An Unlikely Murderer: Jimmy Stewart in “Rose Marie” from 1936

When I think of classic actors who seem like genuinely kind, honorable, likable gentlemen, Jimmy Stewart is at the top of the list. He was famous in the 1930s, 40s, and 50s for playing down-to-earth, genuine, and often bashful characters. He is often called Jimmy "Aw, Shucks" Stewart in fond reference to his many shy … Continue reading An Unlikely Murderer: Jimmy Stewart in “Rose Marie” from 1936

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What the Code Means to Me – May: “What the Code Means to Me ~ Thoughts On Why I Appreciate It” by Movie Critic

This article was written by Movie Critic of Movies Meet Their Match. Her analysis of the Code's influence and the assurance of decency it gives is the May entry in our guest series,¬†What the Code Means to Me. It was originally published on her website¬†here. Movie Critic, thank you for contributing the third article to … Continue reading What the Code Means to Me – May: “What the Code Means to Me ~ Thoughts On Why I Appreciate It” by Movie Critic

52 Code Films – Week #20: “Young Man with a Horn” from 1950

Today is Sunday, so it is time for another article in one of our weekly series, 52 Code Films. At the end of each week in 2019, I review the new Code film which I watched that week. I have determined to watch at least one movie from the American Breen Era (1934-1954) which I … Continue reading 52 Code Films – Week #20: “Young Man with a Horn” from 1950