30 Days of Film in June-Links, Rankings & States

30 Days of Film in June-Links, Rankings & Stats

June
Week 1, Week 2, Week 3, Week 4

June is over. This was the most 3 star month of the entire year. 3 stars is where I start when I do a review. That’s optimism that it will be good. May had the best overall rating, in part to all the Hitchcock I watched. April was the lowest, but I at least felt fascinated with some of the bad films I watched. June was… June was fine and it made it pretty rough. Waiting for things to pop and only a few things jump four stars or higher. I think part of it is the lack of planning. January had me watching several AFI films and classic films, films starring classic actors and actresses. February was romance films and black films. March was noir and crime. April was mostly 80s horror. Then there was May, even though it was mixed I had that string of Alfred Hitchcock films plus several other classics. June was, well, June was very random.

I made the decision to switch things around because of June. I moved my Scifi/Fantasy month up to July. Filled with several movies I want to revisit as well as several scifi classics and cult classics. August has over a week of anime flicks plus some old comedies, a few horror films I’ve been meaning to return to and more. Then in September I am returning to noir, crime and thrillers. Then of course October. I am still hyped going forward.

Top 10 for June
1. Witness for the Prosecution
2. Bride of Frankenstein*
3. Key Largo
4. Roman Holiday
5. Frankenstein*
6. Rocketman
7. Straight-Jacket
8. Angels with Dirty Faces
9. Crazy Rich Asians
10. His Girl Friday

* for rewatch

Worst Film For June

Films Watched
47 Total
42 New
5 Rewatch

Average Star Rating Based On My Letterboxd Ratings: 3.06 out of 5

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By The Numbers
This Is An Incomplete List
All Names Are Actors Unless Otherwise Noted

Eighteen Films: Edith Head (Costume/Wardrobe)

Twelve Films: Alfred Hitchcock (Master of Suspense)

Eleven: Bess Flowers (Queen of Extras), Jean Harlow

Ten Films: Cary Grant, Wally Westmore (Make-Up)

Eight Films: Adrian (Costume/Wardrobe), Jack P. Pierce (Make-Up), Franz Waxman (Composer), Perc Westmore (Make-Up)

Seven Films: Jack Carson, Gino Corrado, Frank McLure, Bert Moorhouse, Harold Rosson (Cinematographer), Max Steiner (Composer), James Stewart, Lyle R. Wheeler (Production Design)

Six Films: Lionell Atwill, Humphrey Bogart, Robert Burks (Cinematography), Eugene Joseff (Costume/Wardrobe), Stephen King (Novelist), Bela Lugosi, Hal Pereira (Production Design), Joseph Walker (Cinematography),

Five Films: Irene (Costume/Wardrobe), Clark Gable, James Cagney (Including Archival Footage), Lon Chaney Jr., Joan Crawford, Jules Furthman (Writer), Charles Lane, Charles Lang (Cinematographer), Ben Nye (Make-Up), Moroni Olsen, Orry-Kelly (Costume/Wardrobe), Garry Owen, George Tomasini (Editor), Geoffrey Unsworth (Cinematography), Billy Wilder (Director/Writer), John Williams (The Actor Not The Composer),

Four Films: Colleen Atwodd (Costume/Wardrobe), Brooks Benedict, Joan Blondell, Eric Blore, Ward Bond, Louis Calhern, Frank Capra (Director), Roger Corman (Director/Actor), Jack Curtis, Robert Emmett O’Connor, Jack Dawn (Make-Up), Pat Flaherty, Henry Fonda, Dwight Frye, Sam Harris, Howard Hawks (Director), Harry Hayden, Ben Hecht (Writer), Katherine Hepburn, Holmes Herbert, Bernard Herrmann (Composer), Edward Everett Horton, Olaf Hytten, Henry Jones, Boris Karloff, George Kennedy, Veronica Lake, Carole Lombard, Alan Ladd, Jean Louis (Costume/Wardrobe), John Lee Mahin (Writer), Michael Mark, Cyril J. Mockride (Composer), Marilyn Monroe, Sol Polito (Cineamtography), George Robinson (Cinematography), Arthur P. Schutz (Editor), John F. Seitz (Editor), Dorothy Spencer (Editor), Larry Steers, Norma Varden, Roy Webb (Composer), Vera West (Costume/Wardrobe), Larry Wheat, Florence Wix,

Three Films: Robert Aldrich (Director), Murray Alper, Edward Arnold, Mary Astor, Stuart Baird (Editor), Bobby Barber, Don Barclay, John Barry (Composer), Gordon Bau (Make-Up), Mario Bava (Director/Writer/Cinematography), Louise Beavers, Ralph Bellamy, Lionel Belmore, William Bendix, Charles Bernstein (Composer), Elmer Bernstein (Composer), Billy Bevan, Al Bridge, Leonard Carey, John Carradine, Walter Catlett, Raymond Chandler (Novelist/Screenwriter), Spencer Charters, Wallis Clark, Mae Clarke, Dora Clement, EE Clive, Chester Clute, David Clyde, Emmett Cogan, Jimmy Conlin, Elisha Cook Jr, Sean Connery, Jack Conway (Director), Maurice Costello, Gary Cooper, Laird Cregar, George Cukor (Director), Henry Daniell, Doris Day, Bette Davis, Frank De Vol (Composer), Harry Depp, William Demarest, Marlene Dietrich, Ruth Donnelly, Leif Erickson, Edith Evanson, Antonio Fargas, Frank Ferguson, Ian Fleming (Novelist), Mary Gordon, Porter Hall, Therese Harris, Joan Harrison (Writer), Gene Havlick (Editor), John Michael Hayes (Writer), Rita Hayworth, Audrey Hepburn, William Holden, Edmund Holding (Writer and Director), Friedrich Hollaender (Composer), Miriam Hopkins, James Wong Howe (Cinematography), Brandon Hurst, John Huston (Director/Writer), Mary Gordon, Lawrence Grant, Boris Karloff, June Kenney, Ted J. Kent (Editor), Erle C. Kenton (Director), Donald Kerr, Guy Kibbee, Elsa Lanchester, Marc Lawrence, Charles Lederer (Writer), Anita Loos (Writer), Michael Luciano (Editor), George Lynn, Joseph MacDonald (Cinematography), Matty Malneck (Composer), Daniel Mandell (Editor), Strother Martin, Grouco Marx, Rudolph Mate, Joel McCrea, Hattie McDaniel, Edward McWade, Una Merkal, Torben Meyer, Ray Milland, Dick Miller, Grant Mitchell, Alan Mowbray, Barboura Morris, Charles R. Moore, Noel Neil, William Newell, Alfred Newman (Composer), Edgar Norton, Pat O’Brien, Una O’Connor, Frank Orth, Jack Palance, Lee Patrick, Tyrone Power, Gregory Ratoff, John Ratzenberger, John Ridgely, Thelma Ritter, Hugh A. Robertson (Editor), May Robson, Ginger Rogers, Howard Emmett Rogers (Writer), Donald R. Rondell, Sig Ruman, Hans J. Salter (Composer), George Sanders, Erskine Sanford, Russell F. Schoengarth (Editor), Jay Silverheels, Curt Siodmark (Writer), Frank Skinner (Composer), C. Aubrey Smith, Howard St. John, Wyndham Standing, Donald Ogden Stewart (Writer), Herbert Stothart (Composer), Glenn Strange, Julius Tannen, Ted Tetzlaff (Cinematography), Arthur Tovey, Robert Townsend, Burnell Tucker, Ralph Von Seyffertitz, HB Warner, Robert Warwick, Pat West, James Whale (Director), Ian Wolfe, John Wray

Two Films: John Alcott (Cinematography), Fred Aldrich, Stanley Andrews, Ann-Margret, Maurice Argent, Dario Argento (Director/Writer), Arthur A. Arling (Cinematography), Jean Arthur, Fred Astaire, Edith Atwater, Lauren Bacall, Irving Bacon, Diane Baker, Walter Bason, Raymond Bailey, Lucien Ballard (Cinematographer), George Bancroft, Harry Barris, George Barton, David Baxt, Barbara Bel Geddes, Hank Bell, Robert Benchley, William Benedict, Charles Bennett (Writer), Robert Russell Bennet (Composer), Ingrid Bergman, Clem Bevans, Roger Beverly, Ted Billings, Joseph F. Biroc (Cinematography), George Bowler (Editor), Monte Blue, Charles Bracket, Lovyss Bradly, Charles Bradshaw (Composer), Marlon Brando, Helen Broderick, Hilary Brooke, Barbara Brown, Charles D. Brown, Peter Brown, Mae Bruce, Sidney Buchman (Writer), Jan Buckingham, Victor Buono, W.R. Burnett (Writer), Tim Burton (Director/Art Design), Stephen H. Burum (Cinematographer), Frank Cady, Jack Carr, Antony Caruso, Agatha Christie (Novelist/Stage Writer), Claire Carleton, Leo G. Carroll, Frances Carson, Bernie Casey, Nora Cecil, Wheaton Chamers, Ken Christy, Al Clark (Editor), Marlene Clark, Mae Clarke, Ruth Clifford, Colin Clive, James Coburn, Tom Coleman, Joyce Compton, Chester Conklin, Elisha Cook Jr., Maxine Cooper, Melville Cooper, Ellen Corby, Wendell Corey, Jospeh Cotton, Jamie Lee Curtis, Michael Curtiz (Director), Sidney Cutner (Composer), Howard Da Silva, Sonia Darrin, Linda Darnell, Harry Davenport, William B. Davidson, William Davis, Olivia De Havilland, Gustavo De Nardo, Brad Dextor, Dante DiPaolo, Dick Dickinson, Jean Dixon, Richard Donner (Director), Ann Doran, Sarah Douglas, Doris Dowling, Margaret Dumont, Emma Dunn, Clint Eastwood, Arthur Edeson (Cinematography), Fern Emmett, Julius and Philip Epstein (Writer), Rex Evans, Rudi Fehr (Editor), Joe Flood, Marcello Fondato (Writer), Francis Ford, Byron Foulger, Almeda Fowler, Hugh S. Fowler (Editor), Helen Freeman, Edward Gargan, Judy Garland, Steven Geray, John Gieguld, Billy Gilbert, Stuart Gilmore (Editor), Vaughan Glaser, James Gleason, Lisa Golm, Gavin Gordon, Roy Gordon, Walter Gotell, Gloria Grahme, Robert Grieg, Pam Grier, Burnett Guffey (Cinematography), Greta Gynt, Robert Haines, Leigh Harline (Composer), Jonathon Hale, Margaret Hamilton, William Hamilton (Editor), Russell Harlan (Cinematography), Rand Harper, Marilyn Harris, Margaret Hayes, Michael Herz (Director), Sidney Hickox (Cinematography), Brent Hinkley, Monckton Hodge (Writer), Tom Holland (Director/Writer), John Hollis, Tim Holt, Rochelle Hudson, Alan Hume (Cinematography), Howard Jackson (Composer), Allen Jenkins, Elton John (Singer/Actor), Grace Jones, Ray June (Cinematography), Roscoe Karns, Grace Kelly, Margot Kidder, Rudolph G. Kopp (Composer), Norman Krasna (Writer), Alma Kruger, Stanley Kubrick (Director/Writer/Producer), Ken Hughes (Director), Lloyd Kaufman (Director/Writer), Milton Kramer (Cinematography), Martin Landau, Priscilla Lane, Bobby Larson, Chares Laughton (Actor/Director), Viola Lawrence (Editor), Chris Lebenzon, James A. Lebovitz (Cinematographer), Jack Lemmon, John Leopold (Composer), William Leanway (Cinematography), Harry Lewis, Joseph H. Lewis (Director), Desmond Llewellyn, Peter Loore, Ray Lovely (Editor), Edward T. Lowe Jr., Christopher Lee (with Archive footage), Otho Lovering (Editor), Myrna Loy, George Lynn, Ranald MacDougall (Writer), Richard Maibaum (Writer), Tom Mankiewicz (Writer), Jayne Mansfield, Michael Mark, Alphonse Martell, Marx Bros (Chico and Harpo), Hugh Marlow, Owen Marks (Editor), Raymond Massey, John Mathieson (Cinematography), Victor Mature, Edwin Maxwell, Lois Maxwell, Mike Mazurki, Marc McClure, Joel McCrea, Frances McDonald, James Kevin McGuinness (Writer), Edward Meade, Harriet Medin, Russell Metty (Cinematographer), John Milius (Writer), David Miller (Director), Lee Miller, Victor Milner (Cinematography), Howard M. Mitchell, John Mitchum, Juanita Moore, Agnes Moorehead, Frank Moran, Baboura Morris, Patricia Morrow, Charles Napier, Howard Negley, Alfred Newman (Composer), David and Leslie Newman (Writers), Lionel Newman (Composer), Jack Nicholson, Daria Nicolodi, Kim Novak, William H. O’Brien, Martha O’Driscoll, Jack O’Halloran, Ben Oakland (Composer), Frank Otto, Reginald Owen, Franklin Pangborn, Dorothy Parker (Writer), Elizabeth Patterson, Nat Pendleton, Valerie Perrine, Nehemiah Persoff, Dorothy Peterson, Jack P. Pierce (Writer), Ania Pieroni, ranz Planer (Cinematography), Donald Pleasence, Albert Popwell, Victor Potel, Mario Puzzo (Writer), William Powell, Anthony Quayle, Milo Quesdada, Leon Shamroy (Cinematography), Stanley Shapiro (Writer), Claude Rains, Tony Randall, Jean Ransome, Manning Redwood, Christopher Reeve, Frano Ressel, Leoda Richards, Stanley Ridges, Massimo Righi, Beatrice Roberts, Roy Roberts, Heinz Roemheld (Composer), Clayton Rohner, Greg Roland (Cinematography), Harry Rosenthal, Richard Roundtree, Mickey Rourke, Miklos Rozsa (Composer), Wesley Ruggles (Director), Rosalind Russell, Joseph Ruttenberg (Cinematography), Howard St. John, Waldo Salt (Writer), Chris Sarandon, John Saxon, Jeff Sayre, Lalo Schifrin (Composer), Russel F. Schoengarth (Editor), Mario Serendrei (Editor), Blanche Sewell (Editor), Leo Shaken (Composer), Anita Sharp-Bolster, Martin Sheen, Ann Sheridan, Howard Shore (Composer), Tony Sibbald, Russell Simpson, Carl Sklover, Everett Sloane, Dan Snow, Drew Snyder, Vladimir Sokoloff, Dorothy Spencer (Editor), Terrance Stamp, Barbara Stanwyck, Josef Von Sternberg (Director), Paul Stewart, George E. Stone, Ludwig Stössel, Preston Sturges (Director/Writer), george E. Stone, Frank Sullivan (Editor), Donald Sutherland, Seijun Suzuki (Director), Ben Taggert, Isao Tamagawa, Frank Tashlin (Director and Writer), Ada and Arlene Tau, Libby Taylor, Samuel A. Taylor (Writer), Lewis Teague (Director), Ubaldo Terzano (Cinematography), Demitri Tiomkin (Composer), Marisa Tomei, Regis Toomey, John Tourette, Spencer Tracey, William Tracy, Clare Trevor, Joseph A. Valentine, Alida Valli, John Vernon, Martha Vickers, Yvette Vickers, raymond Walburn, Christopher Walken, Walter Walker, Anthony Warde, Damon Waynes, Keenan Ivory Waynes (Actor, Writer, and/or Director), Franz Waxman (Composer), Richard Webb, Ferris Webster (Editor), Orson Welles (Actor, Writer, Director), Mae West (Actor/Writer), Patrick Whyte, Richard Widmark, Henry Wilcoxon, John Williams (Composer), Laureen Willoughby, Robert Winkler, Isabel Withers, Sam Wood (Director), Clifton Young, Mary Young, Susannah York

Previous Months Links, Rankings & Stats
January, February, March, April, May

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