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  1. Broadway Love (1918)
  2. Shoulder Arms (1918)
  3. His Musical Career (1914)
  4. The Rounders (1914)
  5. The Adventurer (1917)
  6. Sunnyside (1919)
  7. His Trysting Place (1914)
  8. The Floorwalker (1916)
  9. Burlesque on Carmen (1915)
  10. In the Park (1915)
  11. Gentlemen of Nerve (1914)
  12. A Day's Pleasure (1919)
  13. Dough and Dynamite (1914)
  14. A Film Johnnie (1914)
  15. Blind Husbands (1919)
  16. A Woman (1915)
  17. Caught in the Rain (1914)
  18. The Rink (1916)
  19. The Bond (1918)
  20. Work (1915)

Top Sports Movies

  1. Golden Boy (1939)
  2. Woman of the Year (1942)
  3. The Absent-Minded Professor (1961)
  4. Damn Yankees (1958)
  5. Pat and Mike (1952)
  6. A Day at the Races (1937)
  7. Angels in the Outfield (1951)
  8. The Great Race (1965)
  9. National Velvet (1944)
  10. Abbott and Costello Meet the Invisible Man (1951)
  11. The Pride of the Yankees (1942)
  12. The Long Gray Line (1955)
  13. Kid Galahad (1937)
  14. Body and Soul (1947)
  15. Horse Feathers (1932)

Top Home Movies

  1. Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House (1948)
  2. Houseboat (1958)
  3. George Washington Slept Here (1942)
  4. Please Don't Eat the Daisies (1960)

Most talked about Legends

  1. Katharine Hepburn
    106 articles in 22 blogs
  2. Carole Lombard
    96 articles in 18 blogs
  3. Bette Davis
    80 articles in 28 blogs
  4. Barbara Stanwyck
    80 articles in 26 blogs
  5. Cary Grant
    77 articles in 19 blogs
  6. Tyrone Power
    66 articles in 8 blogs
  7. Marilyn Monroe
    58 articles in 17 blogs
  8. Buster Keaton
    58 articles in 18 blogs
  9. Alfred Hitchcock
    57 articles in 21 blogs
  10. Mary Pickford
    49 articles in 12 blogs
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Most talked about Character Actors

  1. Jane Wyman
    14 articles in 4 blogs
  2. Basil Rathbone
    13 articles in 6 blogs
  3. Hattie McDaniel
    12 articles in 9 blogs
  4. Rosalind Russell
    12 articles in 7 blogs
  5. Claude Rains
    11 articles in 9 blogs
  6. Eve Arden
    9 articles in 5 blogs
  7. Thelma Ritter
    7 articles in 7 blogs
  8. Ernest Borgnine
    7 articles in 5 blogs
  9. Louise Beavers
    6 articles in 4 blogs
  10. Marjorie Main
    6 articles in 3 blogs
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In the News

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...

Rhett Butler: Classic Movie Characters with Kickass Confidence

Rhett Butler, ¬†in Gone with the Wind, as portrayed by Clark Gable Hold on to your bonnets, because you may declare a resounding ¬ďfiddle-dee-dee¬Ē to what I¬ím about to say: The first time I saw the movie, Gone with the Wind, I hated it! Yep. I hated it. I hated that everyone dies: Mrs. O¬íHara, Mr. O¬íH......Read more

“What’s Up, Doc? The Animation Art of Chuck Jones” Exhibit at The Museum of the Moving Image

Celebrating the Incredible and Inimitable Genius of Chuck Jones at NYC’s Museum of the Moving Image… “Kill the Wabbit, Kill the Wabbit”… Yes I still have that song in my head! Really! As a matter of fact, I sang the song all weekend long to anyone who would listen as I ......Read more

getTV Rita Hayworth Blogathon: Separate Tables

  getTV Rita Hayworth Blogathon: Separate Tables Without the use of special effects, violence, or even a slick, polished plot, Delbert Mann¬ís Separate Tables remains one of the most riveting films I¬íve ever seen. The 1958 masterpiece weaves together the desperate lives of the lonely, repressed ......Read more

Just for Fun: Lydia the Tattooed Lady (Groucho Marx from At The Circus)

Just for Fun:¬†Oh Lydia, she was the most gloooorious creature under the sun! ¬†Thais, DuBarry, Garbo rolled into one! Just sharing this marvelous clip of Groucho Marx singing “Lydia the Tattooed Lady” — a favorite song of mine ever since I was a kid (thanks to my Dad for introducing......Read more

TCM Star of The Month: Janet Leigh

  Janet Leigh: Not just Psycho¬† Janet Leigh Turner Classic Movie¬ís Star of the Month, Janet Leigh, has a very interesting place in the lexicon of film history. Although she never truly reached the highest echelons of Hollywood stardom, her image is one of the most studied in all of film history......Read more

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Classic Movie Events

The Way of the Strong
Film Forum (New York City, NY)
Oct 20
The Merry Monahans
Spaghetti Warehouse
(Syracuse, NY)

Oct 20

State of the Union
Film Forum
(New York City, NY)

Oct 20

Henry Ford Centennial Library
(Dearborn, MI)

Oct 20

Stella Dallas
Bow Tie Movie Theater
(Greenwich, CT)

Oct 20

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Museum of the Moving Image
(Astoria, NY)

Jul 19 To Jan 19

Gone With the Wind: Reel to R...
Orange County Regional History Center
(Orlando, FL)

Aug 16 To Nov 30

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Ladies of the Jury (1932)
02:30 PM
Pay-Off, The (1930)
03:45 PM
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National Film Registry

In 2000, A Star is Born starring the legendary Judy Garland, was inducted into The National Film Registry, 46 years after its initial release (1954).
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Grauman's Chinese Theater

Red Skelton's, Footprints & Handprints were "set in stone" in Grauman's famous forecourt in 1942. So were Henry Fonda, Charles Boyer, Edward G. Robinson, Charles Laughton...  see more