52 Code Films – Week #27: “The World Moves On” from 1934; “A Perfect Start” for The Favorite Code Film Blogathon

Today is Sunday, so it is time for another article in our weekly series about new Code films, 52 Code Films. Every week, I watch at least one American Breen film that I have never seen before. Since PEPS is all about the Code and the movies its enforcement by Joseph Breen produced for twenty years … Continue reading 52 Code Films – Week #27: “The World Moves On” from 1934; “A Perfect Start” for The Favorite Code Film Blogathon

#CleanMovieMonth85 Perfect Code Film Features – 7. “The Silk Hat Kid”

#CleanMovieMonth85 July 7 – Perfect Code Film Feature #7 Today’s highlighted film is The Silk Hat Kid from 1935. This is the story of a tough young bodyguard who is hired by a nightclub owner as protection against gangsters but finds himself torn when he meets an old priest friend of his and a pretty young lady who helps … Continue reading #CleanMovieMonth85 Perfect Code Film Features – 7. “The Silk Hat Kid”

#CleanMovieMonth85 Guest Article: “Take 3: Stowaway Review (Clean Movie Month — #1)” by Sally Silverscreen

The below article was published on 18 Cinema Lane by Sally Silverscreen on July 6 as her first entry in #CleanMovieMonth85. See the original post here. For the first time ever, I am participating in Pure Entertainment Preservation Society’s Clean Movie Month! Every July, participants are encouraged to watch and write about films that were … Continue reading #CleanMovieMonth85 Guest Article: “Take 3: Stowaway Review (Clean Movie Month — #1)” by Sally Silverscreen