Classic Film

Lucinda Moriarty

It’s an election year, and the corrupt William’s machine is facing a tough opponent in George Martin, a hard-working, clean-living, and all-around good guy. But when it comes to winning the all-important women’s vote, it is going to take more than the issues to get the right man elected.

Lucinda Moriarty

Tucked into the rural countryside of Alabama, is a little schoolhouse with a new teacher. Miss Jane Richards, played by Dorothy Dandridge, has been assigned to her very first class. With her, comes all of the passion and insecurity a new teacher might experience.

Lucinda Moriarty

When remembering the great comediennes, Kay Kendall’s name should not be missed. Although her career was tragically cut short, her body of work was polished and her knack for comedy transcendent.

Lucinda Moriarty

For anyone interested in a book detailing the history of black artists in Hollywood, "Hollywood Black" by Donald Bogle is a film lover’s dream come true.

Lucinda Moriarty

In an old Victorian house, a sinister plan unfolds after the murder of the wicked mistress of the house, and any chance the remaining household members have at happiness is marred by their unrelenting suspicion of each other.

Lucinda Moriarty

It is completely understandable why Universal Studios had faith in the remake of My Man Godfrey. The original film was charming, funny – and more importantly – it was popular at the box office. It seemed like a win-win. So why did the remake miss the mark?

Lucinda Moriarty

If you have ever looked out of the window of a vehicle as it cruises through an unknown part of town and wondered about the lives of the people who live there, you’ve experienced the street scene.