Thursday, July 1, 2021

Movies I Watched in June

This month I finished Taxi. The entire series is on YouTube. Then I watched season 1 of Who’s the Boss? free on IMDb. They only have 2 (out of 8) seasons though and only season 1 is on dvd. They’re supposedly rebooting it so hopefully the rest of the series will appear on tv or some streaming service. 

I watched my second non-Daniel Craig Bond movie. I watched From Russia with Love within the last couple of years but wasn't much on it. This month I watched Dr. No. I really liked the first part. The end turned into a sci-fi type movie that was definitely dated. 

Films with an * are rewatches.

  1. Sworn Enemy (1936) - Robert Young & Florence Rice, Lewis Stone
  2. *They Met in Bombay (1941) - Clark Gable & Rosalind Russell
  3. The Saint in Palm Springs (1941) - George Sanders & Wendy Barrie
  4. The Falcon Strikes Back (1943) - Tom Conway & Jane Randolph, Harriet Nelson
  5. Her Kind of Man (1946) - Zachary Scott, Janis Paige, Dane Clark, George Tobias, Faye Emerson 
  6. Let’s Make It Legal (1951) - Claudette Colbert, Robert Wagner 
  7. Stage Struck (1958) - Henry Fonda, Herbert Marshall, Christopher Plummer
  8. Imitation General (1958) - Glenn Ford, Red Buttons, Dean Jones
  9. Darby’s Rangers (1958) - James Garner, Jack Warden, Peter Brown
  10. Paris Blues (1961) - Paul Newman & Joanne Woodward, Sidney Poitier & Diahann Carroll, Louis Armstrong 
  11. Dr. No (1962) - Sean Connery, Ursula Andress
  12. *The Longest Day (1962) - John Wayne, Robert Ryan, etc.
  13. Battle of the Bulge (1965) - Robert Ryan, Henry Fonda, Dana Andrews
  14. *The Great Race (1965) - Jack Lemmon, Tony Curtis, Natalie Wood, Peter Falk, Keenan Wynn
  15. The Torn Curtain (1966) - Paul Newman & Julie Andrews 
  16. Persuasion (1995) - Amanda Root & Ciaran Hinds
  17. *Walk the Line (2005) - Joaquin Phoenix & Reese Witherspoon 
Least Favorite Film: Stage Struck wasn't as good as I had hoped. The girl was overly dramatic in a bad way (it's a remake of Katharine Hepburn's Morning Glory). And the "famous actress" felt like an Anne Baxter knockoff. Let's Make it Legal had a predictable story line bur Robert Wagner was cute ;) No movies made it onto my "never watch again list" though!

Favorite Movie: I really liked Imitation General

Rosalind Russell, They Met in Bombay (1941)


  1. The only one I've seen in it's entirety on this list is "Torn Curtain", which I just thinking about rewatching.

    The channel isn't available everywhere, but Antenna Tv has "Who's the Boss?" as part of their regular schedule. It's interesting to learn that there's going to be a remake. Really hope they don't ruin it. :s

    1. I don’t think we get that channel but I’ll check. It’s supposedly going to have Milano as a single mom living in the original house. Danza is also on board.