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Lou Lumenick
Film writer, editor, consultant, programmer, mentor and historian.
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Will McKinley 2h
Good explanation of the vital work Martin Scorsese's does to preserve + restore
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Austin Kleon 2h
It's really fun, btw, to get an eBook version of Warhol's diaries and search it.
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Excerpt from Greer Garson's record-length Oscar acceptance speech, which ran as long as 7 minutes.
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Janet Gaynor, introduced by Jerry Lewis, announces the winner 60 years ago
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Aurora 4h
Academy Award Theater special presentation – Once upon a screen…
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Aurora 4h
Ginger Rogers and Joseph Cotten on ACADEMY AWARD THEATER – Once upon a screen…
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TCM Public Relations Feb 23
Grab your fedora & tighten your trench coat is launching every Sunday w/ . Details:
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Anne-Louise Quinton 5h
If Paris is Art Nouveau then New Tork is definitely Art Deco
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MovieArt.com Feb 25
Irene Dunne Pre-code one-sheet. BACHELOR APARTMENT (1931)
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Sandy Kenyon 21h
If you like what I do hen I think you will love my special at 7p
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James Gunn 21h
Folks in online film debates - practical vs CG, film vs digital - often mistake nostalgia for authenticity.
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🥀Bonnie Edinger🥀 Feb 24
INGRID BERGMAN and HUMPHREY BOGART with a parrot on the set of 'Casablanca' 1942
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Lou Lumenick Feb 24
Not many stars have their most unforgettable role near end of their careers. Joe E. Brown made just 2 more movies, both in 1963.
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Designer Orry-Kelly with Marilyn Monroe and Tony Curtis
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Lou Lumenick Feb 24
This was third Raft-O'Brien teaming, after BROADWAY (1942) and A DANGEROUS PROFESSION (1949).
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Alan Hait Feb 15
In RKO pictures the characters always send and receive Radiograms. No cables or telegrams
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Lou Lumenick Feb 24
Curtis Bernhardt's noir HIGH WALL (MGM, 1947) made its NY TV debut 60 years ago tonight on WCBS' "The Late Show,'' from 11:15 pm to 1:10 am.
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Stuart Elliott Feb 24
Activists Prank CPAC Attendees Into Waving Russian Flags At Trump via
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Miriam Bale Feb 24
White people act like Armond's views on Black films are predictable. Instead of acknowledging it's the black films esp liked by white people
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Dave Itzkoff Feb 24
Everyone try to save a little outrage for when La La Land wins best picture
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