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Romantic Comedies

Who doesn’t like a good comedy?  and then add to the story some romance!  Can’t go right and we’ll have a good time looking at these genre of film beginning on April 12 at the Palm Theatre in SLO.  There … Continue reading

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The Thin Man

I watched After the Thin Man last night and once again laughed at the gags, pratfalls and overall humor of the film while at the same time trying to figure out “who dunnit”.  Myrna Loy and William Powell have such … Continue reading

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Richard Curtis

I sent an email with a link to him, very talented writer and director from the UK.  Love Actually is one of his more acclaimed movies.  He did not direct Four Weddings and a Funeral but wrote the screenplay.  You … Continue reading

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A Pie in the Face

According to Capra, it was a pie in the face that was the first gag in film, Fatty Arbuckle, it was said could throw pies the best.  But if you want to see pie throwing at the it’s greatest and … Continue reading

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Comedy Film Series starts on Sept 30

I’m happy to say that I have enough subscribers to guarantee the film series will proceed as scheduled.  I anticipate another 10 will subscribe between now and the first film showing At the Palm Theatre . . . introduction to … Continue reading

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Bedtime Story

Dirty Rotten Scoundrels is a hilarious match up with Steve Martin and Michael Caine, two con men doing their thing and to and in competition to each other until a cute little con woman arrives.  But it’s a remake of … Continue reading

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Abbott and Costello update

The children of Bud Abbott and Lou Costello are suing the highly acclaimed Broadway show “Hand to God” for copyright infringement for using the nearly 80-year-old sketch, one of America’s most recognizable. click here

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