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DVD Review: Elephant Walk (1954)

It starts innocently enough: a handsome, charming man meets a beautiful bookstore clerk, and the two fall in love and marry. They have an exotic honeymoon before returning to the man’s marble palace in Ceylon. Unaware that she had married a millionaire, it appears that all of the lovely bride’s wishes have come true–that is,…

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Book Review: Who Wacked Roger Rabbit? (2013)

Who Wacked Roger Rabbit Gary K. Wolf Release Date: November 29, 2013 Musa Publishing E-book, 262 pages Roger Rabbit fans, rejoice: author Gary K. Wolf (that’s him play-acting on the cover above) has written a third book in the mischievous Rabbit’s franchise. Who Wacked Roger Rabbit?, set for release (e-book only) later this month, is sure…

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DVD Review: Parachute Jumper (1933)

When I was given the chance to review Warner Archive’s new manufacture-on-demand release of Parachute Jumper (1933), I was so excited: it was a Bette Davis film that I had never seen. No more than ten minutes into the film, however, I realized why I had never heard of it before. The dialogue and plot is…

Movie Memories: Remember that Life is Beautiful

This week, each of your True Classics crew members will be sharing her own “movie memories,” ranging from the classics to the not-so-much-but-still-wonderful films that we love. Today we continue with Sarah’s remembrances! When I was young, I didn’t understand the power of film. Going to the movies in high school was an excuse to…