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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. The Professor (1919)
  5. The Cure (1917)
  6. A Jitney Elopement (1915)
  7. The Face on the Bar Room Floor (1914)
  8. Wild and Woolly (1917)
  9. The Vagabond (1916)
  10. A Busy Day (1914)

Fan Top Short Films (see all)

  1. Big Business (1929)
  2. Another Fine Mess (1930)
  3. The Music Box (1932)
  4. Mickey's Mellerdrammer (1933)
  5. The Tortoise and the Hare (1935)
  6. The Skeleton Dance (1929)
  7. Helpmates (1932)
  8. Brave Little Tailor (1938)
  9. The Firefly (1937)
  10. Towed in a Hole (1932)

Fan Top Mother/Son Movies (see all)

  1. Psycho (1960)
  2. Dumbo (1941)
  3. White Heat (1949)
  4. The Manchurian Candidate (1962)
  5. East of Eden (1955)
  6. All That Heaven Allows (1955)
  7. The Subject Was Roses (1968)
  8. No Way to Treat a Lady (1968)
  9. To Each His Own (1946)
  10. Madame X (1966)

Western Roundup

The Lone Hand at McCrea Ranch A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to attend a wonderful event at McCrea Ranch. The ranch, located in Thousand Oaks, California, was the longtime home of Joel McCrea and his wife Frances Dee; I previously wrote about it and shared photos here in?2019?and again?......
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Silents are Golden

Silents are Golden: Silent Superstars: John Bunny and Flora Finch As a followup of sorts to my Vitagraph Studios piece, here?s a look at two of the company?s most popular stars, now considered icons of early 1910s screen comedy! Still from A Cure for Pokeritis (1912). It can be tempting to ......
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Noir Nook

Noir Nook: Must-See Marie We need to talk about Marie Windsor. She was gorgeous. Talented. Adept at playing dames from the deadly side of the tracks, but able to hold her own in comedy as well. And she once held the title of Miss D. & R.G. Railroad. But for my money, Windsor is most......
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Silver Screen Standards

Silver Screen Standards: Dick Powell in Murder, My Sweet (1944) The picture opens with a blinded Marlowe (Dick Powell) being questioned by the police about his involvement in a tangled web of crimes. Humphrey Bogart might be the most iconic version of Raymond Chandler?s hard-boiled detective, ......
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Silver Screen Standards

Silver Screen Standards: Dick Powell in Murder, My Sweet (1944) Humphrey Bogart might be the most iconic version of Raymond Chandler?s hard-boiled detective, Philip Marlowe, but Dick Powell gives a surprisingly perfect take on the character in the 1944 noir classic, Murder, My Sweet, adapted from......
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Classic Movie Travels

Classic Movie Travels: Colleen Moore Colleen Moore Kathleen Morrison, later known as Colleen Moore, was born in Port Huron, Michigan, to Charles and Agnes Kelly Morrison on August 19, 1899. Moore?s family moved frequently, residing in cities like Hillsdale, Michigan; Atlanta, Georgia; Warren, ......
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Monsters and Matinees

Cowboys and horses and Texas. That?s been a winning hand for moviegoers and the film industry since 1910 when the state?s first film studio was opened in San Antonio by Gaston M?li?s, brother of visionary filmmaker Georges M?li?s. For more than a century since then, the state?s photogenic and ......
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Legend Tribute: Greer Garson

Happy Birthday to Classic Movie Legend, Greer Garson, Born on September 29, 1904! Nominated for seven Academy Awards and winner of one, Greer Garson was an immensely popular Hollywood star in the late thirties to late forties. However – although one of my favorite classic movie Stars – Greer...  Read more...

Mini Tribute Arnold Stang

Born September 28, 1918 Character Actor Arnold Stang With thick black glasses and inimitable squawky voice, Arnold Stang‘s career spans radio, Broadway, television and film. His film and TV appearances include My Sister Eileen (uncredited debut role),?The Man with the Golden Arm (Sinatra’s...  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

Western Round Up: “B” Movie Sampler – Vol.2

Western Round Up: “B” Movie Sampler – Vol.2 Last summer I shared a series of short reviews of ?B? Westerns I watched while traveling. I went on another road trip earlier this month and again watched several short Westerns in the evenings, thanks to my portable DVD player......Read more

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Did you know that there is a Maltese Falcon House in San Francisco, CA?

Dashiell Hammett, author of The Maltese Falcon, lived at 891 Post Street (supposedly Apt #401) -- wh... ..  read more

National Film Registry

Bambi, starring the legendary Hardie Albright, was released in 1942. In 2011, 69 years later, it was inducted into The National Film Registry. Thank you National Film Registry!
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Grauman's Chinese Theater

George Jessel's, Footprints & Handprints were "set in stone" in Grauman's famous forecourt in 1949. So were Richard Widmark, Jeanne Crain, Jean Hersholt, Anne Baxter...  see more