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Héroes de ocasión: Sopa de Ganso: Duck Soup (1933) DVDRip

Sinopsis: La República Democrática de Freedonia, un pequeño país centroeuropeo, a cuyo frente se encuentra el muy liberal señor Rufus T. Firefly, se ve amenazada por la dictadura de Sylvania, país de vieja y reconocida solvencia como agresor. D...
by Peliculasmas.com on Jun 26, 2016

A Timely Blogathon

As movie bloggers, we all need to find the time and energy to juggle both tasks of watching a movie and then writing our review of it online. They can be very time consuming activities, so Anna (of Film Grimoire) and Rob (MovieRob) have thought of a...
by Lets Go To The Movies on Jun 12, 2016

Cover Gallery: Stuart Kaminsky's Tobey Peters Books (Part 1)

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The Monkees were more struggling Marx Brothers than Beatles: ‘A very different kettle of fish’

Decades later, the Monkees' Micky Dolenz says "I'm always amazed that people, even real fans of the show, missed that dynamic."...
by Something Else Reviews on Feb 24, 2015

Overlooked Films: A Night in Casablanca (1946)

I watched this not long after an umpteenth viewing of Casablanca, thinking there might be some elements of parody. There weren’t. Legend has it that the film was originally intended as a lampoon, with Groucho playing “Humphrey Bogus,” but Warne...

Netflix-Apocalypse

  In case you were wondering why your instant queue looked a little anemic, Netflix lost 1,794 titles today. The massive exodus is due to is due to Warner Bros., MGM and Universal moving their titles to their new site Warner Archive Instant. Now...
by The Giggaheim on May 1, 2013

Theme Thursday: Soup

I love soup. It's the comfort food I like to snuggle up to on a cold winter night. Although summer gazpacho also flames my jets! Love of soup might even be genetic since my daughters love soup too. When Judy was in third grade, she had an assignment...
by Catch My Words on Nov 8, 2012

Remembering The Great Comedian Groucho Marx On The 35th Anniversary Of His Death

The great, irrepressible, unforgettable, and wonderfully unique witmaster comedian of possibly all time, one Groucho Marx, died 35 years ago today. With his brothers, Groucho made up one of filmdom’s all-time great movie comedy squads. During t...
by Geeks of Doom on Aug 19, 2012


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