Monthly Archives: November 2013


Silent films tell a story in a different way, with images instead of dialogue, and they rely on those images to convey the emotional depth of the tale. ¬†With the modern reliance on booming sounds and excessive dialogue, it’s nice … Continue reading

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Of Human Bondage

Bette Davis, so closely associated with Warner Brothers Studios, made her first big splash at RKO Radio Pictures in a 1934 Pandro S. Berman production called “Of Human Bondage.” ¬†Under the capable direction of John Cromwell, Davis enthralls and invigorates … Continue reading

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