LiamCasey

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  1. Double Feature

    Shadows Over Chinatown (1946) w/ Sidney Toler as Charlie Chan Next: Charlie Chan and the Curse of the Dragon Queen (1981) w/ Peter Ustinov as Charlie Chan
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  4. Double Feature

    Being There (1979) - The next movie directed by Hal Ashby. Next: The Fiendish Plot of Dr. Fu Manchu (1980) - The next (and last) movie starring Peter Sellers.
  5. Double Feature

    Top Banana (1954) - A movie w/ Rose Marie! Next: Machine-Gun Kelly (1958) - Which, of course, has to be paired with a movie w/ Morey Amsterdam!
  6. The First Film That Comes to Mind...

    Them! (1954) - The young girl until she gets a whiff of formic acid. Next: Errol Flynn-ish
  7. Double Feature

    Down and Out in Beverly Hills (1986) w/ Nick Nolte Next: North Dallas Forty (1979) also w/ Nick Nolte
  8. My Top Ten Peter Lorre Films

    And, again, at long last, my ten favorite Peter Lorre movies in order of preference: Casablanca (1942) M (1931) The Maltese Falcon (1941) Arsenic and Old Lace (1944) The Mask of Dimitrios (1944) Three Strangers (1946) The Verdict (1946) All Through The Night (1942) Thank You, Mr. Moto (1937) 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea (1954) It is a tough row to hoe when I have to toss out all horror movies, two Humphrey Bogart movies and two Alfred Hitchcock movies just to get close to ten.
  9. Now Watching: Dinosaurus! (1960)

    No arguments from me. At best a movie to be laughed at rather than with.
  10. Double Feature

    Murder on the Orient Express (1974) - More Hercule Poirot. Next: The Taking of Pelham One Two Three (1974) - Different crime. Different train. Same year.
  11. Double Feature

    Romancing the Stone (1984) - Another emerald in Colombia. Next: The Jewel of the Nile (1985) - And its sequel.
  12. My Top Ten Lionel Atwill Films

    The Ghost of Frankenstein (1942) would have been the 11th movie on my list. It is kind of interesting how one's ranking of a movie depends upon the criteria being used. From a Lionel Atwill POV, The Ghost of Frankenstein ranks higher for me than Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man (1943), House of Frankenstein (1944) or House of Dracula (1945). But from a Lon Chaney, Jr. POV, it is quite the opposite. There are a number of Lionel Atwill movies (primarily non-horror movies) that I've yet to see. The ones that I'm most interested in catching are: Stamboul Quest (1934) w/ Myrna Loy, The Murder Man (1935) w/ Spencer Tracy, Last Train From Madrid (1937), The Three Musketeers (1939) and To Be or Not to Be (1942) w/ Jack Benny and Carole Lombard. For some reason, I've yet to watch the latter movie in its entirety from start to finish but, from what I've seen of it, I'm fairly confident it would have been somewhere on my list of ten favorites.
  13. Double Feature

    Manhattan Melodrama (1931) - Myrna Loy's first movie with William Powell. Next: Dillinger (1973) - Since the above was the movie this outlaw saw just before his death.
  14. Double Feature

    Count Three and Pray (1955) - Another Western w/ Joanne Woodward Next: The Left Handed Gun (1958) - And one w/ her husband, Paul Newman
  15. My Top Ten Lionel Atwill Films

    I feel like I'm encroaching on Det. Jim McLeod's territory here, but TCM's airing of two Lionel Atwill movies this week as part of their Michael Curtiz spotlight put me in the mood to determine my ten favorite of his movies in order of preference. Plus it it gave me something to do during commercials while watching Dinosaurus! (1960): Captain Blood (1935) Son of Frankenstein (1939) The Hound of the Baskervilles (1939) Mystery of the Wax Museum (1933) Doctor X (1932) Sherlock Holmes and the Secret Weapon (1942) The Vampire Bat (1933) Mark of the Vampire (1935) Murders in the Zoo (1933) Man-Made Monster (1941)

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