Sabu and the Kordas

An 11-year-old orphan, discovered working in a maharajah’s stables by a cameraman on a scouting trip, represents one of the strangest anomalies in the history of movie-stardom. Osmond Borradaile was in India in preparation for a project based on a story by Rudyard Kipling when he met Selar Shaik and brought him to the attention […]

Blasts from the past

Frank Borzage’s History is Made at Night (1937):
Criterion Blu-ray review

The Alligator People: Tragedy in the Key of B

DVD of the Week: La Habanera (1937)

More genre viewing – late Fall 2018: Part Two

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