Ann Sothern

  • Joseph L. Mankiewicz – A Letter to Three Wives (1949)

    A letter is addressed to three wives from their “best friend” Addie Ross, announcing that she is running away with one of their husbands–but she doesn’t say which one.Read More »

  • Otto Preminger – Danger – Love at Work (1937)

    A young lawyer is unable to get the Pembertons to sign a land sale contract until their daughter falls in love with him.Read More »

  • Fritz Lang – The Blue Gardenia (1953)

    by Steve-O of Film Noir of the Week
    After getting a Dear John letter from her boyfriend overseas, a young girl goes out on a blind date with a heel. She blacks out after drinking half-a-dozen mixed drinks but remembers fighting off the man with a poker. She goes into a panic when a police manhunt begins for her. A Los Angeles reporter tracks the mystery woman down before the police can get to her. But is she innocent?Read More »

  • Roy Del Ruth & Willy Pogany – Kid Millions (1934)

    Who’s that dodging his murderous mama, an equally murderous sheik, and the temptations of a harem full of beauties? It’s Brooklyn’s own Eddie Wilson, who comes to Egypt to claim an inheritance and finds that lots of other folks want a slice of his $77,000,000 pie. In one of his famed Samuel Goldwyn movie extravaganzas, Eddie Cantor sings, clowns and wows ‘em as Eddie.Read More »

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