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Revolt of the Zombies

Revolt of the Zombies
Revolt of the Zombies (1936) First, Revolt of the Zombies isn’t a “zombie” movie in the current sense.  There are no shambling undead.   There are, however, mentally enslaved people enthralled by the villain of the movie — who is not whom you think
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Dracula’s Daughter

Dracula’s Daughter  (1936) starring Gloria Holden, Otto Kruger, Edward Van Sloan, Marguerite Churchill I have to admit to being pleasantly surprised by  Dracula’s Daughter–the first sequel to the classic 1931  Dracula starring Bela Lugosi.   Unlike so many of the later Universal Dracula movies,  Dracula’s Daughter does not attempt to...
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Mary of Scotland 1936

Mary of Scotland (1936) starring Katherine Hepburn, Fredric March, John Carradine Synopsis of Mary of Scotland A historical movie, dealing with the life of Mary of Scotland. With some typical Hollywood liberties with historical fact. But with excellent performances all around.
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Black Legion

Black Legion (1936) starring Humphrey Bogart, Dick Foran, Ann Sheridan, directed by Michael Curtiz Editorial review of Black Legion, courtesy of Amazon.com Black Legion – One of Humphrey Bogart‘s earliest starring vehicles, this 1936 melodrama typifies the Warner Bros. touch in its modest but potent production values and...
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My Man Godfrey

My Man Godfrey, (1936) starring William Powell and Carole Lombard movie review of “My Man Godfrey” – one of the great screwball comedies of the 20th century. It stars Carole Lombard as the spoiled rich girl. William Powell co-stars as Godfrey, the “forgotten man” € with a secret...
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