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Two Orphans, Three Studios, Four Films (Remakes and the Early Days of Film, 3)

  Two Orphans, Three Studios, Four Films: A Brief History of The Two Orphans From the time it was translated into English in 1874, “The Two Orphans” was a successful, well-known play in the United States. The story of orphaned … Continue reading

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Classic Movie Legend Tribute: D.W Griffith

  Happy Birthday Classic Movie Legend, D.W Griffith, born January 22, 1875! No doubt, D.W Griffith is one of the most controversial figures in the world of Classic Hollywood. He has already gone down in film history as one of … Continue reading

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Classic Movie Legend Tribute: Lillian Gish

Happy Birthday to Classic Movie Legend Lillian Gish, born October 14 in 1893! Lillian Gish has a particularly important role, not only is the realm of Classic Hollywood Cinema, but in the world of Hollywood Cinema as a whole. And … Continue reading

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Classic Movie Countdown: Best Picture #’s 42 and 41 — Cimarron (1931) and The Greatest Show on Earth (1952)

42. Cimarron (1931) Other Nominated Films: East Lynne, The Front Page, Skippy, Trader Horn One of the first films to ever win an Oscar, it’s interesting watching it now, to say the least. It’s one of those films that, for the time … Continue reading

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