Blogathons, Uncategorized

Springtime for Larceny: The Producers (1967)

Imagine, if you will, going to see a Broadway show in which one of the performers sings a song that features the lyrics "Don't be a dummy, be a smarty! Join the Nazi party!" Would you get up and storm out in great disgust, or stick around when you get the very incorrect idea that… Continue reading Springtime for Larceny: The Producers (1967)

Blogathons, Classic Film Discoveries, Uncategorized

The Class of Cluny Brown (1946)

Ernest Lubitsch is one of the finest directors of the Golden Age of Hollywood. I've waxed lyrical about him before in my post on To Be Or Not To Be,  but every time I watch one of his movies, I am dazzled by his sensational satire and his incredible ability to construct complex but relatable films. Cluny… Continue reading The Class of Cluny Brown (1946)