Tag Archives: Brian Aherne

A Night To Remember (1942) – reviewed by George

This comedy-murder mystery with laughs and suspense makes for a really good TV night. A married couple, Jeff and Nancy Troy (Brian Aherne and Loretta Young) arrive by cab to their new address, 13 Gay Street in Greenwich Village, after … Continue reading

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My Sister Eileen (1942) – reviewed by George

Working at the Columbus Ohio Courier, Ruth Sherwood (Rosalind Russell) is writing a review of a stage production of Ibsen’s “Doll House” starring her sister Eileen Sherwood (Janet Blair). She has written that the audience was spellbound and Eileen was … Continue reading

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I Confess (1953) – reviewed by George

Alfred Hitchcock’s 39th film has a rather unique look: it’s set in Quebec, and an even more unique hook: a murderer tells a priest of his crime in the confessional, so the priest can never ever reveal what he heard … Continue reading

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The Locket (1946) – reviewed by George

“The Locket” qualifies as film noir, but it quietly transcends that genre by its surprising excellence. It purports to tell the story of a sociopathic young woman, cruelly traumatized as a child. The film has a unique flashback structure, unique … Continue reading

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