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The Bad and the Beautiful
1952, Review by Christopher Null
This biting behind-the-scenes look at Hollywood is as sharp as they come. Opening on the...
Murder, My Sweet
1944, Review by Christopher Null
Dick Powell stars as Raymond Chandler's Philip Marlowe in this oft-considered-classic film noir, based on...
Christmas In July
1940, Review by Christopher Null
Tragically underseen, this Preston Sturges comedy is all of 68 minutes long (including the credits)...
Going Places (1938)
1938, Review by Christopher Null
Cute flick has Dick Powell and Anita Louise in a mistaken-identity comedy common of the...
1933, Review by Christopher Null
Of Golden Age musicals, 42nd Street is about as close to the archetype as they...
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