Ward Bond – He’s in every major movie, it seems…

This post is a part of the What A Character blogathon, sponsored by Outspoken and Freckled (Kellee), Once Upon A Screen (Aurora), and Paula’s Cinema Club (Paula), giving tribute to the great character actors and actresses who support the classic movies we love. Thanks, Ladies, for a fun opportunity. It’s an honor to be among … More Ward Bond – He’s in every major movie, it seems…

Hitchcock’s Cameos

Despite the potential nail-biting and nerve discomfort that can stem from watching an Alfred Hitchcock movie, there are actually many fun instances there. Now, I’ll admit the nature of some of my chuckles come from such audacious moments filled by the quaint sarcasm of Ray Milland’s deliciously wicked Tony Wendice in Dial “M” for Murder (1954) and James Mason’s biting wit as Philip … More Hitchcock’s Cameos

Classic Movie Parodies – The Carol Burnett Show Way

Movie parodies on the big screen have been around almost as long as the cinema’s been around. We’ve got flicks such as Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein, Young Frankenstein, Hollywood Shuffle, and Hot Shots poking fun at various scripts or life behind the scenes. However, back in the seventies, there was a great television variety show … More Classic Movie Parodies – The Carol Burnett Show Way