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HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Eleanor Powell

HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Eleanor Powell

Today, November 21,1912, the queen of tap dancing, Eleanor Powell was born. It's so hard for me to believe that she would be 102 years old today.  We want to remember her on her birthday today. Please visit our ELEANOR POWELL SECTION here on [...]

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Julie’s Review of “Wuthering Heights” 1939

Julie’s Review of “Wuthering Heights” 1939

NO SPOILERS HERE! Released in 1939 and produced by Samuel Goldwyn of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Wuthering Heights stars Laurence Olivier as Heathcliff, Merle Oberon as Cathy Earnshaw Linton, and David Niven as Edgar Linton. Wuthering Heights was originally a novel, written by [...]

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Robert Osborne is the face of TCM

Robert Osborne is the face of TCM

Robert Osborne has been the Merlin casting this spell since TCM’s very first broadcast 20 years ago. He is a one-of-a-kind cinematic savant, cramming delectable tidbits into brief intros and outros, dissecting films with guests and conducting intimate interviews with [...]

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Joan Fontaine home up for auction to benefit SPCA

Joan Fontaine home up for auction to benefit SPCA

Actress Joan Fontaine passed away last December and she donated all her possessions to the Monterey Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) which includes her house and its contents, currently up for auction. For the 1940s Hollywood star, [...]

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It Happened One Night Hits Criterion Collection

It Happened One Night Hits Criterion Collection

More than six decades after its original release, "It Happened One Night" still sparkles like a newly minted coin. It's romantic, witty, sophisticated ... and certain key scenes (especially Clark Gable's gangster impression and Claudette Colbert's hitch-hiking lesson) remain laugh-out-loud [...]

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Julie Reviews “Broadway Danny Rose”

Julie Reviews “Broadway Danny Rose”

Although not directly related to Thanksgiving Broadway Danny Rose reaches its conclusion on Thanksgiving and given the way the movie does conclude, I find it rather fitting that it ends on an important holiday season when you want to be [...]

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