In the Nick (1960) was a Comedy Film directed by Ken Hughes and produced by Harold Huth.
Silents are Golden: What Were Films Like In The Nickelodeon Era? ? Part 2!By Lea Stans on Mar 18, 2022 From Classic Movie Hub Blog
Silents are Golden: What Were Films Like In The Nickelodeon Era? ? Part 2! Last month, we started exploring the many genres of 1900s nickelodeon films, taking a look at travelogs, military films, the different categories of comic shorts, etc. that were offered in exhibitors? catalogs. For part 2,... Read full article
Silents are Golden: What Were Films Like in The Nickelodeon Era?By Lea Stans on Feb 17, 2022 From Classic Movie Hub Blog
Silents are Golden: What Were Films Like in The Nickelodeon Era? We?re all at least somewhat familiar with nickelodeons, the tiny 1900s-era theaters where patrons paid a nickel each to watch some films. And we all know that these quaint little storefronts evolved into the familiar neighborhood th... Read full article
'Screenland,' June 1933: Star-gazing, just in the nick of timeBy vp19 on Aug 15, 2014 From Carole & Co.
It's the spring of 1933, and around the Hollywood press corps, the word is that Carole Lombard's marriage to William Powell may be on shaky ground. The editors of Screenland magazine, keeping their fingers crossed, go ahead anyway with a profile of the couple. It's an "analysis" by William E. Benton... Read full article
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