Archive 376 - July 2017
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Little Miss Marker - 1934
Little Miss Marker - Released June 1, 1934. Directed by Alexander Hall
Shirley Temple is left with a bookie (Adolphe Menjou) as 'marker' for a bet, and when the father never returns...
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The Awful Truth - 1937
The Awful Truth - Released October 21, 1937. Directed by Leo McCarey
Irene Dunne and Cary Grant in a divorce screwball comedy with Ralph Bellamy and Joyce Compton.
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Mystery Men - 1999
Mystery Men - Released August 6, 1999. Directed by Kinka Usher
Bob Burden's counter-superheroes on the big screen receive a big budget treatment from director Kinka Usher. Their unusual adventures fighting crime lord Casanova Frankenstein (Geoffrey Rush) is treated with mock-superhero importance and stands somewhere between parody and heroism done with a unusual, and goofy, approach.
Mystery Men contains superhero team disaster histrionics as The Shoveler (William Macy) and Mr. Furious (Ben Stiller) assemble a dysfunctional group to replace Champion City's missing protector Captain Amazing (Greg Kinnear) and prevent the city's destruction. The plot moves like a standard hero-team story, but these characters do not at all fit the usual template.
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- The Stand In - 1937 - Leslie Howard, Bogart and Blondell
- The Black Book - 1949 - Robert Cummings and Arlene Dahl
- Who Done It? - 1942
- Cat-Women of the Moon - 1953
- The Viking Queen - 1967
- Little Miss Marker - 1934
- Get Out - 2017
- Man's Favorite Sport
- Braveheart 1995
- Bringing Up Baby - 1938
- The Comedy of Terrors - 1963
- Day of Anger - 1967
- Central Park - 1932 - Joan Blondell has trouble on her hands when she gets suckered into helping a gangster to rob a charity event. Though this film stars Joan and Wallace Ford, it also features the American Great Depression which is the background for the hunger and desperation that flavors the film.
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