Tag Archives: Clara Bow

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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Turnabout (1940) – reviewed by George – in which A Question of Restoration is posed

Thorne Smith was a popular novelist of the late 1920s and early 1930s. He wrote erotic fantasy, or if you will, fantastical erotica. This description is complicated by the fact that his books are also laugh-out-loud funny. His novels were … Continue reading

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