of hopefully many. I started with a list of my ten favorite movies of … Continue Reading Top 10 Favorite Movies of the 1930s
I’m reprinting my article on The Lusty Men of Classic Film here in case people don’t want to transfer to a new site. The only problem is the videos that … Continue Reading The Lusty Men of Classic Film – Reprint
I feel like I’ve been harsh on the films of Jean Harlow. It’s not that their bad movies, I just expected more from them…more humor, more heart, and I haven’t … Continue Reading The Films of Jean Harlow: Wife vs. Secretary (1936)
Today’s film should have been my favorite of the two box sets I’m working with, but it was just weird and I mean weird like Bombshell in that it had … Continue Reading The Films of Jean Harlow: Reckless (1935)
2012 continues with more Marilyn (remember when this was only supposed to take a month?) in the 1953 film How to Marry a Millionaire. This movie should be tailored made … Continue Reading My (Slightly More Than) Month with Marilyn: How to Marry a Millionaire (1953)