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Classic Film reviews from 1930-1960's


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I just saw *Raffles* a good Ronald Coleman film from 1930, produced by United Artists. It tells the story of a gentleman British thief who attempts to get away with stealing an expensive necklace, to alleviate a friend's debt. This is a good film with a bit of humor, Coleman is excellent as he matches wits with a detective from Scotland Yard. Much acting in the early sound era is a bit stilted but the performers in this film give an excellent effort as rich Englanders in the early post WW I era. I like this film a lot, I never saw Ronald Coleman before, so it gets a grade of *B+* and a strong recommendation.


Now that I know about this site I will try to write more comprehensive reviews of films I see on TCM (I do not have a DVD player).

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