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The Manxman (1929) – reviewed by George

This film is part soap opera and part Greek tragedy. It certainly shows the maturity of the director as he stages scene after scene of deception, devotion, ambition, and pure unselfish love. And some selfish love too.¬†Alfred Hitchcock’s 9th film … Continue reading

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The Lodger (1927) – reviewed by George

Ivor Novello was a great British star in the teens and twenties of the last century, so good-looking and talented that he is still remembered today, and occasionally still shows up as a fictional version of himself. He was a … Continue reading

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