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Peck and King's Darker Western Ride

Peck and King's Darker Western Ride

Posted by Mike Finnegan on Aug 20th 2018

The Big Country (1958) is rightly considered an ambitious adult Western of greater than usual complexity for the genre, a noteworthy credit on the resumés of its two producers, star Gregory Peck

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September's Earth, Wind and Fire

September's Earth, Wind and Fire

Posted by Mike Finnegan on Jun 26th 2018

September at Twilight Time gets provocatively political and grippingly personal, as charismatic stars play out intrigues in globe-spanning settings ranging from colorfully populated Back Bay Boston to

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Birthday Bounty

Birthday Bounty

Posted by Mike Finnegan on Apr 5th 2018

In the two years since this blogspot first considered today as one of the most remarkable birthday convergences of top screen talents, a few relevant titles have left the Twilight Time hi-def Blu-ra

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King of Connections

King of Connections

Posted by Mike Finnegan on Jan 24th 2018

In a conversation he had with film historian and documentary moviemaker Kevin Brownlow, the revered director King Vidor reportedly remarked: “I’m a pioneer. I’ve been in this business for years. Bu

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Religious Experience

Religious Experience

Posted by Mike Finnegan on Dec 29th 2017

To its producer/co-screenwriter, The Keys of the Kingdom (1944), a prestigious screen version of A.J. Cronin’s 1941 book that premiered in New York 73 years ago today, was the inaugural production

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