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Spy Poster of the Day
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Liner Notes: Todd Stadtman

Everyone loves movie music, don’t they? That fusion of images and sound can create true cinema magic regardless of genre. Maybe you’re old school, and love the swelling, bombastic scores of Max Steiner and Wolfgang Maria Korngold – or perhaps you’re a rocker and have King Creole or The Girl Can’t Help It constantly on […]

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The Man From SMUT

Warning: This post features slightly higher sexual content than usual. If you are easily offended, please skip over this one. What is it about spy stories (and the world of James Bond) that make also make them perfect fodder for erotic lampoons? Is the the character names like Pussy Galore, Lovey Kravzit or Aureole Canasta? […]

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The 39 Steps (1935)

The 39 Steps is obviously one of the classic films of all time, regardless of it being a spy film, and much has been written about it and it’s director Alfred Hitchcock. It is the prototype of all the innocent bystander spy films. Many spy films use the classic wrong place at the wrong time […]

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Saboteur (1942)

Country: United StatesDirector: Alfred Hitchcock Starring: Priscilla Lane, Robert Cummings, Norman Lloyd, Otto Kruger, Alan Baxter, Alma Kruger, Dorothy Peterson, Clem Bevans Saboteur was Alfred Hitchcock’s first all American film, and it’s not too bad at all. It sits very nicely between The 39 Steps and North By Northwest, while not quite reaching the heights […]

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The 39 Steps (1935)

Director: Alfred HitchcockStarring: Robert Donat, Madeleine Carroll, Lucie Mannheim, Godfrey Tearle, Wylie WatsonMusical director: Louis LevyLoosely based on the novel by John Buchan Obviously this is one of the classic films of all time, regardless of it being a spy film, and much has been written about it and it’s director Alfred Hitchcock. And naturally, […]

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