Category Archives: D

Do You Know This Voice? (1964) – reviewed by George

A short, taut thriller about a woman who ignores police advice and tells the newspaper that she saw the man who made the call in a public box demanding ransom for their kidnapped son from the Wilsons (Alan Edwards and … Continue reading

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Doomsday Prophecy (2011) – reviewed by George

In the forests of northern Bulgaria an Agent Garcia (Bruce Ramsay) arrives to gather facts from a group of scientists already settled there because of the world’s worst ever environmental disaster. The Black Sea has ceased to exist. Their leader … Continue reading

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Dick Tracy Meets Gruesome (1947) – reviewed by George

Last October I started watching “Batman and Robin”, a Saturday morning serial starring Robert Lowery and John (Johnny) Duncan, which TCM was (naturally) showing on Saturday mornings. When it was over I expected another serial to begin. Instead they started showing … Continue reading

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Les Diaboliques (1955) – reviewed by George

At a boys’ boarding school in France, M. Delassalle,  the head master/owner (technically his wife is the owner, but he waves the facts away) cuts corners by stinting on food as well as on more mundane supplies, maintains a mistress … Continue reading

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Divine Madness (1980) – reviewed by George

I thought this was a photographed stage show when I recorded it from TCM. Okay, it is. But it’s also an actual movie that was released to theaters in 1980. Robert Osbourne said that the director, Michael Ritchie, planted some … Continue reading

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Don’t Go Near the Water (1957) – reviewed by George

A World War Two Navy comedy, this movie deals with the lives and generally peaceful times of a Naval Public Relations Unit, located on a Pacific island, but far, far away from the action. The film, with a script by … Continue reading

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Day for Night (1973) – reviewed by George

A film about making a movie, where the film AND the movie are both directed by Francois Truffaut (who plays the director of the movie). There’s a montage of moments during the making of the movie which I felt must … Continue reading

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Daisies (1966) – reviewed by George

This movie, now almost 50 years old, hit me as hard as I think it must have hit audiences in 1966. The little I knew going in was that it was considered one of the first, if not THE first, … Continue reading

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