Few if any classic Hollywood stars have made more Film Noir movies than the sultry, deep voiced actress pictured above, Lizabeth Scott. Axiom: Every film noir “heroine” has a nifty “gat,” and knows how and when to use it. On screen, Scott had absolutely no hesitation to do so. She could plug away with the best […]
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Hello, everybody. Joe Morella and Frank Segers, your classic movie guys, here today to finish out our Bette Davis quiz with answers to the final five questions. Take a look below, and if you’d like, let us know how you did. Here we go: Question: Where did Davis’ celebrated legal battle with Warner Bros. play […]
Hello, everybody. Joe Morella and Frank Segers, your classic movie guys, continuing today our bout of summer silliness marked by our trivial pursuit of Alfred Hitchcock cameos in the director’s movies. We’ve just run a quiz asking you to match his many brief, often humorous bit appearances with the specific pictures that included them. We […]