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Gazette staff
If you were in diapers when Al Pacino first warned moviegoers to “Say hello to my little friend,” the world is yours tonight.
Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Thirteen Women

And one of them is mean ol’ Myrna Loy.


Rod Lott
Not to be confused with the subject of a teenager’s wet dream, 1932’s Thirteen Women is a David O. Selznick production that plays like a precursor to Sorority Row. In it, the evil-eyebrowed Ursula Georgi (Myrna Loy) works a secretary for the New York-based Swami Yogadachi (C. Henry Gordon, 1932’s Scarface) and — this is a stretch — alters the horoscopes he sends to her dozen former sorority sisters so that convinces them of impending death, either of someone close or their own.
Thursday, March 8, 2012

The Phantom of Crestwood

She deserved it. Case closed.


Rod Lott
From 1932, the mystery The Phantom of Crestwood may be one of Hollywood’s first gimmick flicks. That doesn’t make it any good, however.
Wednesday, June 6, 2012