Monday, March 30, 2009

More of Veronica Lake and Alan Ladd?


Do you want more of them? Or maybe I should post another flick? :)


stevelb said...

Just watched_Blue Dahlia. Would love to see more movies with Veronica Lake and/or Alan Ladd. Thanks.

Mark Etherton said...

Yes please.

Anonymous said...

I will like to see more movies with then. And if you could post the movie "NO MAN OF HER OWN" (1932), with Clark Gable and Carole Lombard, would be wonderful too.

Anonymous said...

please we need WESTERN, or WAR movies... the greatest fun at all!!! please some ACTION movies... maybe LEE MARVIN, JOHN WAYNE, PAUL NEWMAN, STEVE MCQUEEN, CHARLES BRONSON, WILLIAM HOLDEN.... thanks a lot!!! Great blog!!! from south america, chile.

Anonymous said...

PLEASE MORE::: CLINT EASTWOOD MOVIES:::::::: from south america, chile

Randy said...

Montgomery Clift. Lonelyhearts. Please.

elessar said...

I have been looking for "Saratoga Trunk" with Gary Cooper and Ingrid Bergman for a year now. I couldn't find it anywhere. Can you help, pls?
Thank you very much.

ClassicMan said...

Here are a few I am in search of:

The Devil and Miss Jones (1941)
(Jean Arthur)

Easy Living (1937)
(Jean Arthur)
(Found with Spanish subs
Russian dub, I dont need those)

Hide-Out (1934)
(Maureen O'Sullivan)

It All Came True (1940)
(Humphrey Bogart)

A Dog of Flanders (1960)
(Donald Crisp version)

On Borrowed Time (1939)
(I actually have this on VHS
but have not tried to put it
on PC yet)

Any "Boston Blackie" series
from the 40s with Chester Morris

Any Marion Davies movies.
(Prefer the Talkies)

Any Ann Sothern "Maisie" Movies
(Except Ringside Maisie
& Gold Rush Maisie which I have)

Any would be appreciated!


Ravi said...

Your Blog is amazing. It would be wonderful if you could post the movie "Dr. Terror's house of Horrors".


Anonymous said...

To my taste, it'll be all the movies with Gene Tierney (rather than with Veronica Lake). And too with Lucille Ball!


Aristarque said...

I would like to watch "The Great Gatsby" with Alan Ladd (Elliott Nugent, director, 1949). Thank you for all !