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Films

 
Here is a list of the films I have reviewed for this site. I am always updating my list with everything from Precode classics to more obscure movies. Click on the links to read my reviews and photos:




Starring: Helen Hayes, Robert Montgomery, Margaret Hamilton
 









Starring: Marian Marsh, Warren William














Starring: Norma Shearer, Chester Morris


  

  
 









Starring: Claude Rains, Gloria Stuart











Starring: Ralph Graves, Barbara Stanwyck














Starring: Barbara Stanwyck, Rod La Rocque













Starring: Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Ann Dvorak













Starring: Marion Davies, Clark Gable











Starring: Guy Kibbee, Glenda Farrell, Donald Woods and Margaret Lindsay.





Starring: Peter Lorre, Leslie Bank and Edna Best











Starring: Alice White, Myrna Loy, Paul Page

 







Notorious but Nice (1933)

Starring: Marian March, Betty Compson











Smarty (1934)

Starring: Warren William, Joan Blondell











Svengali (1931)

Starring: Marian Marsh, John Barrymore











Wings (1927)

Starring: Clara Bow, Richard Arlen




 

6 comments:

  1. Can I nominate THE LAST OF MRS CHEYNEY and A NOTORIOUS AFFAIR!

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  2. Thanks for the input, sometimes I never know what to watch. I have heard of these films and have wanted to see 'The Last of Mrs Cheyney' for a long time. Its probably the only Norma Shearer precode I haven't seen :)

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  3. I've enjoyed this site in the past and when I saw tonights' TCM line-up, I thought of you. I should've posted this earlier, but I only now found out that TCM is showing Lon Chaney and Joan Crawford in "The Unknown". It's a wickedly bizarre 1927 silent that is delightful in it's photography, storyline and most of all, a masterpiece of acting by Chaney. I've seen it once before and was mesmerized. I hope you see this one if you haven't already. Tod Browning directs.
    I'm anonymous because I don't have a Google account and I'm technically ignorant of how else to post. Hope to talk again --- Dave

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  4. Hi Dave,
    Thanks for your comment. No I haven't seen this film, I do have a love for those late silents (Louise Brooks mainly) but, I admit, to not having seen as many as I would like. "The Unknown" sounds great - both Crawford and Chaney together seems interesting. Unfortunately, I live in Australian and TCM is only avaliable via a PayTv format. So I can't watch it, but I will have a search and see if I can find it on the internet. Also, I don't like putting my email address on my website, however you can connect me through my 'Contact Me' box.

    Thanks,
    Emma

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  5. How about Night Nurse? Barbara Stanwyck and Joan Blondell keep changing their clothes. Stanwyck must be undressed 3 times in the first half hour.

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  6. Please may I nominate I'm No Angel Mae West was always pushing the envelope

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