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Top 1910’s Movies (see all)

  1. The Birth of a Nation (1915)
  2. Broadway Love (1918)
  3. Shoulder Arms (1918)
  4. A Night Out (1915)
  5. The Champion (1915)
  6. A Busy Day (1914)
  7. One A.M. (1916)
  8. Getting Acquainted (1914)
  9. His Musical Career (1914)
  10. Caught in a Cabaret (1914)

Fan Top Animation Movies (see all)

  1. Alice in Wonderland (1951)
  2. Bambi (1942)
  3. Pinocchio (1940)
  4. Cinderella (1950)
  5. Dumbo (1941)
  6. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)
  7. The Jungle Book (1967)
  8. Fantasia (1940)
  9. Sleeping Beauty (1959)
  10. Lady and the Tramp (1955)

Fan Top Bible Movies (see all)

  1. Solomon and Sheba (1959)
  2. Salome (1953)
  3. The Greatest Story Ever Told (1965)
  4. King of Kings (1961)
  5. The Prodigal (1955)
  6. The Robe (1953)
  7. Sodom and Gomorrah (1962)
  8. Barabbas (1961)
  9. The Sign of the Cross (1932)
  10. The King of Kings (1927)

Noir Nook

Five Things I Love About New York Confidential (1955) I can?t recall how or when I first came across New York Confidential (1955), but I clearly remember being sucked into the film from practically the opening scene and counting it among my noir favorites by the last. Directed by Russell Rous......
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Classic Conversations

I am counting the seconds until this Thursday when TCM?s Classic Film Festival begins in Hollywood.??The annual festival is sheer nirvana for classic movie fans. Over the years we’ve gotten to see so many amazing movies and people at the four-day festival. The list of special guests who have r......
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Monsters and Matinees

Sun Block can?t Help The Hideous Sun Demon The Hideous Sun Demon is a fantastic film title. It screams Beware! Danger! Turn back! I?m hideous and I?m a demon! It?s such a robust title, that it deserves an exclamation point in the hallowed tradition of Them! Dinosaurus! Scooby Doo: Where ......
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Silver Screen Standards

Silver Screen Standards: The Ghost Goes West (1935) Supernatural romance and comedy are unique but often overlapping subgenres with some truly outstanding movies among their ranks, from Topper (1937), Blithe Spirit (1945), and The Ghost and Mrs. Muir (1947) to the more recent blockbuster, Ghost (......
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Classic Movie Travels

Classic Movie Travels: Dorothy DeBorba Dorothy DeBorba Dorothy Adelle DeBorba was born on March 28, 1925, in Los Angeles, California, to Raymond and Lillian DeBorba. Her mother had a background as a singer, dancer, and actress, while her father played the drums in Paul Whiteman?s orchestra. Ra......
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Silents are Golden

7 Remarkable Lillian Gish Films You may have heard about the great actress Lillian Gish, whose film career lasted from the early days of film in the 1910s all the way to her final movie appearance in The Whales of August (1987). But if you haven?t seen much of her work, you might be wondering whe......
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Western RoundUp

Final Resting Places: More Western Filmmakers This month we’ll be taking another of our unique tours through Western film history, paying tribute to a variety of actors as we visit their final resting places. We begin with longtime “B” Western star Johnny Mack Brown. I was gl......
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Legend Tribute: Harold Lloyd

Happy Birthday to Classic Movie Legend Harold Lloyd, born April 20th, 1893! Harold Lloyd in?Safety?Last (1923, Fred C. NewMeyer director) You see that still frame above you? The only one that?s there? With Harold Lloyd? Well,? in my opinion, that still frame is the embodiment of the silent era comedy....  Read more...

Mini Tribute Child Actor Rex Downing

Born April 21, 1925 Child Actor Rex Downing! Rex Downing appeared in over 25 films but is probably best known for his roles as the young Heathcliff in Wuthering Heights and the young Juan in Blood and Sand. Rex Downing (above), and Rex Downing (below) as Young Heathcliff with Sarita Wooton as Young...  Read more...

Noir Noir: Oscar Omission Barbara Stanwyck

Noir Noir: Oscar Omission ? Barbara Stanwyck It?s about that time again ? awards season! My favorite time of year. As I write this, I?m in the midst of my annual quest to see as many Oscar-nominated films and peformances as possible. (Luckily, with streaming, I?m now able to see all of the entrie......Read more

Revisiting the shades of fear in ‘The Leopard Man’

We?ve all been there. There’s a noise behind us. A rustling of bushes. Or a movement in a dark street corner. Is someone there? We casually walk a little faster while telling ourselves it?s just our imagination ? or is it? Yes, we?ve all been there (admit it, guys) and that?s wh......Read more

A killer gaze: Richard Burton and his ‘Medusa Touch’

A severely beaten man who has survived a heinous assault is unconscious in a London hospital. His head and face are wrapped in bandages with only his eyes (a key thing) and mouth visible. The heart monitor near his bed is flatlined, but inexplicably there is a small blip of brain activity. He isn......Read more

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Did you know that there is a Disney Original Studio in Anaheim, CA?

This garage was originally owned by Robert Disney (uncle of Roy and Walt Disney). It was used by Wal... ..  read more

National Film Registry

Midnight Cowboy, directed by the legendary John Schlesinger, was released in 1969. In 1994, 25 years later, it was inducted into The National Film Registry. Thank you National Film Registry!
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Grauman's Chinese Theater

Charlton Heston's, Footprints & Handprints were "set in stone" in Grauman's famous forecourt in 1962. So were Sophia Loren, Kirk Douglas...  see more