Tag Archives: Columbia

Movieland Mystery Photo (Updated + + + +)

This week’s mystery movie was the 1941 Columbia picture “Texas,” with William Holden, Glenn Ford, Claire Trevor, George Bancroft, Edgar Buchanan, Don Beddoe and Willard Robertson. Screenplay by Horace McCoy, Lewis Meltzer and Michael Blankfort, from a story by Michael … Continue reading

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Movieland Mystery Photo (Updated + + + +)

This week’s mystery movie was the 1935 Columbia film “She Married Her Boss,” with Claudette Colbert, Melvyn Douglas, Michael Bartlett, Raymond Walburn, Jean Dixon, Katherine Alexander, Edith Fellows, Clara Kimball Young, Grace Hale and Charles E. Arnt. Screenplay by Sidney … Continue reading

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1944 in Print — ‘Walter Winchell on Broadway,’ Feb. 3, 1944

Feb. 3, 1944: Walter Winchell devotes his entire column to an organization called Peace Now.  He did not approve. From the St. Petersburg Times.

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James Curtis: L.A. Voices – Jules White, Part 6

A photo of Buster Keaton in “Sidewalks of New York” has been listed on EBay. Bidding starts at $199.95. James writes: Here’s another of those interviews I did during a random burst of energy in 1975. This one took place … Continue reading

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James Curtis: L.A. Voices – Jules White, Part 4

  Photo: The Senate chambers in “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington” was redecorated as a palace for a Three Stooges film. James writes: Here’s another of those interviews I did during a random burst of energy in 1975. This one … Continue reading

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