Her Twelve Men (1954)

I’ve been on a quest to see all of Greer Garson’s films and I finally caught Her Twelve Men on Turner Classic Movies the other day. The film was directed by Robert Z. Leonard in 1954. Garson plays Jan Stewart, a widow who decides to teach and is hired by...

Two For The Seesaw (1962)

Robert Mitchum and Shirley Maclaine star in this wonderful but emotionally heart-breaking romantic comedy. Mitchum plays lawyer “Jerry Ryan” from Nebraska who arrives in New York after the break up of his marriage. At a party he meets the lovely...

Twelve O’ Clock High (1949)

This 1949 film was one of the first to attempt a realistic look at WWII, and it focuses on just how much “maximum effort” men can take. After Col. Davenport (Gary Merrill) cracks under the strain of managing a low-morale Air Force squadron, General Savage...

Stage Door (1937)

Well, I just got finished watching this film for the first time. I have to say I was very impressed. I’d like to say a few words about it. It happens to be a 1937 film, so it goes along with the reviews I’ve been giving on ReelCast. *grin* I tell...

Call Me Madam (1953)

A delightful little musical that’s become somewhat forgotten in the past 20 years due to copyrights and such, but still remains as beautiful and fresh as the day it premiered. Call Me Madam stars Ethel Merman (re-playing her role here from the stage version),...