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Henry Fonda

  • War Movie Mondays Again: The Longest Day

    It’s time for another edition of War Movie Mondays Again where we take a look at a classic (or not-so-classic) war movie you may or may not have seen. This week…

  • Western Wednesdays Again: The Ox-Bow Incident

    Today’s Western Wednesdays Again comes to you courtesy of a name drop by the big man himself, Clint Eastwood.  If Eastwood casually says The Ox-Bow Incident is a really good Western,…

  • War Movie Mondays: ‘Sergeant York’

    This week’s pick is the 1941 Howard Hawks classic Sergeant York which stars Gary Cooper as the back woods Tennessee hero of World War I. The supporting cast include Walter Brennan…

  • War Movie Mondays: ‘Midway’

    This week’s pick is Midway (1976) which depicts the U.S. and Japanese naval battle which turned the tide of the war in the Pacific. Director Jack Smight assembled some of Hollywood’s…

  • War Movie Mondays: ‘The Longest Day’

    In celebration of the Normandy D-Day invasion on June 6, 1944, this week’s review is the 1962 “Grandaddy of all war movies” The Longest Day. Legendary producer Darryl F. Zanuck and directors…

  • War Movie Mondays: ‘Battle of the Bulge’

    Battle of the Bulge (1965) was an Anglo-American production directed by Ken Annakin (The Longest Day).  The film debuted at the Cinerama Dome Theater in Hollywood on December 16, 1965,…

  • Western Wednesdays: ‘My Name is Nobody’

    My Name is Nobody looms large among spaghetti western and Sergio Leone fans — and probably Henry Fonda’s too, since it was the last Western this legendary range rider appeared in.…