There’s a lot to like here for Edward G. Robinson fans who get to see their hero play both the milquetoast “Jonesy” and gangster “Killer” Mannion—sometimes in the same scene!
Well, I bet you’ve seen at least two Colin Clive movies, haven’t you? I swear, when I was a kid bitten by the monster madness which was the first seed of my current love of classic movies Colin Clive was bigger to me than Gable, Cagney, or any other leading man of the period. C’mon, […]
Based on the biography “Diamond Jim, The Life and Times of James Buchanan Brady” published a year earlier by Parker Morell this uneven though still enjoyable comedy was brought to the screen by Universal through a Preston Sturges script under the direction of Eddie Sutherland. Starring Edward Arnold as Diamond Jim Brady.
Just watched Diamond Jim (1935) and figured I’d post a quick comment since it only has a total of 44 votes on the IMDb. Frankly, I’m surprised it has that many, because I’ve been looking for a copy for the past 5 or 6 years, ever since I realized that Edward Arnold’s boisterous laugh manages […]
A biography of film star Jean Arthur accompanied by images of Jean Arthur Movie Cards and Movie Collectibles from the 1930’s and 1940’s.