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3 items from 2011


Humphrey Bogart on TCM: The Caine Mutiny, The Maltese Falcon, Sahara

17 August 2011 6:47 PM, PDT | Alt Film Guide | See recent Alt Film Guide news »

Humphrey Bogart, the most revered Old Hollywood tough guy, is Turner Classic Movies' Star of the Day this Wednesday as TCM continues its "Summer Under the Stars" film series.[Humphrey Bogart Movie Schedule.] My favorite tough guy — by far — is Edward G. Robinson. The star of Little Caesar, The Sea Wolf, House of Strangers, Key Largo, etc. is followed by James Cagney — when in psycho mode — and a whole bunch of tough dames, among them Barbara Stanwyck, Jane Greer, Ann Sheridan, and Ida Lupino. Bogart isn't on my list. In the aforementioned Key Largo, for instance, he is all but eviscerated by Robinson's charisma. TCM is currently showing John Huston's The Maltese Falcon (1941), officially Hollywood's first film noir and one of the most widely admired classics of the studio era. Needless to say, I'm at odds with the general consensus. I much prefer Roy Del Ruth's less atmospheric but more entertaining 1931 version »

- Andre Soares

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Bullets and bats: when Hammer Films met 007

1 June 2011 9:29 AM, PDT | Shadowlocked | See recent Shadowlocked news »

“My name is Bond - James Bond". That classic introduction to the cinema’s greatest secret agent is as famous as “I am Dracula, I bid you welcome.” When the box office success of Dr No (1962) turned the unknown Sean Connery into a movie legend, Hammer was never far away from the franchise. With their own films running parallel to the Bond series, Hammer and Eon Productions often made use of the same talent.

Dr No also marked the debuts of Bernard Lee (the first of 11 films as M) and Lois Maxwell (the first of 14 as Miss Moneypenny). Lee had a brief turn as Tarmut in Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell (1973) and despite never starring in a Hammer horror, Maxwell turned up in their early fifties thrillers Lady in the Fog (1953) and Mantrap (1954).

As doomed double-agent Professor Dent, Anthony Dawson is best known as the vile Marquis in Curse »

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Doctor Who: Meglos - DVD Review

14 January 2011 8:02 AM, PST | Monsters and Critics | See recent Monsters and Critics news »

The second story of Tom Baker.s last season as the Doctor allowed a rare chance to flex some acting muscle in two roles. The makeup is pretty top notch as Baker transforms into a living cactus for his villainous turn. The Doctor (Tom Baker) and Ramona (Lalla Ward) are invited to visit the planet Tigella by its leader Zastor (Edward Underdown), who has become concerned about disputes between his people's two opposing factions, the Deons and the Savants, over the planets power supply dubbed the Dodecahedron. The Deons, led by high priestess Lexa (Jacqueline Hill), worship the Dodecahedron, but the scientific Savants see it as a power source and not a religion. The Dodecahedron appears to be »

- Jeff Swindoll

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