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The Doctor Takes a Wife (1940) – reviewed by George

This wonderfully funny farce, with actors who shine brightly, is nothing short of perfection. June Cameron (Loretta Young) of Lakewood Lodge, Lakewood, Massachusetts, has written a best-seller called “Spinsters Aren’t Spinach” which tells how a woman living alone can love … 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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Danny Kaye in “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty” (1947) – reviewed by George

In Pert Amboy, New Jersey, Walter Mitty (Danny) is driving to the train station with his mother (Fay Bainter), so she can have the car for the rest of the day, but for what I don’t know, since she is … Continue reading

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Cheyenne: Season One, Episode 15 “The Last Train West” (1956) – reviewed by George

” Cheyenne” and “Gunsmoke” both premiered in September 1955, together being so successful that they started a flood of TV Western series: “Maverick”, “Sugarfoot”, snd “Wagon Train” in 1957; “Bronco”, “Lawman”, “Wanted Dead or Alive”, and “The Rifleman” in 1958; … Continue reading

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