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Rita Hayworth in “Angels Over Broadway” (1940) – reviewed by George

Bill O’Brien (Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.) is learning against a lamppost and thinking about money. He’s down to $7 which he calls the Last of the Mohicans. While in a nearby building Charles Engle (John Qualen) is writing a letter to … Continue reading

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The Corsican Brothers (1941) – reviewed by George

“Corsica! Bright with the laughter of romance, haunted by the grim shadow of vendetta. Here on this enchanted isle a story is told of two brothers, a tale written in blood by the hand of Fate.” One day in the … 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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Joan Crawford Triple Feature – reviewed by George

Our Dancing Daughters (1928) shows us three flappers with wildly different outlooks. In the first sequences we learn that Diana (Joan Crawford) has a great relationship with her mother, while Beatrice (Dorothy Sebastian) and her brother Freddie (Edward Nugent) have … Continue reading

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