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The Dark Corner‘s Depth of Frame

The Dark Corner is a gritty and unforgiving noir, directed by Henry Hathaway, and starring Mark Stevens, Lucille Ball and Clifton Webb. Wonderful acting all around, and I loved the living-breathing feeling of New York City that pulsates through the … Continue reading

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Lucille Ball, “The Dark Corner”, 1946 Because she’s so great. Because I love this movie. Because I can’t wait for baseball season.

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The Ball of Lucy, by Alexandra Billings

I remember the first time I saw Stage Door. At the time (back in college), I was obsessed with both Katharine Hepburn and Ginger Rogers. But from the first moment the actress playing “Judith” came onscreen, I remember vividly thinking, … Continue reading

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A fan writes a letter …

to Lucille Ball. Go read it.

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