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Easy Reading. A tongue-in-cheek pre-WWII story of "what if...?": a mixture of fiction and historical facts about Jack Kennedy as a young man and F.D.R.
Jack's admiration of Winston Churchill is in total conflict of Joe Kennedy, Sr.'s loyalty to Chamberlain and his passiveness to Germany (Joe Kennedy, Sr. was the American Ambassador to England at the time). Being the son of American Ambassador, F.D.R. could use him secretly to be his unofficial eyes and ears on events taking place overseas. Who would suspect this young man as he traveled Europe on the pretext of gathering information for his college thesis?
To sum it up, there are nail-biting moments. There is… Read more
Warner Archive presents "ROBERT MONTGOMERY COLLECTION" (4 Discs) (1931-1940) (767 min/B&W) -- Starring: Robert Montgomery, Ernest Torrence, Dorothy Jordan, Charlotte Greenwood, Irene Purcell, Tallulah Bankhead, Hugh Herbert, Madge Evans, Roland Young, Nora Gregor, Heather Thatcher, Sally Eilers, Rosalind Russell, Robert Benchley, Edward Arnold, Reginald Owen and Edmund Gwenn .... some of the cast from all eight films.
Directed by Harry A. Pollard, Sam Wood, Harry Beaumont, Robert Z. Leonard, Jack Conway, George Fitzmaurice, Richard Thorpe
1.) - Shipmates (1931) (72 min/B&W) - Starring Robert Montgomery, Ernest Torrence, Dorothy Jordan (Directed by Harry A… Read more
BearManor Media presents "CHARLIE OF NOB HILL" (Paperback) -- by Gene Arceri.
It is not only about Charlie's heroism, but the fact that he and Miss Nova were inseparable from the very first time they met. Coming from Mrs. Binder of Pets Unlimited, this was several years earlier on one cold December day. Bringing Charlie in a basket, his curiosity could not take it any longer, he peered out to see a woman with soft Grey hair and twinkling blues eyes - it was love at first sight. Miss Nova gazed at Charlie's handsome black and white markings, the black scalloping on his back and ears, and the perfect black mustache. "He looks just like Charlie Chaplin!" she exclaimed. "He's just… Read more