Previously on Streamline

Previously on Streamline

Make Movies Short Again

One of the great things about films from Hollywood’s pre-Code era (besides the excessive boozing, blatant depictions of sex and strong, independent women) is the runtime. A vast majority of films made between the early […]

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Hollywood Magic Is Real

In the supernatural comedy I Married a Witch (1942), director René Clair serves up an irresistible potion consisting of revenge, sex, politics and romance. Based on the novel The Passionate Witch by author Thorne Smith, […]

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If Only You Believe in Miracles

The Man Who Could Work Miracles (1936), now streaming on The Criterion Channel of FilmStruck, is a lovely, albeit odd little comedy based on a short story written by H.G. Wells, directed by Lothar Mendes […]

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Beatlemania: A Family Tradition

  My mom’s first experience with The Beatles was like most people of her generation; her first glimpse of the mop-topped foursome was on February 9, 1964, on America’s favorite Sunday night pastime, The Ed […]

DWT: Drinking While Talking

DWT: Drinking While Talking

DWT #12: Movie Music & Absinthe

While we wait for the Biden Presidential Victory to finally be announced, Jill Blake and Wade Sheeler present a diversion to keep your thoughts away from the Trump S#^t-show by offering our picks for great […]

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