Classic News / Reading Roundup:
VAN HEFLIN is always a welcome sight, here’s a tribute
And he was in SHANE, which is covered here
12 essential American cartoons
10 best movies of director NICHOLAS RAY
Review of SUSPIRIA Blu-ray
a cool blog dedicated to BASIL RATHBONE has been spending the last few posts on a fascinating look at the 2nd mrs. Rathbone
the Richard Attenborough drama LONDON BELONGS TO ME
grab bag post including monsters, Lugosi, stuntman Yakima Canutt & Cary Grant
more links to Hitchcock old & “new”, Marlene dollie, It’s a Wonderful Life, Marilyn , Omar Sharif & more
cool pic of the day is Richard Attenborough from the link above (source)
Wowie, Kristina, is there no end to your movies news and treasures? I’m especially glad to see Van Heflin and vintage animation getting a little love! LONDON BELONGS TO ME has me intrigued, too. Keep that swell movie info coming, my friend, and Happy Holidays!
Thanks, I always try for variety & there’s never a shortage of great stuff. Talk to you very soon :)
Thanks for sharing my Van Heflin tribute! :)
You bet; like him a lot so it’s nice to see him covered, thanks!
Nice to see a bit of Van Heflin online but The Baz is way to cool. Another link for me to research and explore.
I know what you mean, so will I since I just discovered it. the “specialized” blogs are something to behold, SO much info and research! Thanks!
Richard Attenborough looks so young in that photo! I didn’t recognize him at first.
haven’t seen this movie but couldn’t resist that photo
Wonderfully timely. Just bought bother versions of ’3:10 to Yuma’ for my wife (yes, honestly – she asked for them).
Haven’t seen the original since I was in short pants, but am looking forward to it even more now.
Excellent links – glad I found your place!
Thanks! Glad you found it, on a holiday hiatus but will be back after :), your wife has great taste in movies!
We’re trying to pass her taste down to our boys (11 & 13).
Will be watching Bells of St. Marys and Holiday Inn tonight and tomorrow….
Gotta love the old B&W films – pretty impressive that we can watch so many of them with the kids today, even though they were made for adults then.
Merry Christmas! :)
That’s super, once you start them young… you’re right, lots of classics can be both “safe” to watch for kids yet have more adult themes. Thanks again, have a browse around and speak up anytime & Merry Christmas to you as well
Will do: your site has a LOT to see…
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