Nigel Bruce

Guest Post: The Set Design of “Lassie Come Home”

In today’s guest post, Constance Metzinger analyzes the set design from the family favorite Lassie Come Home: For this month’s featured TV/Movie set I chose the classic Lassie Come Home, not because it’s a¬†particularly¬†noteworthy bit of set design, but rather…

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The Faces of Jack Pierce

Jack Pierce himself only had one face, one which wasn’t particularly liked in Hollywood, but – as a makeup artist – Pierce created many faces. So many that the few we will highlight in this post will only scratch the…

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Victorian Thrillers of the 1930s and 1940s

Victorian London, steeped in a dark and romantic aura, has always been the ideal setting for murders and mysteries in films of the 1930s and 40s. Lurking beneath the white facade of stately manors inhabited by fashionable ladies and gentlemen…

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Save On Suspense With Our Fall Film Noir Sale

It doesn’t have to be a dark and stormy night for you to settle in with a film noir classic (but it sure does help!) Noir and mystery films allow viewers to witness the dark side of life without having…

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