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This blog is dedicated to the art of watching movies in the order they were released, starting in the 1940s.

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  1. I told Matt Stout to check out your blog. You’re welcome.

  2. I thought you said this blog was gay, Herb. What are you trying to do to Matt Stout? Are you trying to steer him down crooked paths? Oh, and thank you.

  3. Cool! I have a similar concept, and I’m even at the exact same point in movie history:

  4. What a great blog, Adam! This is such an extraordinary reference. Thank you.

  5. I enjoyed your summary of “Framed.” Can’t wait to see it.

  6. Well, I finally got around to poking my nose in here and am very glad to have done so. Great job Adam, and as a fan of films of this era will make it a point to return.

    Let me add this while I am here…Great job at Noir City Chicago!

  7. Hey!

    Nick from here. Doing some scout work for the LAMB. We’re wanting to make an email newsletter for community features as well as a list we’re making similar to Sight & Sound’s best movies of all time list. Just need an email! Email me at npowe131 at

  8. Building a library of Turner Classic Movies TCM  

  9. Thanks for following The Immortal Jukebox Adam. I hope you have found lots to entertain you and perhaps made some discoveries. If you haven’t visited for some time check it out again! Good luck with your invaluable blog. Regards Thom.

  10. Perhaps you can help me remember the title of a film I saw as a boy in the 1950’s. It was a gangster movie, in color, and all I can recall is the final scene (which has haunted me ever since.) The alpha villain, confined to a wheel chair, goes hurtling down a long flight of exterior stone stairs.

    Not much of a clue, to be sure.

    • That’s probably Richard Widmark in Kiss of Death (1947) tying up Mildred Dunnock to her wheelchair and pushing her down the stairs

      • It’s probably not Kiss of Death, because Paul said it was in color (Kiss of Death is in black & white), and that it is the alpha villain hurtling down a flight of steps in a wheelchair in the final scene. The famous wheelchair scene in Kiss of Death is an innocent person, and it’s not the final scene.

        The only movie I can think of where a villain goes careening to his death in a wheelchair as the final scene is Whiplash, from 1948, although it’s a black & white movie, not a color movie.

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