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Kirk Douglas’ Servant, Er, Secretary
2017-08-17 00:00
There’s some uncomfortable business in the 1948 comedy My Dear Secretary. It’s a film with plenty of witty lines and delightfully outlandish characters, as portrayed by Kirk… Read More
Alfred Hitchcock’s Creepy Lodger
2017-08-03 23:00
Even though it’s a silent film, you can tell it’s directed by Alfred Hitchcock. It’s cheeky and tense, the way many of his films are, with unexpected twists. We’re ta… Read More
Funny Women Of The Silents
2017-07-31 00:00
There is no delicate way to put this: We’ve been ripped off. We, meaning all of us movie-watching folk. Now, before we continue, we realize countless people in the world have been… Read More
Inigo Montoya’s Triumphant Speech
2017-07-14 00:00
The Princess Bride (1987) has, arguably, the most laugh-out-loud lines of any Hollywood film of the 1980s. One example is the scene where two men engage in left-handed swordplay. Suddenly on… Read More
2017-06-26 02:28
Originally posted on Font and Frock: Another Reel Infatuation Blogathon has come and gone! The sharing of fictional crushes was, as always, almost too much fun. Thanks to all of the readers… Read More
2017-06-25 00:00
It’s been a fabulous Day 2 here at the Reel Infatuation Blogathon! We’ve been swooning all day. Bloggers: Font and Frock will be hosting Day 3 tomorrow, so if you post after this… Read More
2017-06-23 02:00
Naturally, we love Fred Astaire‘s dancing. He’s Fred Astaire, for pete sake. Yet, when we recently watched the musical comedy Shall We Dance (1937), we realized Astaire is also a… Read More

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