Merle Oberon stars in The Broken Melody (1934)

Favorite of the Month Merle Oberon stars alongside John Garrick and Margot Grahame in the exciting and dramatic film The Broken Melody.

Review of Merle Oberon in “These Three” (1936)

These Three is a 1936 film directed by William Wyler with a screenplay by Lillian Hellman which is based on her 1934 play later remade in 1961, titled The Children's Hour. 

Merle Oberon & Franchot Tone in Dark Waters (1944)

The film Dark Waters is a mystery drama starring Favorite of the Month Merle Oberon alongside Franchot Tone. Directed by Andre DeToth.

Treasure of Sierra Madre is the next Fathom Event

IN THEATERS JAN 14, JAN 16 TCM Big Screen Classics Presents: The Treasure of the Sierra Madre A Special 70th …

Merle Oberon as Josephine in “Désirée” (1954)

The 1954 historical-biographical film Désirée was directed by Henry Koster and stars Merle Oberon, Jean Simmons, Marlon Brando and Michael Rennie.

Merle Oberon stars in The Lion Has Wings (1939)

Favorite of the Month Merle Oberon stars in The Lion Has Wings a part fiction, part documentary propaganda war film about the outbreak of World War Two. Also starring Ralph Richardson.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Handsome Classic Star Ray Milland

Happy Birthday to Ray Milland. He was born Reginald Alfred John Truscott-Jones on January 3, 1907 in Cymla, above the town of Neath in Wales.

Laugh in the New Year with Classic Comedians

What a way to end 2017 than with some laughs. Below are some videos from classic comedians from mostly the silent era. Happy New Year!

Happy New Year 2018 from Classic Movie Favorites

Classic Movie Favorites wishes all the classic movie fans out there a Happy New Year! Let's hope that 2018 is a wonderful and healthy year for all.

Review of The Marx Brothers comedy Duck Soup (1933)

Groucho, Harpo, Chico and Zeppo Marx star in the crazy comedy, the very amusing film Duck Soup (1933). Directed by Leo McCarey.

Review of comedy His Girl Friday (1940)

Cary Grant and Rosalind Russell star in the fast paced and witty screwball comedy, His Girl Friday (1940). Directed by Howard Hawks.

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