A tantalizing mixture of classic Hollywood nostalgia and true crime, True Hollywood Noir: Filmland Mysteries and Murders , featuring 100 rare photographs, is suspenseful, entertaining, and eminently readable. BOOK - TRUE HOLLYWOOD NOIR - Uncover true stories of Hollywood mysteries, scandals & murders in a dozen different chapters featuring William Desmond Taylor, Thomas Ince, Jean Harlow, Thelma Todd, Joan Bennett, Lana Turner, George Reeves, Gig Young, Bob Crane, Natalie Wood, Robert Blake, and Mickey Cohen. Now, there are some movies I just have to see to complete the season and make it really feel like Christmas. Oh I agree with you on SO many of these movies – and now I have a heap to add to my to-watch list! Funny, I would put all of the movies that you don’t like on my like list, except for the Little Drummer Boy.
I agree, A Christmas Story is overplayed, but I only watch it once a year and I adore the simplicity of those times, and I love Ralphie.
Noel ?? It is never played, but my mom has it on tape when she recorded it on TV YEARS ago!
I totally agree with you on the old school christmas movies like Rudolph and The Year Without A Santa Claus!
Love the miracle on 34th Street from 1994 ?? I think it’s so much better than the older one!
Eh, maybe ?? As long as it’s just the music and I don’t have to see it, hahahaha!


While viewers were captivated by the drama playing out on the silver screen, the lives of the stars of these film noir classics were often far more exciting. Included in the cast of characters of the Thomas Ince chapter are William Randolph Hearst, Marion Davies, and Charlie Chaplin. Okay, I can already see myself getting blasted for this one, but I just don’t like it. I really love Love, Actually, The Holiday (although I’ve seen it way too many times), all the Home Alone films, and Frosty. The film plots of these stylish black and white masterpieces pale in comparison to what was going on behind the scenes. I’ve only seen it a few times (it’s really hard to find, let alone catch on TV), but a few times I was lucky and got to see it! I agree that the animation in The Polar Express is off-putting but the soundtrack is SO good!
I’ve never actually seen all of Nightmare Before Christmas either, but to me it seems much more like a Halloween movie than a Christmas movie. My least favorite is Elf only because my brother insists on watching it twice a day for all of December for the last 5 years. Uncover the true stories in a dozen different chapters featuring William Desmond Taylor, Thomas Ince, Jean Harlow, Thelma Todd, Joan Bennett, Lana Turner, George Reeves, Gig Young, Bob Crane, Natalie Wood, Robert Blake, and Mickey Cohen.


I saw it for the first time back in my terrible English class sophomore year of high school right before we left for break.
I find things I missed about it before every time I watch it, but it’s DEFINITELY not a kid-safe movie! The only ones I can get over here in Malaysia are the Lifetime specials, and although I’ve recorded a few just to get in the spirit, they are so terrible! I also really like Christmas in Handcuffs – you would probably also really like 12 Dates of Christmas. I usually don’t watch TV, but this time of year, if there is a television, it better be tuned to a holiday movie!
I just like having them on in the background, emanating their holiday spirit through the TV speakers.
The Hallmark movies are the best…just another reason I can’t wait to get home for break!




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