Both of my parents were very influential in turning me into a baby movie buff in my youth. Mom introduced my sister and I to her favorite ’80s flicks and had movie nights with us. Dad took us to the theater on rainy afternoons during our annual camping trips and on weekends. My dad is … More Movies with dad: His all-time top 10
I’ve written many times on this blog about Grammy — my mom’s mom, who played a huge role in my journey to becoming a fan of classic film (as well as a huge role in my life in general). Those of you who enjoy reading my Redford screening reports will remember that she introduced my … More Rest in peace, Grammy.
A note from Lindsey: Today is my 23rd birthday! I’m celebrating here on the blog by ramblin’ on about my history as a classic film fan. Is it possible for film fanaticism to be passed down unknowingly through three generations? I’m starting to think so! And here’s why… A few months after I started this … More Was my love of film inherited?
A note from Lindsey: This film was viewed as part of TMP’s Barbara Stanwyck Filmography project. Check out Listography for a full list of the project’s progress! Stella Martin (Barbara Stanwyck) is a working-class girl who falls for a rich, high-class man named Stephen Dallas (John Boles). Despite the differences in their backgrounds, the two marry … More Stella Dallas (1937)
Jeopardy (also sometimes referred to as A Woman in Jeopardy) (1953): 4/5 Barbara Stanwyck plays a mother, Helen Stilwin, who goes on a trip with her husband and son, hoping for a lovely family beach vacation. What happens is less than idyllic; her husband (Barry Sullivan) gets trapped in the rising tide. She must race … More Jeopardy (1953)