Category: 1960s

Ida Lupino’s Directing Career

Actress Ida Lupino is remembered most for her on screen performances as “Lana Carlsen” in “They Drive By Night” (1940) and “Marie” in “High Sierra” (1941). However, it is a little-known fact to some...

A Tribute to John Barry

The five-time Academy Award winning film composer was born John Barry Prendergast in York, England on November 3, 1933. No doubt his love of music came from his mother who was a classical pianist....

A Cult Classic Christmas

Getting tired of hearing Christmas songs everywhere you go? Can’t watch “It’s A Wonderful Life” (1946) or “White Christmas” (1954) one more time? It’s not that your a Grinch or a Scrooge, but you...

Behind The Shower Curtain

Can a black and white film evoke the horror of red blood splattered in a bathroom, and without a knife ever truly striking the flesh? Absolutely – when the director is the brilliant Alfred...