Monthly Archives: September 2020

Jeanette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy Create Movie Magic in “Naughty Marietta”

Jeanette MacDonald knew how to flaunt spunk like no other woman in her time and, incredibly, she reigned during an era of ultra-spunky women. Jeanette knew how to be feisty and flirty without losing any of her natural refinement which…

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6 From the ’60s: Favorite Films from the 1960s

Send Me No Flowers

My sister and I were first introduced to classic movies through the films of the 1960s since this was the decade that our father loved the most growing up in. He started us off on children’s classics from this time…

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Looking Back at “Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventures” and “Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey”

Today’s guest post has Jim Brymer sharing his thoughts on the Bill and Ted franchise. Take it away, Jim: Before the meteoric rise of one of the most recognizable actors of the 90’s and beyond, a virtually unknown actor was…

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The Latest New Releases Include “Death on the Nile” and “Young Sheldon”

Death on the Nile

There’s mystery, excitement and comedy afoot in this week’s new releases! We’ve got fondly remembered Agatha Christie adaptations, TV comedy favorites, cult films, and so much more. September is upon us, and with it comes a brand new week of…

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