It (1927) was a Silent Films - Comedy Film directed by Josef von Sternberg and Clarence G. Badger and produced by B.P. Schulberg and Clarence G. Badger.
It was inducted into the National Film Registry in 2001.
A five-star review for a book that's earned itBy carole_and_co on Sep 1, 2020 From Carole & Co.
Olympia Kiriakou's book "Becoming Carole Lombard" is the literary equivalent of a Maserati you see passing a luxury import automotive showroom in the heart of Beverly Hills -- you recognize how good it is, but chances are it's likely out of your league.As we've stated before,"Becoming" takes the Lom... Read full article
Just Don’t Do ItBy Barry P. on Aug 23, 2020 From Cinematic Catharsis
It seems as if independent filmmakers/distributors of the 1970s and early ‘80s were obsessed with including “Don’t” in their movie titles. But wait a minute… This wasn’t simply a cheap way of riding the exploitation bandwagon, but a public service to warn us about... Read full article
Play ball! (Or a 2020 approximation of it)By carole_and_co on Jul 23, 2020 From Carole & Co.
Would Carole Lombard -- an avid baseball fan -- be thrilled Opening Day is today, nearly four months behind schedule? Perhaps. But I sense that like me, she'd also say fine, but we have bigger figurative fish to fry. Or something to that effect.Nearly nine months ago, Opening Day 2020 was something ... Read full article
Book Review: Martin Turnbull's "The Heart of the Lion": The Room Where it (Really) HappenedBy FlickChick on Jun 28, 2020 From A Person in the Dark
Hey movie lover - haven't you often heard behind the scenes conversations in your head? You know, the ones between Clark Gable and Carole Lombard? Or Garbo and Gilbert? Or maybe, just maybe, Irving Thalberg and Norma Shearer? Or better yet, all those mop up men at the Harlow home discussing how to ... Read full article
Monsters and Matinees: The ‘It’ Factor of Classic Horror TitlesBy Toni Ruberto on Jun 13, 2020 From Classic Movie Hub Blog
It. Two simple letters that form the most innocuous of words, one that we use hundreds of times a day without thinking. And that?s the point of the word that is defined as ?easily identified.? Not so in the world of classic horror films where ?it? is used as a way to not identity the terror... Read full article
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