100 New Code Films – #42: “The Last Outpost” from 1951; Decoration Day

Today is Saturday, and I'm publishing my second article of the week in PEPS's semi-weekly series, 100 New Code Films. This series is dedicated to exploring Code films which I have yet to see. By watching two new American Breen Era (1934-1954) films in all but two weeks of 2020, I am expanding my knowledge … Continue reading 100 New Code Films – #42: “The Last Outpost” from 1951; Decoration Day

Film Fashion Friday 27. Jennifer Jones’s Skirt and Blouse Ensemble in “Since You Went Away” from 1944

Today is Friday, so it's time for another Film Fashion Friday article. This series is dedicated to exploring and analyzing the fashion in Code films to develop an appreciate for classic cinema costumes, which you can copy to cultivate your own vintage style. If you by any of the products we recommend in links, PEPS … Continue reading Film Fashion Friday 27. Jennifer Jones’s Skirt and Blouse Ensemble in “Since You Went Away” from 1944

100 New Code Films – #41: “The Fighting 69th” from 1940; Memorial Day 2020

Although I usually wait until later in the week, I am going to publish my first 100 New Code Films article of week today. I am publishing this article today in honor of Memorial Day, since my film of choice is a patriotic one. The purpose of this series is to expand my knowledge of … Continue reading 100 New Code Films – #41: “The Fighting 69th” from 1940; Memorial Day 2020

100 New Code Films #40. “Angel on My Shoulder” from 1946; “The Selfless Gangster” for Genre Grandeur – Reluctant Hero Movies

Today is Sunday, so it's time for another 100 New Code Films articles. I always publish my second article of the week on Sunday, the week's end. This series is a semi-weekly one for 2020. During this year, I will watch 100 American Breen Era (1934-1954) movies in all. Since I will publish two articles … Continue reading 100 New Code Films #40. “Angel on My Shoulder” from 1946; “The Selfless Gangster” for Genre Grandeur – Reluctant Hero Movies

100 New Code Films – #39. “The Strange Woman” from 1946

Today is Saturday, so it's time for me to publish my first 100 New Code Films article of the week. According to the schedule of this series, I will publish two articles in all but four weeks of this year. The purpose of this series is to expand my knowledge of Code films by giving … Continue reading 100 New Code Films – #39. “The Strange Woman” from 1946

Breening Thursday #47: “Taxi!” from 1932 by Rebekah Brannan

This article was written by Rebekah Brannan as part of the¬†Breening Thursdays¬†series. Hello from Rebekah Brannan at PEPS! Most of my previous Breening projects have been films from after the Breen era, even venturing into the 1980s and 90s to breen the Disney Renaissance films. However, this week I am taking you back to a … Continue reading Breening Thursday #47: “Taxi!” from 1932 by Rebekah Brannan

100 New Code Films – #38. “Ziegfeld Girl” from 1941; “Glorified Girls and Invisible Producers” for The Great Ziegfeld Blogathon

Today is Sunday, so it's time for the next 100 New Code Films article. Twice every week, I publish two reviews of American Breen Era (1934-1954) films which I have never seen before. I will only make an exception in four of the weeks in 2020, in which I will watch only one new Code … Continue reading 100 New Code Films – #38. “Ziegfeld Girl” from 1941; “Glorified Girls and Invisible Producers” for The Great Ziegfeld Blogathon

Film Fashion Friday 26. Henry Fonda’s Dance Attire in “The Grapes of Wrath” from 1940

Today is Friday, so it's time for another Film Fashion Friday. Recently, we have gotten into a fairly regular publication schedule here at PEPS for this and our Thursday articles. One week, we publish a Film Fashion Friday article, and the next we publish a Breening Thursday article or occasionally a Code Concepts article. Thus, … Continue reading Film Fashion Friday 26. Henry Fonda’s Dance Attire in “The Grapes of Wrath” from 1940

100 New Code Films – #37. “Storm Warning” from 1951; Rest in Peace, Doris

Today is Wednesday, but I am going to publish my first 100 New Code Films article of the week today. In this series, I publish two articles per week. Each article is about a different American Breen Era (1934-1954) film which I recently watched for the first time. The purpose of this series is to … Continue reading 100 New Code Films – #37. “Storm Warning” from 1951; Rest in Peace, Doris