On the List – Quarantine Classics — film for thought

These are my go-to “on-the-list” movie recommendations, so make sure you tick each of these movies off that will stay with you long after you get out of quarantine. Don’t Look Now (1972) Director: Nicholas Roeg What’s it about? – A British couple start a new life in Venice after the tragic death of […]

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North by Northwest (1959) – I’ve Never Felt More Alive Scene (8/10) | Movieclips — Catch the Moment

North by Northwest – I’ve Never Felt More Alive: Roger Thornhill (Cary Grant) and Eve (Eva Marie Saint) have a romantic reunion in the woods. FILM DESCRIPTION:This classic suspense film finds New York City ad executive Roger O. Thornhill (Cary Grant) pursued by ruthless spy Phillip Vandamm (James Mason) after Thornhill is mistaken for a […]

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North by Northwest (1959) – The Crop Duster Scene (4/10) | Movieclips — Catch the Moment

North by Northwest – The Crop Duster: Stranded in the middle of nowhere, Roger Thornhill (Cary Grant) runs to survive an attacking crop duster. FILM DESCRIPTION:This classic suspense film finds New York City ad executive Roger O. Thornhill (Cary Grant) pursued by ruthless spy Phillip Vandamm (James Mason) after Thornhill is mistaken for a government […]

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The Maltese Falcon (5/10) Movie CLIP – Mighty Funny (1941) HD — Catch the Moment

CLIP DESCRIPTION:Sam Spade (Humphrey Bogart) proposes that Kasper Gutman (Sydney Greenstreet) should make his gunsel, Wilmer (Elisha Cook Jr.), the fall guy for the murders. FILM DESCRIPTION:After two previous film versions of Dashiell Hammett’s detective classic The Maltese Falcon, Warner Bros. finally got it right in 1941–or, rather, John Huston, a long-established screenwriter making his […]

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North by Northwest (1959) – Love on a Train Scene (2/10) | Movieclips — Catch the Moment

North by Northwest – Love on a Train: Roger Thornhill (Cary Grant) and Eve Kendall (Eva Marie Saint) flirt on the train. FILM DESCRIPTION:This classic suspense film finds New York City ad executive Roger O. Thornhill (Cary Grant) pursued by ruthless spy Phillip Vandamm (James Mason) after Thornhill is mistaken for a government agent. Hunted […]

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TWENTY JAMES GARNER MOVIES — Balladeer’s Blog

Balladeer’s Blog’s theme of Top 20 lists for the year 2020 continues with this look at a score of James Garner films. NOTE: The Great Escape is not included, only because Garner was part of an ensemble cast in that movie. Best remembered for his portrayal of slick-talking gambler/ gunslinger Brett Maverick and Westlake-esque private […]

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Classic Review – On the Waterfront (1954) — Jordan and Eddie (The Movie Guys)

Title – On the Waterfront (1954) Director – Elia Kazan (East of Eden) Cast – Marlon Brando, Eva Marie Saint, Karl Malden, Lee J. Cobb, Rod Steiger Plot – Once a contender to be a prized fighter, dock worker Terry Malloy (Brando) now finds himself working for corrupt dock boss Johnny Friendly (Cobb), a tenuous […]

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Happy 96th Birthday Eva Marie Saint — Waldina

Today is the 96th birthday of Eva Marie Saint. If ever asked to pick my favorite “Hitchcock Blonde,” I would have a very hard time picking just one. Eva Marie Saint is one of them for sure, maybe the first. Her cool sexiness in North by Northwest is par none. My sister and I must […]

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L13FC: Cary Grant vs. Jimmy Stewart — Cindy Bruchman

Welcome back, friends, to the Lucky 13 Film Club. What are you doing to distract yourself while in lockdown? I watched a few Alfred Hitchcock films I had missed in an attempt to fill in some blindspots. After watching Suspicion (1941) starring Cary Grant and Joan Fontaine and Rope (1948), I thought to feature […]

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