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I Dood It (1943) starring Red Skelton and Eleanor Powell is a faithful remake of Buster Keaton’s last silent film Spite Marriage (1929). This particular sequence is almost scene for scene as the original. Both newly married husbands confronted with the task of putting their their knocked out wives to bed on their wedding night.

Posted on Monday, October 20th 2014

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Warner Archive Collection continues to thrill fans with Blu-ray presentations of some of the popular recent DC-based animated TV series. Revisit Green Lantern: The Animated Series, Batman: The Brave and the Bold, and Beware the Batman with producers, directors, writers, and voice talent, and discuss WAC’s potential future offerings. WAC podcast hosts D. W. Ferranti and Matthew Patterson lead a panel that features GL:TAS producers Giancarlo Volpe and Jim Krieg, actor Josh Keaton, BTBATB producer James Tucker, and other surprise guests.

If you weren’t able to make it to Wondercon this year here is the Warner Archive panel regarding: Batman: the Brave and the Bold, Green Lantern: The Animated Series, & Beware the Batman.

Posted on Monday, October 13th 2014

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I Love Melvin (1952)

"Debbie Reynolds and Donald O’Connor carried their Singin’ in the Rain [also 1952] ebullience into I Love Melvin, a smaller musical but large in entertainment value, and a tidy profit-maker. Don Weis directed them and Una Merkel, Allyn Joslyn, Noreen Corcoran, Richard Anderson, Jim Backus and Barbara Ruick in the George Wells production. Robert Taylor popped up in a dream sequence when Debbie sang the brilliant ‘A Lady Loves’ number staged, like the others, by Robert Alton. Wells scripted Laslo Vadnay’s story.”

- From The MGM Story by John Douglas Eames.

I suppose you could wait around for a couple of years for this to show up on TCM again, but if you don’t have that kind of patience, a beautifully restored DVD of this colourful, exuberant musical is available from Warner Archive as a burn-on-demand release which also includes the reprise of Debbie Reynolds singing ‘A Lady Loves (to Love)’, cut from the theatrical relelase, as an added bonus.. 

Posted on Monday, October 13th 2014

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