Film Noir Review: I, the Jury (1953)

"I never wanted the world. Just enough room for both of us.” Mike Hammer has an odd film history, especially compared to other classic detectives. He toiled away in B-movie adaptations while PIs like Sam Spade and Philip Marlowe got the A-list treatment. kiss me deadly (1955) is the lonely Hammer film that is considered a masterpiece,...

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Classic Movie Travels: Percy Helton

Classic Film Journeys: Percy Helton Percy Helton Percy Helton was a popular character actor during the Golden Age of Hollywood, in addition to his appearances on stage and television. He was born Percy Alfred Helton on January 31, 1894 in Manhattan, New York. His father was Alfred "Alf" Helton, who worked as a stage actor, and young...

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Western RoundUp: Iverson Movie Ranch

Western RoundUp: Iverson Movie Ranch Visiting western movie locations is one of my favorite things to do! Visiting these sites in person always offers interesting insights into filmmaking in general and westerns in particular. In previous columns, I've taken readers to visit western places like Corriganville in Simi Valley, California; Kanab, Utah; and Lone Pine, California. Garden...

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