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Randolph Scott in “To the Last Man” (1933) – reviewed by George

The movie begins at the end of the Civil War in April, 1865. Mark Hayden (Egon Brecher) hopes he never hears another shot fired in his life. And Jeff Morley (Fuzzy Knight) says, “And you goin’ to Kentucky!” Mark replies, … Continue reading

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That’s Dancing (1985) – reviewed by George

The thrill of this picture is that you’re not just watching the production of one studio, but product from several top musical-making studios, from Busby Berkeley at Warner Brothers to 6-year-old Shirley Temple dancing with 56-year-old Bill “Bojangles” Robinson at … Continue reading

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Myra Breckinridge (1970) – reviewed by George

This film was rated X when it premiered. Today it’s a hard R. It’s still surprising, but not shocking as it must have been in 1970. ┬áThere is an anal rape, a talent agent (Mae West) who accepts only male … Continue reading

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