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"The Paleface", comedy western film by Norman Z. McLeod (USA, 1948) When I was a kid, movies like this were often shown on T V. I think I can smell the Jiffy Pop popcorn! KS

The Paleface (1948)

"The Paleface", comedy western film by Norman Z. McLeod (USA, 1948) When I was a kid, movies like this were often shown on T V. I think I can smell the Jiffy Pop popcorn! KS

[1953] Un peliculón en toda regla. No es un "Pure Noir". No tiene ninguna escena memorable, pero la historia es original y está bien desarrollada, muy bien interpretada por todos sus protagonistas y tiene un final creíble. Le doy la puntuación máxima posible. 9/10

[1953] Un peliculón en toda regla. No es un "Pure Noir". No tiene ninguna escena memorable, pero la historia es original y está bien desarrollada, muy bien interpretada por todos sus protagonistas y tiene un final creíble. Le doy la puntuación máxima posible. 9/10

In 1939, The Movie "Union Pacific" Debuted In Omaha.  The Movie Was Shown Simultaneously In Three Movie Theatres And Was Followed By A Hugh Celebration ~ Golden Spike Days.  A Special Train Brought Cecil B. DeMille, Joel Mc Crea And Barbara Stanwick From Hollywood To Omaha For The Premiere.

In 1939, The Movie "Union Pacific" Debuted In Omaha. The Movie Was Shown Simultaneously In Three Movie Theatres And Was Followed By A Hugh Celebration ~ Golden Spike Days. A Special Train Brought Cecil B. DeMille, Joel Mc Crea And Barbara Stanwick From Hollywood To Omaha For The Premiere.

Seems to me that there's just a wee bit too much Titanic porn floating (sic) about at the moment. World recession and a desire to live in times when the Toffs (according to Julian Fellowes) were decent chaps (as opposed to Cameron, Osborne & Johnson). What we need now, of course, is a decent war, none of that cowardly Johnny Foreigner stuff.

Seems to me that there's just a wee bit too much Titanic porn floating (sic) about at the moment. World recession and a desire to live in times when the Toffs (according to Julian Fellowes) were decent chaps (as opposed to Cameron, Osborne & Johnson). What we need now, of course, is a decent war, none of that cowardly Johnny Foreigner stuff.

The least well known of the Bogart/Bacall films but amazing nonetheless... first person perspective shots for the first hour or so... ahead of its time

The least well known of the Bogart/Bacall films but amazing nonetheless... first person perspective shots for the first hour or so... ahead of its time

An American in Paris (1951) I love this movie.

24 Frames: 2nd Annual 10 Best Classic Films Watched…For The First Time

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