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Good News (1947) [Warner Archive Blu-ray review]

Good News was 1920s nostalgia for a post World War II America. It’s a funny thing to look at the movies that were hitting theaters in the immediate aftermath of the War. You either got sweet but...

8.2 Great
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After The Thin Man (1936) [Warner Archive Blu-ray review]

After the Thin Man is a reminder that your partner’s family members are just going to suck for awhile. This second Thin Man adventure finds Nick and Nora making their way to visit Nora’s f...

8.4 Great
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The Harvey Girls (1945) [Warner Archive Blu-ray review]

The Harvey Girls proved that even Judy Garland could make a Western. But, it was a musical and Garland wasn’t given a ton of choices in roles early in her career. By that I mean, MGM usually barked ou...

8.3 Great
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The Shop Around The Corner (1940) [Warner Archive Blu-ray review]

The Shop Around the Corner is based on a 1930 play about how much men and women hate working together. Through the magic of the silver screen, it was turned into a romantic comedy featuring James Stew...

8.6 Great
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The Pirate (1948) [Warner Archive Blu-ray review]

Newly remastered from the original Technicolor® negatives! A treasure trove of fun awaits when a Caribbean beauty (Judy Garland) with a mad crush on a legendary pirate meets a vagabond actor (Gene Kel...

8.5 Great
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Libeled Lady (1936) [Warner Archive Blu-ray review]

Bill Chandler (William Powell) is one of America's great anglers, a sport fisherman without peer, doom in waders to the wiliest trout. And that isn't the only fish story Chandler tells. Four of Hollyw...

8.1 Great
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The Opposite Sex (1956) [Warner Archive Blu-ray review]

"I've waited a whole year to grow claws like these. Jungle Red!" One of film's greatest lines belongs to a wronged wife who wins back her man with the aid of an aggressive shade of nail polish. First...

8.2 Great
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Kentucky Kernels (1934) [Warner Archive Blu-ray review]

Bert Wheeler and Robert Woolsey team up with Our Gang star "Spanky" McFarland in this riotous slapstick comedy. Out-of-work vaudevillians Willie (Wheeler) and Elmer (Woolsey) somehow become Spanky's ...

7.8 Good
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Tennessee Johnson (1942) [Warner Archive Blu-ray review]

During Hollywood's golden era, biographical dramas were often a big box-office draw, and Tennessee Johnson gave M-G-M an opportunity to showcase the impressive skills of studio newcomer Van Heflin, wh...

8 Great

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