Monthly Archives: June 2017

My Cousin Rachel (1952)-Reviewed by Anita ***

Currently a remake of My Cousin Rachel has just hit theaters.  I understand it is not doing too bad.  Before you see the newest version I would like to invite you to see George Cukor/Henry Koster’s  version starring Richard Burton as Philip … Continue reading

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It (1927) – reviewed by George

This is the first Clara Bow movie I’ve ever seen, and knowing that this film labeled her forever as “The It Girl” is pretty much the extent of my knowledge about her life and career. Well, she has “IT” in … Continue reading

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Ronald Howard is Sherlock Holmes in “Sherlock Holmes” (1954-1955) – Episodes 27-33 – reviewed by George

27. The Case of the Perfect Husband After a truly wonderful and delightful First Anniversary party the happy couple is finally alone, and the husband, Russell Partridge (Michael Gough), known as a successful art collector, casually tells his wife Janet … Continue reading

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Immortals (2011)- Reviewed by Anita: **

Director Tarsem Singh has melded a world of real sets and CGI work.  It has a rear visual frame-work and it is creative.  That is about it folks.  I really did not like this movie. The story-telling is boring and … Continue reading

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Ronald Howard is Sherlock Holmes in “Sherlock Holmes” (1954-1955) – Episodes 21-26 – reviewed by George

21. The Case of the Reluctant Carpenter I found this episode a little underdone, like a soft-boiled egg. I don’t like soft-boiled eggs. Incendiary bombs are being set off all over London (well, two so far, in a warehouse in … Continue reading

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The Seven Percent Solution (1976) Reviewed by Anita: **

Director Herbert Ross has used Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s character Sherlock Holmes in a most twisted fashion.  As a matter of fact, this particular film takes fact and fiction into a counter intuitive reality.  I don’t like it.  Which is … Continue reading

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Ronald Howard as Sherlock Holmes in “Sherlock Holmes” (1954-1955) – Episodes 16-20 – reviewed by George

16. The Case of the Greystone Inscription A very cleverly written episode about King Richard, in the late 1300’s, hiding some of his royal wealth at Greystone Castle, and Sir Richard Greystone sending the King a receipt in rhyme that … Continue reading

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20 Million Miles to Earth (1957) Reviewed by Anita: ***

Hey science fiction fans have you seen  this one?  20 Million Miles to Earth is a straight up classic in this genre.  Directed by Nathan Juran, it is a story about the United States first human expedition to Venus.  Actually the … Continue reading

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