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Hollywood needed villains, and luckily, once the Nazis were no more the Commies came along to take their place. This week, we've got a forgotten gem from the Cold War era with Balcony fave Robert Ryan, plus the final episode of The Secret Code!

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The biography of Henry "Oh, THAT guy!" Brandon is cause for celebration, and we take a look at it. Take a break from singin' opera in the streets and read!

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CHARLEY CHASE is back in the Balcony with another must-have set of classic comedies from the early 1930s, including some of his best. Click the cover for our review of Charley Chase at Hal Roach: The Talkies Vol. Two, 1932-33. You'll be glad you did.

BALCONY  REVIEWS OF THE THREE-VOLUME NOIR ARCHIVE SETS 

27 B-movie thrillers from the vaults. Click the images for the reviews!

Harry Langdon is one of the most controversial but also one of the funniest of the silent-era comedians, and his early talkies are newly on display - click the image for our review!

One of the great classic horrors of the early talkie period returns to a glory not seen since its 1933 Pre-code release. It's the stellar return of The MYSTERY of the WAX MUSEUM! and it's a WOW!