Saturday, November 22, 2014

I'm sure there's a Fox film I haven't blogged about somewhere

Having done this blog for close to seven years now, it should be unsurprising that I've mentioned a whole lot of movies from 20th Century-Fox over the years. And with FXM's policy of having a fairly limited number of movies on the channel at any one time and showing them a lot, it shouldn't be too much of a surprise either that I've blogged about a lot of them at some point in the past. Indeed, much of tomorrow morning's lineup looks like a rehash of years-old posts from here:

Hangover Square at 7:15 AM, with Laird Cregar as a mentally unstable composer;
The House on Telegraph Hill at 8:35 AM; starring Valentina Cortese as a war refugee;
Richard Widmark dealing with deeply troubled Marilyn Monroe in Don't Bother to Knock at 10:10 AM;
Glynis Johns entering Dan O'Herlihy's office in The Cabinet of Caligari at 11:30 AM and
Stuart Whitman going undercover in a mental institution to discover what Lauren Bacall is doing to Roddy McDowall in Shock Treatment at 1:20 PM.

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