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Julie Reviews Bette Davis: World War II work

Julie Reviews Bette Davis: World War II work

Many of Hollywood’s stars participated in contributing to the war effort during World War II. James Stewart for example joined the Army Air Corps. After Clark Gable’s wife Carole Lombard died in a plane crash whilst returning from a War [...]

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TCM Announces New Summer-Long Series Movie Camp

TCM Announces New Summer-Long Series Movie Camp

Turner Classic Movies (TCM) today announced the premiere of TCM Movie Camp, a new summer-long series targeted to young adults and future filmmakers beginning on June 7 at 8 p.m. Hosts William Joyce and Brandon Oldenburg,Oscar®-winning filmmakers and co-founders of [...]

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Shirley Temple collection

Shirley Temple collection

Special exhibition and auction of Shirley Temple Merchandise travels to museums around the US  with an Auction set for July 14, 2015. Also, a number of pieces from the private family archives will be traveling to museums around the United States [...]

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Robin Hood of El Dorado out on DVD Today

Robin Hood of El Dorado out on DVD Today

Robin Hood of El Dorado is out on DVD today at Warner Home Video. Mexican farmer driven to banditry in Gold Rush-era California after encroaching American gold-seekers and desperadoes cause the deaths of his wife and brother. Behind the fanciful title of [...]

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Best Bette Davis Film Quotes

Best Bette Davis Film Quotes

Bette Davis probably has some of the most fabulous lines in film ever recorded and many she said are just plain iconic. As our Favorite of the Month for May 2015, we thought it might be nice to focus on some [...]

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Orson Welles Lost Memoir found

Orson Welles Lost Memoir found

An unfinished memoir by Orson Welles has been discovered by archivists at the University of Michigan more than three decades after the film-maker’s death. The autobiography, titled Confessions of a One-Man Band, explains why Welles – who is famed for his [...]

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Rebel Without a Cause Tribute at American Cinematheque

Rebel Without a Cause Tribute at American Cinematheque

Last night, the American Cinematheque’s Aero Theatre in Santa Monica paid tribute to the two-time Oscar nominee “Rebel Without a Cause,”with a 60th anniversary screening It's not only the film's 60th Anniversary, but it's screenwriter Stewart Stern died of cancer at the [...]

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY LAURENCE OLIVIER

HAPPY BIRTHDAY LAURENCE OLIVIER

Today, Laurence Kerr Olivier  was born May 22, 1907 in Dorking, Surrey, England, UK.  Olivier is probably one of the best actors to grace the screen.  We want to remember THE KING on his birthday today. Please visit our LAURENCE OLIVIER SECTION here on [...]

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