Overt, covert, explicit or implied, lesbian and gay characters have weaved their presence throughout motion picture history in one way or another.
Posted in COMEDY, DRAMA |
Tagged "PRIDE IN CLASSIC FILMS", Bound, Brute Force, Caged, Desert Hearts, Dracula's Daughter, Gay & Lesbian, Gilda, I Can't Think Straight, In A Lonely Place, Ladies They Talk About, Laura, Madchen in Uniform, Murder My Sweet, Night of the Iguana, Personal Best, Quai Des Orfevres, Queen Christina, Rebecca, Red River, Rope, The Big Combo, The Children's Hour, The Incredibly True Adventure of Two Girls In Love, The Maltese Falcon, Walk on the Wild Side, When Night Is Falling, Wings, Young Man with a Horn |
MY FAVORITE FILMS OF 1946
The war is over and things are still a little dark on my list. I’ve seen thirty-five movies this year, and what a wonderful year for movies. I mean how can I go wrong with a list that contains the gorgeousness of Cary Grant, not to mention The Blonde, The Brunette and The Red Head of the 1940’s.
Let the List begin…
Posted in 1946, MY FAVORITE FILMS |
Tagged Best Years of Our Lives, Decoy, Duel in the Sun, Gilda, My Reputation, Notorious, The Killers, The Postman Always Rings Twice, The Strange Love of Martha Ivers, The Stranger |