31 DAYS OF OSCAR: THE BEST OF THE T’S
March 1, 2017

Before we start with the S’s, what the hell happened at the Oscars Sunday night?!!!

 

The Thin Man (1934)

Drink some martinis with Nick and Nora Charles while watching the first of the six film series.


The Third Man (1949)

 

Watch Orson Welles steal the film with less than 20 minutes of screentime.


To Be or Not to Be (1942)

 

Carole Lombard’s final role.   What could have been.


Top Hat (1935)

One of the best of the Astaire-Rogers musicals.


The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1942)

Watch Bogie go mad with greed.


12 Angry Men (1957)

Henry Fonda’s only production credit.

31 DAYS OF OSCA: THE BEST OF THE L’S
February 16, 2017

The Lady Eve (1941)

Barbara Stanwyck tries to con heir Henry Fonda and falls for her mark.


Little Women (1933) (1949)

 

Compare the two films.  Who’s the better Jo, Katharine Hepburn or June Allyson?


The Lost Weekend (1945)

Ray Milland won his only Oscar for his portrayal of an alcoholic writer who does on a bender over a long weekend.


Lust for Life (1956)

This is the movie that Kirk Douglas came closest to winning the Best Actor Oscar.

31 DAYS OF OSCARS: THE BEST OF THE G’S
February 15, 2017

Gaslight (1944)

Watch Ingrid Bergman’s Oscar-winning performance of a newlywed slowly driven mad by her husband.  But why?


Giant (1956)

James Dean’s last film.  It doesn’t feel like it’s three hours long.


Gigi (1958)

Won 9 Oscars including Best Picture.


The Grapes of Wrath (1940)

The role Henry Fonda should have won for.  Even winner Jimmy Stewart voted for him!