City Heat is a movie from 80’s about 30’s, two great fur fashion decades that film great together. What about movies from the 70’s about 20’s? The films in questions would be a couple low-budget camp horror films featuring Vincent Price as a guy who really holds a grudge well. Dr. Phibes – The Films… Read More Furs in Film – The Dr. Phibes Films
Another film in the costumed-like-it’s-1939 category, we have 1942’s They All Kissed the Bride, with a 37 year old Joan Crawford. If your mental image of Miss Crawford snaps to the 50’s and beyond, that’s unfortunate, as vintage 30’s and early 40’s Crawford is a truly spectacular beauty. Sadly most b-roll of Crawford always defaults… Read More Furs in Film – They All Kissed The Bride
I’ve covered Night Shift, and Forever Lulu, so, next up in the famous furs of 80’s Hollywood series: City Heat. City Heat – The Film City Heat is part of a long Hollywood tradition of the buddy cop movie, the “half twist” here is one of the cops had retired and is now a private… Read More Furs in Film – City Heat
Quick note to say you can now comment on individual gallery pages and not just posts. Want to agree that the blush fox mega-wrap in the Let’s Do It Again gallery is really great? Well, now you can. There is an update coming soon, too, more 30’s fox… from the 80’s.
Lady Be Good – The Film An Oscar winning film you’ve probably never heard of, mostly because there’s a bunch of Oscars most people don’t consider all that memorable and they’ve been around for along time, thus the winner for Best Original Song in 1942 isn’t really what get’s featured on the usual Oscar B-reel.… Read More Furs in Film – Lady Be Good
Hi there. Good thing I’ve already posted Night Shift, because we have a new heavyweight champion for “great fox screen time”, one that will be hard to beat. Also can be added to that very short list of films where a fur coat is actually integral to the plot. Fortunately this one has a better… Read More Furs in Film – Forever Lulu