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
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
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
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
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
Ladies and gentlemen, earlier today I announced that PEPS will be hosting #CleanMovieMonth again this July. In honor of the 85th anniversary of the PCA's formation this year, we are calling the month-long celebration #CleanMovieMonth85! We already have had two joiners, and we look forward to many more participants! In addition to this whole month … Continue reading Announcing The Favorite Code Film Blogathon!
Last year, PEPS officially declared July #CleanMovieMonth. We decided to make it an annual celebration. Many months are dedicated to celebrating history or bringing awareness. #CleanMovieMonth is dedicated to both. It’s a month-long celebration of Code films, specifically cinema sealed during the Breen era (1934-1954). Frequent PEPS readers know that PEPS is always dedicated to … Continue reading Announcing #CleanMovieMonth85!
This week’s Breening Thursday article is written by James R. Brannan, the president of PEPS. It is time again for Breening Thursday. Today is June 6, 2019, the seventy-fifth anniversary of Operation Overlord, also known as D-Day, when thousands of allied troops, led by the United States, stormed the beaches of Normandy, France. I considered breening a … Continue reading Breening Thursday #30: “Operation Mad Ball” from 1957 by James Brannan
Today is Sunday, so it is time for another article in our weekly Code film series, 52 Code Films. This is my first article in this series in June. As a matter of fact, it is my first article of any sort this month, since it is just June 2! Every week in 2019, I … Continue reading 52 Code Films – Week #22: “For Me and My Gal” from 1942; “The Palace or Bust!” for The Second Annual Broadway Bound Blogathon
Today is Friday, so it is time for another Film Fashion Fridays article. This week, I am at last going to publish the second article about gentlemen's vintage fashion, which I delayed since last week because I wrote an entry in The Jeanne Crain Blogathon. So far, I have written four articles in this series … Continue reading Film Fashion Fridays: 6. Three-Piece Suits on Three Gentlemen in “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington” from 1939