Tag Archives: Jean Parker

Beyond Tomorrow

Can you imagine, just for a moment, what A Christmas Carol might look like if it were told from the perspective of the three ghosts? That isn’t quite what’s going on in Beyond Tomorrow — released in 1940 and later … Continue reading

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One Body Too Many

One Body Too Many was released in 1944, and concerns the metaphorical and literal back-stabbing among a group of relatives concerning their late uncle’s will. Directed by Frank McDonald, it was made during the height of the film noir era, … Continue reading

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The Flying Deuces

It’s amazing how some personalities from older movies and short films are still so recognizable today. Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy are still easy to identify even for younger generations, even if many of those same people have never watched … Continue reading

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