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    Fan Top Fantasy Movies (see all)

    1. The Bishop's Wife (1947)
    2. It's a Wonderful Life (1946)
    3. The Wizard of Oz (1939)
    4. Miracle on 34th Street (1947)
    5. Bell, Book and Candle (1958)
    6. Mary Poppins (1964)
    7. Around the World in Eighty Days (1956)
    8. Harvey (1950)
    9. Dracula (1931)
    10. Here Comes Mr. Jordan (1941)
    11. Topper (1937)
    12. Sherlock Jr. (1924)
    13. King Kong (1933)
    14. Blithe Spirit (1945)
    15. Cat People (1942)
    16. Nosferatu (1922)
    17. Help! (1965)
    18. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (1968)
    19. Brigadoon (1954)
    20. Alice in Wonderland (1933)

    Fan Top Zombies Movies (see all)

    1. I Walked with a Zombie (1943)
    2. Night of the Living Dead (1968)
    3. Tales of Terror (1962)
    4. Plan 9 from Outer Space (1959)
    5. White Zombie (1932)
    6. House of the Damned (1963)
    7. Scared Stiff (1953)
    8. Zombies on Broadway (1945)
    9. Revenge of the Zombies (1943)
    10. Spooks Run Wild (1941)





    Monthy Column: Silents are Golden

    Silents are Golden: Just What the Heck Was German Expressionism? Many of you have likely seen The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, or at least have seen a few famous stills. The dramatic sets, the stylized costumes, the deliberately artificial look…it’s clearly the quintessential example of the famed ......
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    Monthy Column: Vitaphone View

    Vitaphone View: Early Talkies in Widescreen? Yup! In previous blogs, I’ve discussed just how massive and fast the transition to sound films was. It was also very expensive. Consider for example the cost of wiring over 12,000 theatres for sound. While some opted to go the disk-only route using cheap ......
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    Monthy Column: Noir Nook

    Noir Nook: Uncommon Ladies of Noir – Loretta Young Some film fans remember Loretta Young from her popular television show, where she’d sweep into the frame each week with an elegant flourish of her floor-length gown. Others think of her in her Oscar-winning title role of The Farmer’s Daughter (1947)......
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    Monthy Column: Pre-Code Corner

    Pre-Code Corner: Man Wanted – Experience Necessary “Can’t you get it through your fat head that today there’s just as many serious-minded women in business as men. When you meet them you don’t have to treat them as if you were out on a party.” That’s right, Tom (David Manners). But......
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    Monthy Column: Classic Movie Travels

    Classic Movie Travels: Ray Bolger Actor, vaudevillian, TV presenter, singer, and dancer, Ray Bolger. For nearly a century, audiences all over the world have fallen in love with Ray Bolger’s portrayal of the Scarecrow in The Wizard of Oz (1939). Beyond this iconic role, Bolger had a strong career in ......
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    Monthy Column: Film Noir Review

    “Out of every seven guys who go to the chair, six go yelling, “I’m innocent!’” Desperate (1947) is a prime example of what I’d like to call the “partial noir.” These are films that, despite their accomplished casts and moody visuals, feel the need to soften up during t......
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    Monthy Column: Musical Interlude

     “I hate musicals.” We’ve all met someone who tries to rain on a musical lover’s parade with this phrase. Maybe they once watched The Sound of Music (1965) and thought it was way too long or perhaps had a hard time with gang members pirouetting down New York City streets in West Side Story (1961). T......
    Click here to read Jessica’s article

    Monthy Column: Western RoundUp

    Western RoundUp: Lone Pine Favorites One of the most popular locations in Western movie history is Lone Pine, California. Lone Pine is a small town located along Highway 395, a few hours north of Los Angeles. Early in the 20th century, when silver mining ended further north on the 395 in Bodie, Cali......
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    Monthy Column: Silents are Golden

    Silents are Golden: World War I – The Gamechanger of Film History To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the final year of World War I, I decided to write a piece concentrating on the war’s impact on cinema. I hope you find this area of 20th-century history as fascinating as I do! In the summer of ......
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    Cary Grant discovered happiness later in life after tumultuous childhood, says wife
    (Oct 12, 2018 | Fox News)By Stephanie NolascoCary Grant found fame as one of Hollywood's most sought-after leading men, but behind closed doors, the dashing actor struggl...

    The story of Elizabeth Taylor, part three: After Richard… the men in my life were just there to hold my coat
    (Oct 12, 2018 | SundayPost.com)Written by Craig CampbellElizabeth Taylor, who was lauded for her charity work later on in her life, took on the challenging role of Katherine Mi...

    The story of Elizabeth Taylor, part two: Two divorces, tragedy, huge film hits… and the Richard Burton affair
    (Oct 11, 2018 | SundayPost.com)Written by Craig CampbellGRANTED a divorce from hotel heir Conrad Hilton after only eight months' marriage, Liz Taylor didn't hang about.Liz and ...

    Inside How Cary Grant's Childhood Loss Influenced His Happiness Later In Life (EXCLUSIVE)
    (Oct 10, 2018 | Closer)By Samantha FaragalliTo the public, the late Cary Grant was a handsome and successful actor. But behind closed doors, he struggled with...

    The story of Elizabeth Taylor, part one: Eye-catching outcast who grew up to be movie golden era queen
    (Oct 10, 2018 | SundayPost.com)Written by Craig CampbellAS a child with genetic mutations who terrified grown-ups, some might have believed the film studios when they said Eliz...


    Legend Tribute: Margaret Dumont

    Happy Birthday to Classic Movie Legend, Margaret Dumont, born on October 20, 1882! I must say that Margaret Dumont is one of my favorite Character Actresses of all time! And, although she has appeared in over 55 films, I just can’t help but associate her with the Marx Brothers, so much so, in...  read more...

    Mini Tribute Melville Cooper

    Born October 15, 1896 Character Actor Melville Cooper! Plump-faced, droopy-eyed, Character Actor, Melville Cooper, appeared in over 100 film and TV roles — playing pompous ineffectual types — blunderers, cowards, thieves, disdainful servants, snobs. Most notably, he played the High Sheriff...  read more...


    I Am Max: A Max Linder Docudrama Film

    I Am Max: A Max Linder Docudrama Film Silent film fans all over the world have lauded their favorite on-screen comedians, particularly enjoying the works of legendary comedians such as Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton, and Harold Lloyd. While each of these comedians had a distinct sense of style and i......Read more

    Grace Kelly’s Stepping Stones to Success – Exclusive Guest Post by Author Mary Mallory

    Grace Kelly’s Stepping Stones to Success Exclusive Post by Mary Mallory, Author of Living with Grace Though she only made 11 films, Grace Kelly achieved international icon status as a film star thanks to her gorgeous looks, great fashion sense, work with recognized masters, and for winning the......Read more

    Emmys Greatest Sit-Com Sidekicks: The Legacy of Barney Fife (Exclusive Guest post by Author Daniel de Vise)

    Emmy’s Greatest Sit-Com Sidekicks: The Legacy of Barney Fife In the five years that he portrayed Deputy Barney Fife, Don Knotts set the standard against which all future television sit-com sidekicks would be judged. Knotts won five Emmy awards for his work as Deputy Fife on The Andy Griffith Show. I......Read more

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    Classic Movie Events

    The Killers (1946) / The Kill...
    AFI Silver Theatre and Cultural Center (Silver Spring, MD)
    Oct 19 To Oct 25
    Horror of Dracula
    Portland Art Museum / NW Film Center (Portland, OR)
    Oct 19

    Godzilla
    Amherst Cinema (Amherst, MA)
    Oct 19

    The Most Dangerous Game
    Grand Illusion Cinema (Seattle, WA)
    Oct 19 To Oct 23

    Haxan
    Normal Theater (Normal, IL)
    Oct 19

    Fahrenheit 451
    The Rubin Museum of Art (New York, NY)
    Oct 19

    Nosferatu
    The Michigan Theater (Ann Arbor, MI)
    Oct 19

    CineSpin: The Blood of a Poet
    Pacific Film Archive (BAMPFA) (Berkeley, CA)
    Oct 19

    Rosemary's Baby
    Redford Theater (Detroit , MI)
    Oct 19
    The Lost World
    Indiana University Cinema (Bloomington, IN)
    Oct 19
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    Classic Movie Travel Sites

    Did you know that there is a Rudolph Valentino's Home in Bayside, Queens, NY?

    Patrizia’s Italian Restaurant pays homage to former resident, Rudolph Valentino. It is his only surv... ..  read more

    National Film Registry

    How Green Was My Valley, directed by the legendary John Ford, was released in 1941. In 1990, 49 years later, it was inducted into The National Film Registry. Thank you National Film Registry!
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    Grauman's Chinese Theater

    Ginger Rogers's, Footprints & Handprints were "set in stone" in Grauman's famous forecourt in 1939. So were Judy Garland, Jane Withers...  see more