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“The Set-Up” (1949, Warner Archives Collection) Hoping for a comeback, worn-out fighter Robert Ryan accepts a match against a younger, tougher opponent (pro boxer Hal Fieberling), unaware that his manager (George Tobias) has assured local hood Alan Baxter that Ryan … Continue reading
Oscar-winning Peter Jackson Brings Newly Restored 100-Year-Old WWI Footage to the Screen, In Color and 3D
Warner Bros. and Fathom Events bring Academy Award-winning filmmaker Peter Jackson’s (The Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit) stunning new documentary about World War I, “They Shall Not Grow Old” to movie theaters in and around Southern California, with remaining … Continue reading
“The Devil-Doll” (1936) Falsely convicted for murder and embezzlement by his former partners, Lionel Barrymore escapes prison on Devil’s Island and seizes upon a bizarre plan for revenge: using technology developed by dotty scientist and fellow convict Henry B. Walthal, … Continue reading