Summer Under the Stars: Ricardo Montalban double feature

For those who don't know, Ricardo Montalban is one of my movie husbands. Handsome, suave, distinct voice, devout Catholic, a faithful husband who adored his wife Georgie unto death. He's just the ideal. I know that for many, he's Khan from Star Trek. Having never watched the series, he's forever the dreamy Old Hollywood star … Continue reading Summer Under the Stars: Ricardo Montalban double feature

Summer Under the Stars: Sidney Poitier in The Defiant Ones (1958)

Sidney Poitier occupies a very unique place in Hollywood history. As one of the few black actors to gain prestige during the Golden Era, he's a heroic figure. He paved the way for so many talented men and women who came after him. And that's noteworthy because neither his career nor his life were sacrificed … Continue reading Summer Under the Stars: Sidney Poitier in The Defiant Ones (1958)

I’ve done a lot of dreaming with The Harvey Girls (1946)

George Sidney's The Harvey Girls combines my most beloved film genre - the musical - with my most dreaded - the western. What results is a splendid woman centered story about dreams, romance, civilizing the west (ah), and finding your place in the great big world. The Santa Fe California Limited of the Atchinson, Topeka … Continue reading I’ve done a lot of dreaming with The Harvey Girls (1946)