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    Fan Top Romance Movies (see all)

    1. Gone with the Wind (1939)
    2. It's a Wonderful Life (1946)
    3. The African Queen (1951)
    4. Ben-Hur (1959)
    5. Casablanca (1942)
    6. The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938)
    7. The Sound of Music (1965)
    8. On the Waterfront (1954)
    9. An Affair to Remember (1957)
    10. Grand Hotel (1932)
    11. The Best Years of Our Lives (1946)
    12. An American in Paris (1951)
    13. Mogambo (1953)
    14. Stella Dallas (1937)
    15. Meet Me in St. Louis (1944)
    16. Captain Blood (1935)
    17. The Bad and the Beautiful (1952)
    18. Yankee Doodle Dandy (1942)
    19. The Petrified Forest (1936)
    20. The Big Country (1958)

    Fan Top Forbidden Hollywood Movies (see all)

    1. Night Nurse (1931)
    2. Baby Face (1933)
    3. Blonde Crazy (1931)
    4. Dance, Fools, Dance (1931)
    5. Design for Living (1933)
    6. Three on a Match (1932)
    7. Female (1933)
    8. The Strange Love of Molly Louvain (1932)
    9. Skyscraper Souls (1932)
    10. Heroes for Sale (1933)
    11. Employees' Entrance (1933)
    12. Illicit (1931)
    13. Red-Headed Woman (1932)
    14. Waterloo Bridge (1931)
    15. Our Modern Maidens (1929)
    16. Scarlet Dawn (1932)
    17. Blessed Event (1932)
    18. Madam Satan (1930)




    Enter to Win Western Classics from Kino Lorber!

    This month we celebrate Classic Westerns with a 10 DVD/Blu-Ray giveaway from Kino Lorber! Each winner will have a choice of five classic titles, including The Good, The Bad and The Ugly, and Elmer Gantry, and The Missouri Breaks!    

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    New Monthly Column: Silents are Golden!

    A Big Welcome to Lea Stans and her new monthly column, Silents are Golden! Of all the eras of cinema, the silent era is perhaps the most stereotyped and the least understood. This month Lea takes a look at four of the most common misconceptions about the Silents in “But They’re So Primitive!”...

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    New Monthly Column: Noir Nook

    In this month's Noir Nook, Karen Burroughs Hannsberry takes a look at those noir quotes that aren’t quite as well known, yet are just as deserving of their moment in the shadows in Noir Talk...

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    New Monthly Column: Pre-Code Corner

    In this month's Pre-Code Corner, Kim Luperi explores The Puzzling Case of Phyllis Barry with some intriguing details and discrepancies about the life and career of the mysterious pre-code actress...    

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    New Monthly Column: Film Noir Review

    “This place is dangerous. The time right deadly. The drinks are on me, my bucko!” This month, Danilo Castro of Film Noir Archive reviews the 1951 noir, His Kind of Woman starring Robert Mitchum, Jane Russell and Vincent Price...

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    New Monthly Column: Vitaphone View

    This month, Ron Hutchinson, Founder of The Vitaphone Project, talks about 'the relativity' of the Early Talkies... how some relatives of these bygone stars lend a hand in the restoration of these historic and rare shorts...

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    New Monthly Column: Classic Movie Travels

    This month Annette Bochenek takes us on a visit to Portland Oregon in search of Jane Powell sites, including two of her homes and grade school...

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    Introducing our New Monthly Column: The Funny Papers

    A Big Welcome Kellee Pratt and her new monthly column, The Funny Papers! This month Kellee kicks off by celebrating comedy bromance 'on the road' with legendary comic duo Bob Hope and Bing Crosby...

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    Debbie Reynolds' family ranch and dance studio to hit the auction block in October
    (Sep 16, 2017 | LA Times)Debbie Reynolds' family ranch and dance studio to hit the auction block in OctoberThe ranch sits on more than 44 acres in Creston, Calif., with a main...

    Harry Dean Stanton, Quintessential American Actor, Dies at 91
    (Sep 15, 2017 | Hollywood Reporter)Harry Dean Stanton, Quintessential American Actor, Dies at 919/15/2017 by Mike Barnes and Duane ByrgeRarely a leading man, the Kentucky nati...

    Scorsese Screens September on TCM: Elia Kazan
    (Sep 6, 2017 | TCM)SEPTEMBER HIGHLIGHTS ON TCMIn partnership with The Film Foundation, Turner Classic Movies is proud to bring you this exclusive monthly column by iconi...

    TCM Tuesdays in September: Jennifer Jones
    (Sep 3, 2017 | TCM)JENNIFER JONES - TUESDAYS IN SEPTEMBERA brunette beauty with apple cheeks and luminous brown eyes, Jennifer Jones was a sensitive actress with a scree...

    TCM Remembers Jerry Lewis
    (Sep 3, 2017 | TCM)TCM REMEMBERS JERRY LEWIS - 9/4Turner Classic Movies pays tribute to Jerry Lewis on Monday, September 4 with the following festival of films. This pro...


    Legend Tribute: Chuck Jones

    Born September 21, 1912 Animator and Director Chuck Jones!  “Animation isn’t the illusion of life; it is life!” -Chuck Jones I cannot really put into words how I feel about Chuck Jones and his artistry…  All I know is that when I saw some of his sketches at the Smithsonian...  read more...

    Mini Tribute Porter Hall

    Born September 19, 1888 Character Actor Porter Hall! Character actor Porter Hall appeared in over 75 film and television episodes over the course of his 20+ year film career, playing his share of villains and pompous men…including the nervous, ill-tempered store psychologist who gave the psych...  read more...


    Silents are Golden: But Theyre So Primitive!– Some Common Misconceptions About Silent Films

    “But They’re So Primitive!” Some Common Misconceptions About Silent Films It’s a conversation that fans of silent film are all very familiar with. You tell someone you love watching silents. They laugh. Then it dawns on them that you aren’t kidding, and they put on a serious expression a......Read more

    Noir Nook: Noir Talk

    Noir Talk One of my favorite aspects about film noir is the words. They’re not just your garden-variety lines; noir serves up the kind of dialogue that makes you laugh out loud in sheer delight and complete appreciation. And sometimes it even makes you think. There are many quotes from noir that are......Read more

    Anne Bancroft’s ‘Noir’ Side: Exclusive Guest Post by Author Douglass K. Daniel

    Anne Bancroft’s ‘Noir Side’ In her twenties actress Anne Bancroft had just what a film noir needed, the kind of smoky beauty a guy would take a bullet for. She turned up in a handful of movies in the 1950s that might qualify as “dark films,” usually nifty little crime pictures made......Read more

    Pre-Code Corner: The Puzzling Case of Phyllis Barry

    The Puzzling Case of Phyllis Barry In March 1933, Film Weekly reported on Samuel Goldwyn‘s newest discovery, Phyllis Barry, the British newcomer who “achieves the next best thing to actual stardom (a leading ladyship to Ronald Colman)” in Cynara (1932). The publication went on to w......Read more

    Saddle Up with Anne Bancroft: Exclusive Guest Post by Author Douglass K. Daniel

    Saddle Up with Anne Bancroft When I think of actress Anne Bancroft, I picture the sexy, seductive Mrs. Robinson of The Graduate (1967) or the determined Annie Sullivan of The Miracle Worker (1962). Or a feisty New Yorker, whether she’s the woman who loves books in 84 Charing Cross Road (1984) or the......Read more

    Film Noir Review: His Kind of Woman (1951)

    “This place is dangerous. The time right deadly. The drinks are on me, my bucko!” There’s an old saying that all films are made at least three times: once, when the screenwriter commits the story to paper; again, when the director captures the story on film; and finally, when the story is constructe......Read more

    Vitaphone View: Early Talkie Restorations and the Theory of Relativity

    Early Talkie Restorations and the Theory of Relativity When The Vitaphone Project began in 1991, its primary goal was to seek out, mainly in private collectors’ hands, long-lost 16-inch soundtrack disks for early talkies. When a match with a surviving mute 35mm film turned up, that meant a restorati......Read more

    Classic Movie Travels: Jane Powell, Portland Oregon

    Classic Movie Travels Hometowns to Hollywood: Jane Powell, Portland Oregon “I didn’t quit movies. They quit me.” – Jane Powell Hollywood has certainly had its fair share of child stars, and Jane Powell is no exception. Thanks to many studio musicals, audiences saw Jane grow up on the screen from a c......Read more

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    Anne Bancroft Book Giveaway!

    CMH is giving away SIX COPIES
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    Did you know that there is an Andy Griffith Boyhood Home in Mount Airy, NC?

    Andy Griffith's Home Place was once Andy's boyhood home, and is now a Bed and Breakfast, right in th... ..  read more

    National Film Registry

    Chinatown, directed by the legendary Roman Polanski, was released in 1974. In 1991, 17 years later, it was inducted into The National Film Registry. Thank you National Film Registry!
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    Grauman's Chinese Theater

    Clark Gable's, Footprints & Handprints were "set in stone" in Grauman's famous forecourt in 1937. So were W.S. Van Dyke, Dick Powell, Joan Blondell, Fredric March...  see more