The ABC's of Film Noir
The ABC's of Film Noir
The ABC's of Film Noir
The ABC's of Film Noir

The Big Sleep (1946) Classic Movie Review 189

The Big Sleep (1946)

lib Welcome to today’s show, my name is John. As always, you can subscribe to the show on Apple Podcast or wherever you get your podcast. Also, there are links to social media in the podcast show notes. You can also go to classicmovierev.com to read notes, bios, and other…

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The Bridges of Toko-Ri (1954) Classic Movie Review 188

The Bridges of Toko-Ri (1954)

Welcome to today’s show, my name is John. As always, you can subscribe to the show on Apple Podcast or wherever you get your podcasts. Also, there are links to social media in the podcast show notes. You can also go to classicmovierev.com to read notes, bios, and other random…

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Battlefield Archaeologist Douglas Scott Talks Little Bighorn Battle for Archaeology and the Movies

Dr. Douglas Scott Little Bighorn Battlefield Archaeologist

YouTube Video of Battlefield Archaeologist Dr. Douglas Scott See more Archaeology and the Movies Douglas D. Scott is America’s preeminent  Battlefield Archaeologist who is most notable for his work at the Little Bighorn National Monument formerly known as Custer’s Last Stand in the mid-1980s. Working with Richard Fox, Melissa Connor, Doug Harmon, Battlefield…

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The Best Years of Our Lives (1946) Classic Movie Review 187

The Best Years of Our Lives (1946)

Welcome to today’s show, my name is John. As always you can subscribe to the show on Apple Podcast or follow the links to social media in the podcast show notes. So please subscribe when you are finished listening. You can also go to classicmovierev.com to read notes, bios, and…

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Charles M. Haecker Talks Apaches for Archaeology and the Movies Series

Apache Archaeology expert Charles M. Haecker

Retired National Park Service Archaeologist Charles M. Haecker author of On the Prairie of Palo Alto: Historical Archaeology of the U.S.–Mexican War Battlefield and Apache archaeology expert talks about his Apache archaeology and the movies. See more Archaeology and the Movies YouTube Video Edited Transcript John:                                     00:00                      I’m very excited today…

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Panic in the Streets (1950) Classic Movie Review 186

Jack Palance in Panic in the Streets (1950)

Welcome to today’s show, my name is John. As always you can subscribe to the show on Apple Podcast or wherever you get your podcast. Also, there are links to social media in the podcast show notes. You can also go to classicmovierev.com to read notes, bios, and other random…

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Twelve O’Clock High (1949) Classic Movie Review 185

Robin Hood Toby mug from Twelve O’Clock High (1949)

Today’s movie is Twelve O’Clock High (1949). A contender for the greatest war film ever, yet it shows very little violence. This film is often hailed as one of the greatest management training films ever made and has been used by most of the U.S. military at one time or…

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Dr. David Anderson Talks Science Fiction for Archaeology and the Movies Series

Dr. David G. Anderson of the University of Tennessee Knoxville joins us to day to share his expert knowledge on science fiction and archaeology. See more Archaeology and the Movies Edited Transcript John: (00:00) I’m very excited to be here today with Dr. David Anderson. He’s a professor of archaeology…

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Frankenstein (1910) Classic Movie Review 184

Frankenstein (1910)

Today’s movie is Frankenstein (1910).  As I am I apt to do I was cruising Amazon Prime looking for something to watch and I stumbled across the original film version of Frankenstein (1910). It was a Thomas Alva Edison production. He is best known for inventing the phonograph, the movie…

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Command Decision (1948) Classic Movie Review 183

Command Decision (1948)

Today’s movie is Command Decision (1948). This is a good Clark Gable movie that plays on his real-world experience in the U.S. Army Air Corp in World War II. Being a big star and 40-years old, Gable could have had it pretty easy. Instead, he flew at least five combat…

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