Key Largo, a 1948 noir crime drama, was the fourth and final theatrical paring between Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall. I was looking for something to watch on Monday night (January 22) and didn’t want to watch something ridiculously long. Nothing against long films but if I’m pressing play just before 9 PM, I don’t want to be up way too late. Rather than turn to any of the streamers, I decided to check the…"Key Largo: The Second Best Huston, Bogart Film Of 1948"
A Night in Casablanca sees the Marx Brothers inching closer to the end of the road of performing as a trio on the big screen. “Round up all the likely suspects.” – Prefect of Police (Dan Seymour) What’s interesting about this film is that it’s known more for Groucho’s legendary letters surrounding its creation. Word had it that Warner Bros. threatened to sue over the film’s title. Casablanca had only come out a few years…"A Night in Casablanca – A Marx Brothers Retrospective"