Articles by: Constance Metzinger

Enjoy These Nugget Reviews of Hollywood Classics

In this guest post, Constance Metzinger presents mini nugget reviews of five Hollywood favorites! Knights of the Round Table (1954) King Arthur earns the throne of England and leads the kingdom into its happiest days, until the wicked Mordred plots…

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Spotlight on Screenwriter Helen Deutsch

She was the scripter of such popular MGM films as National Velvet, Lili, and The Unsinkable Molly Brown, yet even diehard movie fans may not know her name. Guest writer Constance Metzinger salutes the life and work of screenwriter Helen Deutsch,

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Flashback Friday: Pete’s Dragon (1977)

“Boo-Bop-BopBop-Bop, I love you, too!” – Pete’s Dragon Good ol’ Elliott. He is exactly the kind of companion any child would wish to have. Strong, clever, amusing, cuddly, fun to be with, and he has the ability to make himself…

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Guest Review: The Reluctant Astronaut

“Boldly going where no coward has gone before!” Buck Fleming’s boy is an astronaut. He’s the pride of his father, mother, sweetheart, and the entire town of Sweetwater, Missouri. “A credit to his town, to the nation, and now the…

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