Tag Archives: Anthony Quinn

The Ghost Breakers (1940) – reviewed by George

A suspense-adventure with comedy, this stars Bob Hope, Paulette Goddard, and Willie Best. They play Larry Lawrence, Mary Carter, and Larry’s valet Alex, respectively. Larry has a radio show where he tells the news of the mobs in New York … Continue reading

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Myra Breckinridge (1970) – reviewed by George

This film was rated X when it premiered. Today it’s a hard R. It’s still surprising, but not shocking as it must have been in 1970. ┬áThere is an anal rape, a talent agent (Mae West) who accepts only male … Continue reading

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Sinbad the Sailor (1947) – reviewed by George

This film is glorious – brilliant Technicolor, solid action and suspense, and Douglas Fairbanks Jr. doing a fantastic tribute to his father by acting in the same style, with the same gestures and the same bigger than life presence. And … Continue reading

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Road to Morocco (1942) – Reviewed by George

I think this movie, the third in the series, is the best so far. We get Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Dorothy Lamour, and a return visit by Anthony Quinn, this time as Mullay Kasim, the desert sheik. We have Arabian … Continue reading

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Road to Singapore (1940) – reviewed by George

This, the first Road picture, directed by Victor Schertzinger who also directed Road to Zanzibar and other musical movies for Paramount, opens with this billing: Bing Crosby, Dorothy Lamour, Bob Hope. I was surprised! This first effort (5 sequels follow, … Continue reading

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