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The Glorious Age of the Hat

At the turn of the century, hats were quite the fashion statement.

Men often wore fedoras, which could be year-round attire. These hats, which came into fashion in the late 19th century and never went back out of style, have been a favorite of gangsters, Orthodox Jews, and Prince Edward.   417 more words


Movie Review: UNDER CAPRICORN, 1949. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock

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Movie Review
Directed by Alfred Hitchcock
Starring: Ingrid Bergman, Joseph Cotten… 780 more words

Love in Casablanca

When it comes to classic Hollywood cinema, Casablanca is like a well made cocktail, made by an informed bartender. A shot of mystery, a generous slosh of self sacrificing love, a wedge of suspense, and the rim of the glass coated in ancient sugar that tastes like it’s been in the cupboard since the 1920s. 509 more words


Classic Symbiotic Collaborations Blogathon: Notorious (1946)

Director Alfred Hitchcock has collaborated with several actors multiple times, such as James Stewart (four films) and Grace Kelly (three films). Often times those collaborations came together into one movie, like when he directed both Stewart and Kelly in… 764 more words


Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: For Whom The Bell Tolls (dir by Sam Wood)

After I watched The Pride of the Yankees, it was time to watch For Whom The Bell Tolls on TCM.  Based on the classic novel by Ernest Hemingway, the film version of… 739 more words


Eightsome Reel

Indiscreet (1958)
Ingrid Bergman & Cary Grant



I’m sure that everything there is to be said about Alfred Hitchcock’s Notorious has already been typed and printed and re-printed time and time again over the the last half-century, but I’ll indulge myself for a moment. 389 more words