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Book Review: ‘A Life of Barbara Stanwyck: Steel True, 1907-1940′ by Victoria Wilson

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A great actress deserved a more critical, and concise, biography. Read More »

Robert Taylor: The Man with the Perfect Charm

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For some of us who were fortunate enough to have been a part of the Golden Age, however, the memory lingers on. Read More »

The Book and the Film: the 70th Anniversary of James M. Cain’s ‘Double Indemnity’

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Considering the print and film versions of Cain's classic noir novel. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Titanic (1953)

It might not feature a lot of modern special effects, but it has a good story to tell. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: The Strange Love of Martha Ivers

Power corrupts. It even happens to Barbara Stanwyck. Read More »

DVD Review: The Two Mrs. Carrolls

A strangely inert thriller, saved by Bogart and Stanwyck in their only film together. Read More »