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There's a new sheriff in town! Hell On Wheels' Dohn Norwood, 39, married girlfriend of three and a half years Marlene Glasper, 32, on Saturday, September 28, his rep confirms to Us Weekly. "This relationship has taught me a lot about love, living and learning," the bride, who wore a white David's Bridal gown on the day of the wedding, tells Us. The "You're All I Need" themed wedding took place at the Fess Parker Santa Barbara and Norwood's costars Common, Anson Mount and Colm Meaney plus famous [...] »
Directed by Gordon Douglas
Written by Ted Sherdeman
In that filled-to-bursting canon of 1950s science fiction cinema, movies range from true film classics – like the Hawksian The Thing from Another World (1951), and that alarm bell about human desensitization, Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956) – to cheapie craptasmagoriums like Beginning of the End (1957 – giant grasshoppers crawling over photographs of downtown Chicago), and It Conquered the World (1956 – “It” being an alien that looks like a devil-faced carrot with lobster claws). I’d go as far as to say the consensus is probably there’s just a few of the former, and a whole stinking pile of the latter. But scattered (thinly, I’d have to say) between those poles are movies neither classic nor crap, but made with enough craftsmanship to be eminently and repeatably watchable. You know: just good, damned fun! One of my faves from that group: Them! (1954).
- Bill Mesce
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