Monthly Archives: January 1942
Paramount’s Veronica Lake has her first leading role alongside Joel McCrea in “Sullivan’s Travels,” the new comedy from Preston Sturges.
RKO debuts two new European stars in their war-themed romantic thriller, “Joan of Paris.”
RKO’s two new European stars, Michèle Morgan and Paul Henreid, tell us all about their journey to America and experiences in Hollywood.
The MGM thriller “Nazi Agent” finds Conrad Veidt playing both a loyal American citizen and his Nazi-sympathizing twin brother.
Van Heflin shines in Mervyn LeRoy’s otherwise unremarkable gangster melodrama “Johnny Eager,” starring Robert Taylor and Lana Turner.
In the first podcast of The Old Hollywood Times, we talk with Dr. Emily Carman about Carole Lombard’s career.
Carole Lombard, the star of “My Man Godfrey,” “Twentieth Century,” and “To Be or Not to Be,” died in a plane crash alongside 21 other passengers on the night of Friday, January 16.
Josef von Sternberg brings John Colton’s controversial play “The Shanghai Gesture” to the big screen in the first American production by producer Arnold Pressburger.
Editor-in-Chief Wesley Emblidge picks his five favorite films from the past year of movies.
Bogart is back in the new thriller from Warner Bros., “All Through the Night,” directed by Vincent Sherman.
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