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Edison the Man

Edison the Man (1940) starring Spencer Tracy, Rita Johnson
Edison the Man (1940) starring Spencer Tracy, Rita Johnson Edison the Man – A biography of Thomas Alva Edison, starring Spencer Tracy. It’s the story of Edison, starting as a young man, beginning his career, through the fight to bring electric lighting to New York City.
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Going My Way

Going My Way (1944) starring Bing Crosby, Barry Fitzgerald, directed by Leo McCarey Going My Way was the 1944 Best picture Academy Award winner. When old fading St. Dominic’s Church gets a new young priest, things are bound to change. The air is filled with music from the...
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Blondie! (1938)

Blondie! (1938) starring Penny Singleton, Arthur Lake, Gene Lockhart On the eve of their 5th wedding anniversary, Dagwood loses his job – again! It’s Blondie! to the rescue!
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Her Husband’s Affairs

Her Husband’s Affairs (1947), starring Lucille Ball, Franchot Tone Her Husband’s Affairs is a comedy starring Lucille Ball as Margaret Weldon, a wife who is constantly trying to help her husband, ad man William Weldon (played by Franchot Tone) — who doesn’t want the help.  This leads to...
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Hangmen Also Die

Hangmen Also Die! (1943), by Fritz Lang, starring Brian Donlevy, Walter Brennan, Gene Lockhart, Anna Lee Synopsis of Hangmen Also Die Hangmen Also Die is set in occupied Czechoslovakia.  It revolves around the successful plot by the Czech resistance to assassinate Deputy Reich-Protector of Bohemia and Moravia Hangman Reinhard Heydrich.  And the...
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Abe Lincoln in Illinois

Abe Lincoln in Illinois is one of the best movie biographies that I’ve ever seen, bar none – a riveting biography, with excellent acting by Raymond Massey, who literally becomes the title character – highly recommended.
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Star of Midnight

review of Star of Midnight (1935) starring William Powell and Ginger Rogers Movie review of Star of Midnight starring William Powell and Ginger Rogers, two of my favorite actors. In a murder mystery in the style of Powell’s famous “Thin Man” series. Very funny, very enjoyable, and strongly...
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