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Two Films from the Fifties: Niagara and Les Girls

Note: It’s been a long time since I’ve had time to write for this space. The pandemic hit hard, as I was just getting accustomed to handling four college courses (two were new). Once we went online, I had to … Continue reading

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Five Supporting Performances that Don’t Get the Attention They Deserve

I’m taking a break from reviews and analyses to touch on five supporting performance over the years that haven’t gotten the attention they deserve. They are all over the place in time and style, but they are all worthy of … Continue reading

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Singin’ and dancin’ with Kelly and Donen

CREATIVE CONFLUENCE The Gene Kelly/Stanley Donen Musicals           By Mark DuPré                   Table of Contents Introduction Prelude The Early Films   For Me and My Gal   Thousands … Continue reading

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