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A DELIGHTFUL AND FUN MUSICAL - Daddy Long Legs (1955), based on the 1912 novel by Gene Webster, stars Fred Astaire and Leslie Caron in a delightful story about a wealthy playboy who becomes an anonymous benefactor of a young girl and tries d...

Dance with Me, Henry (1956) saw one of history’s greatest comedy duos part company. After over 20 years in show business and almost 40 films, Bud Abbott and Lou Costello called it quits. With legal woes plaguing the pair and their popularity b...

The Dark Corner (1946) is a typical film noir. The mood is heavy. The heroine is feisty and will stand by her man at all costs. And that man is in a whole lot of trouble. The shadows are deep, and there are plenty of cigarettes to go around. Howeve...

By all accounts, 1981's Dark Night of the Scarecrow shouldn't have startled a tree stump. The title monster is something Dorothy would shuffle down the Yellow Brick Road with, and having been made for broadcast television, graphic content i...

When it comes to classic "guys on a mission" movies, 1968's Dark of the Sun isn't one of the usual suspects. You'll hear time-tested favorites like The Dirty Dozen or The Guns of Navarone mentioned more often, but lately...

More than 3000 years ago King David of Bethlehem ruled over the united tribes of Israel. The 1951 David and Bathsheba starring Gregory Peck and Susan Hayward, takes on the historical era and the problems King David encountered, including morality...

1968's Destroy All Monsters epitomizes what springs to mind when a lot of people think about Godzilla. The Big G's exploits have hit screens in many shapes and styles over the last sixty-plus years, yet the pop aesthetics and charmingly cru...

There's nothing that reminds us more of how fast time passes than the 50th anniversary  of a movie. Originally released in 1959, The Diary of Anne Frank is now out in a 50th anniversary DVD edition from Fox Home Entertainment. Watching the stor...

It's been a long time since I saw Dog Day Afternoon (1975) with Al Pacino's magnificent performance, so I was eager to see this story again, especially on HD-DVD. I was delighted with what I saw.

While it's inarguable that Buster Keaton's silent years were his greatest, it doesn't mean that something like 1930's Doughboys boasts no signs of what made him a comedy giant. As his second talkie following the melodramatic mush Fr...

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