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Seven Keys to Baldpate (1947) – reviewed by George

Behind the opening credits a train hurtles through a light snow and the score reinforces the idea of train travel. Mystery novelist Kenneth Magee (Phillip Terry) is in his compartment typing away when the porter comes to tell him that … Continue reading

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This Is Cinerama (1952) – reviewed by George

Though Lowell Thomas denies it in his narration of the film, this is a travelogue. But what a travelogue! Cinerama, as I wrote in my review of “The Bat Whispers”, is a wide-screen process which used three 35-mm cameras strapped … Continue reading

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