Even if you don’t know Tommy Kirk’s name, you’ve seen his face. As an actor, Kirk was a part of some of Disney’s most popular films during one of its most prolific eras, appearing in foundational movies like Old Yeller, Swiss Family Robinson and The Shaggy Dog. He […]
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She has the smile of an angel (Fights like the devil) The eyes of an angel (Bites like the devil) The face of an angel (I say she’s the devil) She’s mean and evil through and through Cat Ballou has an unconventional opening. We open on an old west […]
Coming in 1938, Love Finds Andy Hardy stands as Mickey Rooney’s fourth outing in the role of “Andy Hardy”. The massively popular series spanned more than twenty years and sixteen movies, beginning with A Family Affair in 1937 and ending in 1958 with Andy Hardy Comes Home. The […]
As a child raised with classics like The Ghost Breakers and Road to Morocco, Bob Hope became a figure synonymous with a certain kind of Americana. A legendary comedian of the classic Hollywood era, Hope starred in a high volume of incredibly popular movies. However, his films are […]
In theory Labor Day is all about celebrating the laborers who have made our country what it is. For us, we wanted to honor the women have had to work twice as hard to get half as much. So, this week’s top five lists our favorite movies about […]
Mother Nature’s a clever gal She relies on habits Take two hares with no cares Pretty soon you have a room full of rabbits The lyrics above from the Bobby Darin’s “Multiplication” paints a clear image of the tone of the 1961 comedy Come September. The film is up-front and […]
Love him or hate him there’s no denying Alfred Hitchcock has earned the term “Master of Suspense.” The director has a body of work so diverse the Dames were fairly flush for choice for this week’s five. So, in honor of Alfred Hitchcock’s birthday, here are our five […]