Things are screwbally in the Keystone State: ‘The Philadelphia Story’ (1940)

The Philadelphia Story (1940) Directed by George Cukor Starring: Cary Grant, Katharine Hepburn, James Stewart, Ruth Hussey * Published specifically for The Celluloid Road Trip Blogathon hosted by Annette at Hometowns to Hollywood * ¤¤¤ Introduction MGM Studios was in their prime during the later part of the 1930s and into the 1940s. In 1939 … More Things are screwbally in the Keystone State: ‘The Philadelphia Story’ (1940)

Deanna Durbin shines in Joe Pasternak’s ‘That Certain Age’ (1938)

That Certain Age (1938) Directed by Edward Ludwig Produced by Joe Pasternak Starring: Deanna Durbin, Melvyn Douglas, Jackie Cooper * Published specifically for The Joe Pasternak Blogathon hosted by Tiffany and Rebekah at Pure Entertainment Preservation Society * ¤¤¤ The Story Alice Fullerton (Deanna Durbin) and her friends decide to put on a play to … More Deanna Durbin shines in Joe Pasternak’s ‘That Certain Age’ (1938)

A not so Playboy Peter Lawford in ‘Just This Once’ (1952)

Just This Once (1952) Directed by Don Weis Starring: Janet Leigh, Peter Lawford, Lewis Stone * Published specifically for The Peter Lawford Blogathon hosted by Kristen at KN Winiarski Writes * ¤¤¤ Synopsis The MacLene family is renowned for their intergenerational prosperity which has made them one of New York’s wealthiest families. However, that legacy … More A not so Playboy Peter Lawford in ‘Just This Once’ (1952)

Talking James Garner in ‘The Wheeler Dealers’ (1963)

Today we reminisce about The Wheeler Dealers (1963) Directed by Arthur Hiller Starring:  James Garner & Lee Remick * Published specifically for The James Garner –  He Thrilled In Them All – Blogathon hosted by Gill at Realweegiemidget Reviews * ¤¤¤ Synopsis “You don’t go wheeling dealing for money. You do it for fun. Money … More Talking James Garner in ‘The Wheeler Dealers’ (1963)

Classic Film Talk: ‘Spring Fever’ (1927)

Today we reminisce about Spring Fever (1927) Directed by Edward Sedgewick Starring: William Haines, Joan Crawford, George Fawcett * Published specifically for the Joan Crawford: Queen of the Silver Screen Blogathon hosted by myself and Gabriela at Pale Writer *  “Golf was invented by the Dutch in an effort to make the Scotch forget bagpipes. … More Classic Film Talk: ‘Spring Fever’ (1927)