Cinema and media studies graduate student, former journalist. Obsessed with Classical Hollywood, old time radio, classic television, Jimmy Stewart, Ray Milland and Dick Powell. In my spare time: trumpet player, racehorse paparazzi, Bix Beiderbecke worshiper and sports fanatic.


DISCLAIMER: All photos and video, unless specifically noted, are not my own. No infringement is intended and media are not being used for commercial purposes. If you claim to be the copyright holder or this is a personal image and you wish it removed, please contact me.

© Lindsay’s Movie Musings 2010-2016

10 Responses to About

  1. Nicholas Dry says:

    Hey, I run my own website, http://www.mrmoviefiend.wordpress.com and I was wondering if you would be interested in reviewing for us! Contact me at mrmoviefiend@gmail.com

  2. wilde.dash says:

    Great focus, I always love seeing blogs that really have a specialty niche! Oh, and I definitely clicked on your site via the LAMB because of your header photo (absolutely adore that film). Wise choice…

  3. Nick Powell says:


    Nick from http://www.cinekatz.com 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 gmail.com

  4. scopophilia says:

    This is a nice looking sight. Good selections of images and well-written, informative articles.I think I read somewhere that you are only 21, is that correct? Good to know that young people of today can still appreciate the classics and they haven’t gone out of style. I really like Cary Grant as well and have reviewed a few of his movies over at my blog.

    • Thanks for stopping by! I’m a little over 21 now, but still in the young category 🙂 The classics will never go out of style, and I feel they’re essential viewing if you’re a movie lover.

  5. bjbradford says:

    Appreciate your site and your info! You may find interesting a post back in October of 2013 on my site filmgeek101.wordpress.com entitled “5 Reasons Why 1946-1960 was The Best Period in Moviemaking History” followed by subsequent blogs listing the 100 best movies of that period. if you get a chance please take a look and tell me what you think. Thanks!

  6. Michele says:

    Came across your site today and really enjoy it. Love James Stewart – he’s such a class act. Keep of the great work!

  7. Sonia says:

    Hi there Lindsey! We would love to collab with you ! We are a movie network in LA! http://www.movieandmusicnetwork.com with a love for classics!


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