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Red River

Red River (1948), starring John Wayne, Montgomery Clift, Walter Brennan, Harry Carey, Sr., Noah Beery, Jr., directed by Howard Hawks
Red River (1948), starring John Wayne, Montgomery Clift, Walter Brennan, Harry Carey, Sr., Noah Beery, Jr., directed by Howard Hawks Product description of Red River One of the finest westerns ever made, this “monumental, sweeping and powerful” masterpiece (Variety) features impassioned performances, stunning cinematography and adventure on a grand scale....
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The Time of Your Life

The Time of Your Life (1948) starring James Cagney, William Bendix, Wayne Morris The Time of Your Life is a very interesting, very different movie. It involves a small central cast who sit and watch, and occasionally comment, on the various people who come in and out of...
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Road House

Editorial review of Road House (1948) courtesy of Amazon.com Road House has acquired a cult as a prime film noir. Certainly the title location is archetypal, a lounge and bowling alley up toward the Canadian border, and Ida Lupino and Richard Widmark make the most of flavorful roles...
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A Southern Yankee

Movie review of A Southern Yankee (1948) starring Red Skelton, Arlene Dahl, Brian Donlevy  A Southern Yankee is a very funny movie, set at the tail end of the American Civil War. Red Skelton plays the role of Aubrey Filmore, an inept bellboy at a Northern hotel. He...
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The Fuller Brush Man [Red Skelton]

The Fuller Brush Man (1948), starring Red Skelton, Janet Blair In a nutshell, The Fuller Brush Man is one of the funniest movies I’ve ever seen.   Red Skelton is at his finest, both in verbal comedy as well as in physical slapstick galore.   The basic plot...
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