Film Fashion Fridays: 4. Doris Day’s Gray Suit from “Romance on the High Seas” from 1948

It is Friday again, so it is time for another Film Fashion Fridays article! This will be my fourth article in the series. Although I am still getting started with it, it is quickly becoming my favorite series on PEPS. It is challenging, but I enjoy finding outfits I can recommend for my readers to … Continue reading Film Fashion Fridays: 4. Doris Day’s Gray Suit from “Romance on the High Seas” from 1948

Breening Thursday #27: “Kismet” from 1955 by Rebekah Brannan

This article was written by Rebekah Brannan as part of the Breening Thursdays series. For this week's Breening Thursday article, I, Rebekah Brannan, have chosen to breen the 1955 film Kismet. Although this film should have been virtually free from Code-violations, since Mr. Breen had just left, I found it to be riddled with problems. Although this … Continue reading Breening Thursday #27: “Kismet” from 1955 by Rebekah Brannan

52 Code Films – Week #19: “She Married Her Boss” from 1935

Today is May 12, so it is time for another 52 Code Films article! It is also Mother's Day, so I want to wish a special Happy Mother's Day wish to all the mothers throughout the world who read my article. For many of us, classic films remind us of our mothers. Many of us … Continue reading 52 Code Films – Week #19: “She Married Her Boss” from 1935

Film Fashion Fridays: 3. Nelson Eddy’s Double-Breasted Suits in “The Chocolate Soldier” from 1941

Today is Friday, so it is time for another article about film fashion! This is the third article in our new series, Film Fashion Fridays. As promised, this week's article will be the first post about gentlemen's fashion, since the first two articles have been dedicated to fashion for ladies. As in all the articles … Continue reading Film Fashion Fridays: 3. Nelson Eddy’s Double-Breasted Suits in “The Chocolate Soldier” from 1941

Breening Thursday #26: “The Guns of Navarone” from 1961 by James Brannan

This week’s Breening Thursday article is written by James R. Brannan, the president of PEPS. The subject of this week's breening article is the 1961 British war epic The Guns of Navarone, which is number 26 in the Breening Thursday series. I first watched this film prior to my knowledge of the Production Code and really enjoyed … Continue reading Breening Thursday #26: “The Guns of Navarone” from 1961 by James Brannan

Photo Giveaway This Week

Ladies and gentlemen, for several months I have been including links to Amazon products in all my new articles. I have also added links to many past articles. In each article, I have mentioned that we are part of the Amazon Associates affiliate program, so purchases generated from links on our website will result in … Continue reading Photo Giveaway This Week

52 Code Films – Week #18: “They Were Expendable” from 1945

Today is Sunday, so it is time for another 52 Code Films article. This series is a weekly one which I am featuring this year. Every week in 2019, I watch at least one movie from the American Breen Era (1934-1954) which I have never seen before. I created this series to expand my knowledge … Continue reading 52 Code Films – Week #18: “They Were Expendable” from 1945

Film Fashion Fridays: 2. Katharine Hepburn’s Blouse and Skirt in “Holiday” from 1938

Hello, dear readers! It is Friday, so it is time for the second article in our new fashion series, Film Fashion Fridays. Two weeks ago, I dedicated the lengthy first article to explaining the proper undergarments which are the basis for a lady's vintage wardrobe. Unfortunately, I wasn't able to publish the second article in … Continue reading Film Fashion Fridays: 2. Katharine Hepburn’s Blouse and Skirt in “Holiday” from 1938

Breening Thursday: 25. “White Shadows in the South Seas” from 1928

Good day, ladies and gentlemen! It is time for the next Breening Thursday article, which is the 25th one in the series! Last week's topic, The Moon-Spinners from 1964, was a suggestion from one of our readers, Sally Silverscreen of 18 Cinema Lane. This week's topic is also a suggestion from fellow blogger. On Sunday, we … Continue reading Breening Thursday: 25. “White Shadows in the South Seas” from 1928