The Window (1949) and the Incredibly Sad Career of Bobby Driscoll

When you hear the name Bobby Driscoll, you might not realize why it should be recognizable or even if you’ve ever heard of him at all. Truth be told, he made a huge impact in his early career and you may not recognize his face but you will certainly remember his voice. Bobby Driscoll wasContinue reading “The Window (1949) and the Incredibly Sad Career of Bobby Driscoll”

The Huston Family…but mostly Jack Huston

Any classic or modern movie fan is well aware of the storied history of the Huston Family — Walter Huston, patriarch of the famous Hollywood family, who won an Oscar in 1949 for his role opposite Humphrey Bogart in The Treasure of the Sierra Madre which was directed by his son, John Huston. John HustonContinue reading “The Huston Family…but mostly Jack Huston”

Disney+ Dream Job – Video Submission

On October 20, 2019, a family member posted a link to my Facebook page about the Disney+ Dream Job offered by and, needless to say, not only would it be a dream job for me but also THE PERFECT JOB for me. As part of the submission process, I had to create and postContinue reading “Disney+ Dream Job – Video Submission”

Just heartbroken…

A few days ago, I was informed that my absolutely favorite classic film streaming service, FilmStruck, was ending. FilmStruck was a critical partner with The Criterion Collection as well as Turner Classic Movies to provide unique and one-of-a-kind access to an enormous catalog of classic films via their streaming service. Since part of my personalContinue reading “Just heartbroken…”

And sometimes, life happens…

Greetings everyone – A few of you have reached out to me recently and wondered if I was doing alright. The answer is yes, I’m doing very well & I appreciate your concern. Life has just been really hectic of late with traveling, unexpected events, including the death of a friend, and getting some bigContinue reading “And sometimes, life happens…”

Metropolis (1927)

“In a futuristic city sharply divided between the working class and the city planners, the son of the city’s mastermind falls in love with a working class prophet who predicts the coming of a savior to mediate their differences.” (IMDB) To kick things off here at we¬†have long-before-its-time silent, science-fiction film from German directorContinue reading “Metropolis (1927)”