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Category: Movie Reviews
Confessions of a Fifteen-Year-Old Film Historian By Locksley Camille Hooker The Marx Brothers Hello people! I’m back again. First of all I want to thank you all for your considerate prayers and understanding. Secondly, I would like to note that I am going to continue writing this column. It’s what I want to do; and […]
Confessions of a Fifteen-Year-Old Film Historian By Locksley Camille Hooker (From left to right, Eddie ‘Rochester’ Anderson, Dennis Day, Phil Harris, Mary Livingston, Jack Benny, Don Wilson, and Mel Blanc) Welcome to the second installment of my column! Today I am happy to introduce one of my all-time favorite radio performers and comedians: Jack Benny. […]
Friends, Homeschoolers, and Teenagers; My name is Locksley Hooker, and I am exceedingly, excessively and extremely excited to be presenting the first of a monthly series in which I introduce a new classic film/comedian/show or something along those lines for a new generation (AKA, you guys). The time period I would like to deal with […]