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Don Ameche is D’Artagnan in “The Three Musketeers” (1939) – reviewed by George

Billed as a musical comedy and boasting the singing of Don Ameche and Pauline Moore and the comedy of The Ritz Brothers, this is a joy to watch. The plot is all here, except that D’Artagnan never gets to London: … Continue reading

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The Good Bad Man (1916) and The Half-Breed (1916) – reviewed by George

Two silent films, released the same year, from the same studio (D.W. Griffith’s Fine Arts Film Co.), with the same star (Douglas Fairbanks), the same director (Allan Dwan), and the same theme (illegitimacy), and the same actor, Sam de Grasse, … Continue reading

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