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The Unknown (1927): Silent Cinema Out on The Big Top

4 Star Films Posted by 4 Star Film Fan on Oct 20, 2020

  As someone always trying to steep myself in more and more silent cinema, I still have much to contend with when it comes to the careers of Tod Browning and Lon Chaney. However, from everything I can gather, The Unknown is a wonderful melding of their talents, Browning drawing on his penchant read more

Feminist Political Flicks: Together Again

Cary Grant Won't Eat You Posted by Judy on Oct 20, 2020

Together Again (1944) is one of those curious rom-coms that’s so entertaining it’s hard to understand why it isn’t well known. It pits a wised-up, small-town, widowed mayor (Irene Dunne) against her crafty father-in-law (Charles Coburn). She is devoted to her town and to commemorat read more

Chaplin's "The Great Dictator" at 80: Dreamers and Doers

A Person in the Dark Posted by FlickChick on Oct 19, 2020

This is my entry in the Classic Movie Blog Association's Politics in Film Blogathon. For more examples of how this red hot topic is handled on the silver screen, click here.Spoiler alert: this is going to get political. Typically, I try (sometimes not always successfully) to keep politics read more

Musical Monday: A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court (1949)

Comet Over Hollywood Posted by on Oct 19, 2020

It’s no secret that the Hollywood Comet loves musicals. In 2010, I revealed I had seen 400 movie musicals over the course of eight years. Now that number is over 600. To celebrate and share this musical love, here is my weekly feature about musicals. This week’s musical: A Connecticut Yankee in read more


GlamAmor Posted by on Oct 19, 2020

Thanks to all who came to last night's event Film Noir Style: Before the War 1940-1941! A great time was had by all! It was wonderful to step into my beloved world of film noir and celebrate its influential style. In case you missed the event live, the video is now available on demand on Vimeo. read more

Roald Dahl's The Witches

Classic Film & TV Cafe Posted by Rick29 on Oct 19, 2020

Anjelica Huston as the Grand High Witch."Real witches dress in ordinary clothes, and look very much like ordinary women. They live in ordinary houses, and they work in ordinary jobs," explains Helga to her eight-year-old grandson Luke. "Witches spend their time plotting to kill children, stalking th read more

We'd like to thank the Academy for hiring Jacqueline Stewart

Carole & Co. Posted by carole_and_co on Oct 19, 2020

Turner Classic Movies is an essential channel for this Carole Lombard fan. (The artwork above is from 2010, when Lombard was part of its "Summer Under The Stars.") I'm certain anyone who loves cinematic history is a fan of TCM, which for 26 years has served as television's repertory house, packaging read more

Many Thanks to the Participants of the 120 “Screwball” Years of Jean Arthur Blogathon!

The Wonderful World of Cinema Posted by Virginie Pronovost on Oct 19, 2020

It’s been a pleasure for me to celebrate, in the last few days, the wonderful actress that Jean Arthur was by hosting the 120 “Screwball” Years of Jean Arthur Blogathon! I loved reading all the entries, which showed a great variety in style and gave us many reasons to admire Jean, read more

The Unlikely Pairing of Katharine Hepburn and Bob Hope in ‘The Iron Petticoat’

The Wonderful World of Cinema Posted by Virginie Pronovost on Oct 19, 2020

It’s funny because, these days, I am constantly reminded of my 2018’s trip to England for various reasons. One of them is that I recently re-watched the comedy The Iron Petticoat (Ralph Thomas, 1956), which I had seen for the first time when I was in Liverpool (so yeah, that journey was read more

British Pathe: Model Racing Cars ( 1956 )

Silver Scenes - A Blog for Classic Film Lovers Posted by The Metzinger Sisters on Oct 18, 2020

This 1956 British Pathe newsreel takes us to the workshop of Alban Adams and Christopher Crockett who are building 1/16th scale race cars modeled after authentic Formula 3 automobiles. Adams claimed to have been the inventor of slot cars ( check out this website for more details about that ) an read more

It's playoffs time..

All Good Things Posted by monty on Oct 18, 2020

 The regular season in the 2nd Annual Muscle car tourney has wrapped up and we move on to the first round of playoffs with these six players/cars that made it:67 Chevy Camaro SS 70 Chevy Chevelle 454 L669 Ford Mustang Boss 42970 Plymouth Road Runner69 AMC Javelin77 Pontiac Trans AmMatch 1 read more

Of Lombard and lipstick

Carole & Co. Posted by carole_and_co on Oct 18, 2020

The image above was used by Max Factor to promote its cosmetics products in the 1930s (https://carole-and-co.livejournal.com/657686.html). It brings to mind one of Carole's more celebrated quotes:Where is that engraving from? A semi-vintage lipstick case (by that, made before 2000) that's now on sal read more

What I Learned About Peggy Dow

4 Star Films Posted by 4 Star Film Fan on Oct 17, 2020

Peggy Dow Helmerich hasn’t been a Hollywood starlet for about 70 years. However, she still delights fans years later in her movies including Harvey, starring Jimmy Stewart in one of his incomparable performances. I recently took a look back at some of her other movies that saw her starring al read more

Jean Arthur: Loving Portrait of a Unique Performer

The Wonderful World of Cinema Posted by Virginie Pronovost on Oct 17, 2020

“I guess I became an actress because I didn’t want to be myself.” *** There was in Old Hollywood an actress named Jean Arthur whose chosen star name was a tribute to Joan of Arc and King Arthur, nothing less. She was born Gladys Georgianna Greene in Plattsburg, New York, had Norweg read more


The Hitless Wonder Movie Blog Posted by Dan Day, Jr. on Oct 17, 2020

 WAR BETWEEN THE PLANETS (original Italian title IL PLANETA ERRANTE) is one of four 1965 Italian science-fiction films detailing the adventures of the crew of a space station called Gamma One. All four films were directed by Antonio Margheriti (the American versions of these features use his "A read more

Jackie Cooper’s Halloween Party

Comet Over Hollywood Posted by on Oct 17, 2020

While I am no expert chef, fabulous cook or food blogger, I enjoy finding recipes supposedly connected to classic film stars. I love magazines articles and ads touting Richard Dix’s favorite chili recipe or Cary Grant’s oyster stew. I even collect compilation books or pamphlets featuri read more

Lombard -- beauty by Banton

Carole & Co. Posted by carole_and_co on Oct 17, 2020

Which designer is most associated with Carole Lombard? I believe most movie buffs would reply, "Travis Banton." Nothing against Irene or several others, but Banton earned her trust early on at Paramount -- so much so that when Carole was loaned out to other studios, more often than not Travis would read more


The Best Picture Project Posted by Alyson on Oct 16, 2020

In Oculus two siblings try to defeat the supernatural entity within a mirror that hung in their childhood home. Kaylie (Karen Gillan) the older sister has done extensive research on the history of the mirror’s past owners. It’s grizzly and full of strange, awful deaths. After her younger brother, read more

You Can’t Take It With You (1938): Quality Capra

4 Star Films Posted by 4 Star Film Fan on Oct 16, 2020

This is my post in The 120 “Screwball” Years of Jean Arthur Blogathon put on by the Wonderful World of Cinema! Mr. Kirby (Edward Arnold), or A.P. as his deferential colleagues call him, is a business magnate with innumerable successful endeavors. He has the full pockets to go along with a career read more

Something for Clark to think about

Carole & Co. Posted by carole_and_co on Oct 16, 2020

"No Man Of Her Own," released at the tail end of 1932, will always be known in Carole Lombard lore as the only film she made with Clark Gable, four years before they became a romantic item. But perhaps Carole subconsciously planted the seeds for passion with what she wore in character as small-town read more