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Win Tickets to see “TCM Big Screen Classics: All About Eve” (Giveaway runs February 3-18)

Classic Movie Hub Blog Posted by Annmarie Gatti on Feb 3, 2017

  Win Tickets to see “All About Eve” on the Big Screen! in Select Cinemas Nationwide Sunday, March 5 & Wednesday, March 8! “Fasten your seatbelts, it’s going to be a bumpy night!” CMH is thrilled to announce the 3rd of our 14 movie ticket giveaways this year, courtesy of Fathom Events! read more

Like Liz Lemon’s Sugarbaker Meltdown? See Bette Davis in All about Eve

Cary Grant Won't Eat You Posted by Judy on Mar 20, 2014

I always love a comedic meltdown, and 30 Rock‘s Liz Lemon (Tina Fey) is brilliant at them. In one of my favorite episodes, The C Word (Season 1, Episode 14), Lemon tries to earn a reputation as a nice boss by spoiling her staff. Of course, her subordinates quickly exploit her kindness, resulti read more

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Pretty Clever Films Posted by Brandy Dean on Nov 16, 2013

For Hollywood actresses old age is at best a limbo of obscurity and at worst a slow descent into the hell of being unknown. To wit, just look at two of Hollywood’s most famous portrayals of the aging actress, Gloria Swanson as the waxily preserved Norma Desmond in Billy Wilder’s Sunset read more

All About Eve, Limerick Style

Hollywood Revue Posted by Angela on Nov 27, 2012

Just a quick entry for True Classics’ third anniversary classic film limerick contest. There once was a woman named Eve. Stardom is what she hoped to achieve. She plotted and schemed, Margo sure was steamed. The Siddons Award she would receive. read more

My (Slightly Less Than) Month With Marilyn: All About Eve (1950)

Journeys in Classic Film Posted by Kristen on Nov 11, 2011

My inaugrual post (and in fact the idea that caused me to create this blog) kicks off with My Month with Marilyn in honor of the film My Week With Marilyn.  This won’t be a true month because I didn’t have a full 30 days worth of movies as I’m culling this from a few box sets I own.  The biggest read more

Haiku: All About Eve (1950)

Classic Movies Posted by KC on Sep 19, 2011

Girl in the alley An intentional mishap Girl in the mirror Image Source read more

Fashion in Film: All About Eve

Hollywood Revue Posted by Angela on Sep 9, 2011

All About Eve is a movie that I firmly believe deserves every accolade it’s received over the years.  While there is no shortage of acclaim for its acting, direction, and writing, the costuming by Edith Head and Charles Le Maire absolutely can’t be ignored.  This is a prime example of read more

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The Great Katharine Hepburn Posted by Margaret Perry on Aug 2, 2011

All About Eve Our village movie club got together to view All About Eve and we discussed several elements of the film afterwards, including the Biblical references and feminist/anti-feminist messages in the film. There are several indications in the movie which allude to t read more

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Margaret Perry Posted by MargaretPerry on Aug 2, 2011

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The Best Picture Project Posted by Alyson on Jan 1, 2011

“My name is Addison DeWitt. My native habitat is the theater. In it I toil not, neither do I spin. I am a critic and commentator. I am essential to the theatre.” Mr. DeWitt may be a bit conceded, but with that ego comes the ability to see one’s true motives.  In All About Eve, we first meet our read more

Cinematic Shorts: All About Eve

MacGuffin Movies Posted by RBuccicone on Dec 13, 2010

All About Eve (1950)      Although I immensely enjoyed All About Eve on my first viewing, it was not until the second time around that I really came to feel the utter evilness of the title character, giving me chills and heightening the experience. This picture is definitely a standby that not only read more

Summer Movie Blogathon: All About Eve (1950)

Classic Movies Posted by KC on Aug 17, 2010

   I first became obsessed with classic movies at the age of thirteen, when I saw Dark Victory (1939) on broadcast TV. Bette Davis caught my eye—and that was it, I was hooked. I soon had a nice collection of classic flicks on VHS—all recorded from TV. I must read more

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