Tagged: 1940s

The More The Merrier romantic comedy

The More The Merrier (1943) – A Review

The More The Merrier With World War II raging and a housing shortage in Washington D.C., working-class gal Connie Milligan (Jean Arthur) decides to sublet her apartment to a female...

Tension 1949 film noir

Tension (1949) – A Review

Tension Mild-mannered Warren Quimby (Richard Basehart) works long hours as an overnight pharmacist to earn enough dough to make his wife Claire (Audrey Totter) happy – but she never is....

High Sierra 1941 Humphrey Bogart

High Sierra (1941) – A Review

Humphrey Bogart and Ida Lupino in High Sierra Notorious bank robber Roy Earle (Humphrey Bogart) is looking at a life sentence in prison when he’s suddenly given a parole by...

Blue Dahlia 1946 film noir

The Blue Dahlia (1946) – A Review

Alan Ladd and Veronica Lake in The Blue Dahlia Johnny Morrison (Alan Ladd) returns home after serving in the South Pacific with his buddies Buzz (William Bendix) and George (Hugh...

Johnny Belinda Jane Wyman 1948

Johnny Belinda (1948) – A Review

Johnny Belinda In the farming and fishing community of Nova Scotia there lives Belinda (Jane Wyman), a deaf/mute daughter of a farmer. She is dismissed by the town and even...

Woman in the Window 1944 film noir

The Woman in the Window (1944) – A Review

Joan Bennet and Edward G. Robinson in The Woman in the Window Criminology professor Richard Wanley (Edward G. Robinson) is alone in New York City while his family is away....

Destination Tokyo 1943 submarine war movie Cary Grant

Destination Tokyo (1943) – A Review

Cary Grant in Destination Tokyo It’s the middle of WWII and a submarine captain leads his crew into enemy territory. Opening his orders he discovers his secret deadly mission is...

Westerner Gary Cooper Walter Brennan

The Westerner (1940) – A Review

The Westerner Gary Cooper was one likable movie star. Throughout his career he brought his ‘aw shucks’ screen persona to over one hundred films. He would win the Best Actor...

Key Largo Bogart Bacall

Key Largo (1948) – A Review

Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall in Key Largo Humphrey Bogart is WWII veteren Major Frank MCCloud. He arrives in Key Largo, Florida to see the widow and father of his...

Naked City 1948 film noir

The Naked City (1948) – A Review

The Naked City reads the headlines The Naked City is an interesting film. It shows the tireless work done by the police to solve a murder case that occurs on...

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