TILL THE END OF TIME (1946)

The after war picture most remember (with good reason), is, of course: THE BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES (1946).   R.K.O studios TILL THE  END OF TIME (1946) was released two months previous to MGM'S picture, both oddly enough in Mexico with the  USA premiere not happening till 1947. TILL THE END OF TIME (1946)  was directed... Continue Reading →

VACATION FROM MARRIAGE (1945)

The scope of large events such as war can be hard for people to grasp. History is usually  written by the victors.  Hence,  VACATION FROM MARRIAGE (1945),  in the  USA (A. K. A.  PERFECT STRANGERS) presents the watcher with a low key, intimate view of ordinary people who undergo a personal  cataclysm.    The picture... Continue Reading →

FOXY BROWN (1974)

Classic film is not confined to black and white pictures of the " Golden Age." Many were  glorious imitations of what has been done before,  and that is comforting. You will find occasional seismic changes such as the Production Code altering the precode  era to the advent of post war film noir.  What became known... Continue Reading →

OF HUMAN BONDAGE (1946)

The story OF HUMAN BONDAGE has become like A STAR IS BORN, that is, being filmed many times with different effects on the audience and box office.  Studios loved to put actors into roles that are 'star making,' hoping the magic will occur again.  Such  would be the case with Paul Henreid and Eleanor Parker... Continue Reading →

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