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The Oscars: A Time to Talk

  The Oscars: A Time to Talk ….. Finally it’s here! February always seems to be us movies lovers’ favorite time of year. And why? Well, it’s simple:  The Oscars. Yes, it’s the time of year when Hollywood votes on … Continue reading

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“Stella: Mother of Modern Acting” — Enter-to-Win (Facebook Giveaway, week of May 18)

I am very happy to say that CMH will be giving away another copy of  Stella! Mother Of Modern Acting, by Sheana Ochoa, courtesy of Applause Books. This time via a random drawing!   All you have to do to enter is … Continue reading

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Classic Movie Legend Tribute: Fred Zinnemann

Happy Birthday to Classic Movie Legend, Fred Zinnemann, born April 29th, 1907! In his heyday, Fred Zinneman was as revered a name as his peers Hitchcock, Capra, and Wyler. Now enter 2013, where the other three are icons of the film … Continue reading

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Classic Movie Motorcycles: The Wild One (Guest Post)

Classic Movie Motorcycle Series: Marlon Brando, The Wild One Marlon Brando looks good on a motorcycle, really good.  But beyond Brando’s iconic bad-boy biker look and the exhilarating sounds of the roaring throttles, what’s appealing to me most about The Wild One … Continue reading

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You Can Say That Again! Classic Movie Quotes: July 4th

In Celebration of America’s Birthday today, July 4, 2012, I am sharing some of my favorite Classic Movie quotes about America and Americans!   Here goes… ….. You see, boys forget what their country means by just reading The Land … Continue reading

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Hollywood’s Greatest: Then and Now – Elaine Stritch Part 2

Known more for her work on the stage than on the big screen, Elaine Stritch was born February 2, 1925 to Mildred and George Stritch in Detroit, Michigan. Born into a wealthy family, Stritch had the opportunity to pursue her … Continue reading

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Classic Movie Countdown: Best Picture # 2 — On the Waterfront (1954)

2. On the Waterfront (1954) Other Nominated Films: The Canine Mutiny, The Country Girl, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Three Coins in the Fountain This isn’t the first Elia Kazan film to make an appearance on this list: Gentleman’s Agreement won Best … Continue reading

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