Film Fashion Fridays: 10. Nelson Eddy’s Full-Dress Suit in “Sweethearts” from 1938

Today is Friday, so it is time for another Film Fashion Fridays article. In this weekly series, I choose different costumes from Code films and describe how my readers can recreate these fashions for themselves with products sold on Amazon. I try to evenly alternate between ladies’ and gentlemen’s outfits if I can. My topics … Continue reading Film Fashion Fridays: 10. Nelson Eddy’s Full-Dress Suit in “Sweethearts” from 1938

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Breening Thursday #32: “The Trouble with Angels” from 1966

Greetings, ladies and gentlemen! It is Thursday again, so it is time for another Breening Thursday article! Because of my preparations for my live presentation on Sunday, Pre-Code vs. Pro-Code, I was unable to complete the breening project which I was preparing for last week’s entry in the series. As a side note, for my … Continue reading Breening Thursday #32: “The Trouble with Angels” from 1966

52 Code Films – Week #25: “Wonder Man” from 1945

Today is Sunday, so it is time for another 52 Code Films article. Every week this year, I have committed to watching at least one movie from the American Breen Era (1934-1954) which I have never seen before. There are so many great classic films yet to be seen, and there is little enough time … Continue reading 52 Code Films – Week #25: “Wonder Man” from 1945

Film Fashion Fridays: 9. Judy Holliday’s Black Dress with a Polka Dot Jacket in “Born Yesterday” from 1950

Hello, ladies and gentlemen! Unfortunately, I wasn't able to publish a Breening Thursday article yesterday. However, I'm back today with an entry in one of our other weekly series, Film Fashion Fridays. Every week, I choose an outfit from a movie, describe its various components, and provide links to similar products on Amazon so that … Continue reading Film Fashion Fridays: 9. Judy Holliday’s Black Dress with a Polka Dot Jacket in “Born Yesterday” from 1950

What the Code Means to Me – June: “What the Code Means to Me: Breen, Hallmark, and Me” by Sally Silverscreen

This article was written by Sally Silverscreen of 18 Cinema Lane. Her analysis of Breen Era films, their differences from modern movies, and their similarity to current Hallmark films in terms of decency is the June entry in our guest series, What the Code Means to Me. It was originally published on her website here. Sally, thank … Continue reading What the Code Means to Me – June: “What the Code Means to Me: Breen, Hallmark, and Me” by Sally Silverscreen

52 Code Films – Week #24: “Double Wedding” from 1937

Today is Sunday, so it is time for another 52 Code Films article! Because of this series I created, I have committed to watching and reviewing at least one new Code film every week. The films which count as Code films in this series are American movies released between July 15, 1934, and 1954. This … Continue reading 52 Code Films – Week #24: “Double Wedding” from 1937

Film Fashion Fridays: 8. Clark Gable’s Suit from “The Hucksters” from 1947; “Dressing with Sincerity” for The Dear Mr. Gable Blogathon

Today is Friday, so it is time for another Film Fashion Fridays article. Every week, I describe a costume or fashion concept from a movie and use it to explain how you can recreate that style for your own vintage look. I provide links to Amazon products which are similar so that vintage fashion is … Continue reading Film Fashion Fridays: 8. Clark Gable’s Suit from “The Hucksters” from 1947; “Dressing with Sincerity” for The Dear Mr. Gable Blogathon

Breening Thursday #31: “Teacher’s Pet” from 1958 by Rebekah Brannan

This article was written by Rebekah Brannan as part of the Breening Thursdays series. Due to necessary preparations for her upcoming event, Pre-Code vs. Pro-Code, my sister, Tiffany, was unable to write this week’s breening article. Therefore, I, Rebekah Brannan, will be breening the 1958 film, Teacher’s Pet. This comedy starring Clark Gable, Doris Day, and Gig … Continue reading Breening Thursday #31: “Teacher’s Pet” from 1958 by Rebekah Brannan

52 Code Films – Week #23: “No Time for Comedy” from 1940

Today is Sunday, so it is time for another article in our weekly series about new Code films. This series is called 52 Code Films, and it is all about committing to watching movies from the American Breen Era (1934-1954) which I have never seen before. Every week this year, I have agreed to watch … Continue reading 52 Code Films – Week #23: “No Time for Comedy” from 1940

Film Fashion Fridays: 7. Lew Ayres’s Suit in “Calling Dr. Kildare” from 1939; “America’s Favorite Doctor” for The Reel Infatuation Blogathon 2019

Today is Friday, so it is time for another Film Fashion Friday article! Since today is June 7, this is my first article in this series this month. In this series, I write about a different outfit or fashion concept from the Golden Era of Hollywood every week, using costumes and pictures from Code films … Continue reading Film Fashion Fridays: 7. Lew Ayres’s Suit in “Calling Dr. Kildare” from 1939; “America’s Favorite Doctor” for The Reel Infatuation Blogathon 2019