Category Archive: William Gargan

Rain (1932)

Rain, a flop in it’s day,  is a visually beautiful film thanks to camera shots and angles by Oliver T. Marsh. Joan Crawford is at the height of her beauty dressed in tawdry… Continue reading

Four Frightened People (1934)

The main reason I rented Cecil B. DeMille’s Four Frightened People was to get acquainted with Leo Carrillo’s filmography.  It doesn’t appear Latinos are very aware of classic Latino Hollywood history so I’d… Continue reading