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Adapted from Robert Penn Warren's classic novel and loosely based on Governor Huey Long of Louisiana, All The King's Men (1949), remade in 2006, is about Willie Stark (Broderick Crawford), a county hick who wants his people to have what the...

By the 1940s Bette Davis had already made 43 films, and her career was well established. She had already starred with many formidable actors, but this was her first time to work with Charles Boyer. All This, and Heaven Too was adapted from Rachel F...

1979's The Amityville Horror was the original, all-American, "no, this really happened, you guys" haunted house movie. Audiences flocked in droves to see an average family beset by swarms of flies, goo dripping from the walls, an...

Classic romance fans will be delighted to learn that An Affair To Remember (1957) is getting a new push from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment to celebrate the Golden Anniversary of the multi-Academy Award nominated film. The DVD is a two-di...

ANGEL FACE -  WELL ACTED WITH A FILM NOIR FEEL - Angel Face,  of Warner Home Video's Robert Mitchum: The Signature Collection features six new to DVD titles  including Macao, Home from the Hill, The Sundowners, The Good Guys & the Ba...

Baseball has always been a popular sport in the United States, so it stands to reason that movies about baseball are equally appealing.  In fact between 1942 and now there are almost 80 of them with The Babe Ruth Story, The Stratton Story, and...

Sensational Drama, Terrific Thrills and Suspense! - The Angels With Dirty Faces DVD, part of Warner Bros. Gangster Collection, reminds us of what true classic gangster films were all about. James Cagney, Pat O'Brien, Humphrey Bogart and Ann S...

"Anna Christie," adapted from Eugene O'Neill's Pulitzer Prize play, stars Charles Bickford, George F. Marion, Greta Garbo, James T. Mack, Lee Phelps and Marie Dressler and was made in 1931. The film was obviously not a big budget ...

 "Another Time, Another Place" (1958) is not one of the most exciting classic films, unless of course, you are a fan of Sean Connery. This is one of his early films - his first being "Lilacs in the Spring" (1954).

Great music and terrific dancing certainly make "Anything Goes" (1956) worth watching. The story, screenplay by Sidney Sheldon based on the play by Guy Bolton and P. G. Wodehouse, is trite, but who cares when Bing Crosby is singing and Do...

  

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