Barbara Stanwyck is George Washington, Billy Wilder Defines Film Noir, Fred MacMurray Doesn’t Murder Husbands, and Edward G. Robinson Is NOT a Communist.
Edward G. Robinson Fights for the Lead, Has Trouble with a Machine Gun, Becomes a Superstar Overnight, and Buys a Renoir.
Marilyn Monroe Out-Earns the Boys, George Raft Teaches the Tango, Billy Wilder Goes Crazy, & Tony Curtis Likes Tight Pants. From 1959, it’s Some Like it Hot.
WOW. Scarface (1932) is one of those classic films that leaves you wondering how on earth it was made so long ago! Of course the look of the film is very much of its era, but the story, script, acting, lighting, etc., are truly timeless.