Old Hollywood Twosome: Spencer Tracy & Robert Wagner

Today we reminisce about Spencer Tracy & Robert Wagner in Broken Lance (1954) and The Mountain (1956) ¤¤¤ * Published specifically for the The Second Spencer Tracy & Katharine Hepburn Blogathon hosted by Crystal at In the Good Old Days of Classic Hollywood & Michaela at Love Letters to Old Hollywood * The history of … More Old Hollywood Twosome: Spencer Tracy & Robert Wagner

Contemporary Film Talk: ‘Heavy’ (1995)

Today we reminisce about Heavy (1995) Directed by James Mangold Starring: Pruitt Taylor-Vince, Shelley Winters, Liv Tyler, Deborah Harry ¤¤¤ * Published specifically for the The Shelley Winters Blogathon hosted by myself and Gill at Realweegiemidget Reviews * Synopsis Highland is a sleepy town in upstate New York that runs along the Hudson River. Although … More Contemporary Film Talk: ‘Heavy’ (1995)

Cesar Romero in ‘Captain from Castile’ (1947)

Today we reminisce about Cesar Romero in Captain from Castile (1947) Directed by Henry King Starring: Tyrone Power, Jean Peters, Cesar Romero, Lee J. Cobb ¤¤¤ * Published specifically for the The 6th Hollywood’s Hispanic Heritage Blogathon hosted by Aurora at Once Upon a Screen * ¤¤¤ I dedicate this article to the memory of … More Cesar Romero in ‘Captain from Castile’ (1947)

It’s a Sunshine Day: Earning a Liebster Award

The Liebster Award is thought to have originated around 2011* and “is a way to be discovered but also to connect and support the blogging community.”* After receiving a nomination, you earn the award by following a series of steps. (Don’t worry – they are not overly taxing!) They are as follows: Thank the nominator … More It’s a Sunshine Day: Earning a Liebster Award

Remembering Frank Morgan’s flair in ‘The Wizard of Oz’ (1939)

Today we reminisce about Frank Morgan in The Wizard of Oz Frank dressed as The Wizard of Oz alongside director Victor Fleming. * Published specifically for The Wizard of Oz Blogathon hosted by Rebecca at Taking Up Room * ¤¤¤ The Wizard of Oz is almost as quintessentially American as apple pie. It is not … More Remembering Frank Morgan’s flair in ‘The Wizard of Oz’ (1939)