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Lou Lumenick
Recovering film critic, finally free to focus on the classics and Hollywood history.
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LibrarianShipwreck 7h
One of these pictures is of a dramatic threat to public school students, the other is of a bear.
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One of my favorite projects, a deep dive into birthday boy Cary Grant's bohemian days in 1920s Greenwich Village
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Amen. First saw this gem in Herman G. Weinberg's film survey class at CCNY, circa 1969.
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philip harris 8h
Touche'! Well played!
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The Lady Eve 8h
Damien Chazelle will guest program TCM tonight!
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Birthday boy Cary Grant takes a whip to Jack LaRue in this jaw-dropping pre-code sequence
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on FB: "Where the road to the White House began.''
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Tyler Coates 12h
Nine movie critics reveal the movies they've reconsidered:
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Andi Thugut 13h
01/18/1946🇺🇸Release of George Sidney's »The Harvey Girls« starring Judy Garland & Angela Lansbury📌
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Lou Lumenick Jan 17
NY TV debut: 8/7/1947, WABD. Station paid $150 for a single showing of a film that premiered at Radio City Music Hall 6 years earlier!
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Terry Towles Canote Jan 17
Laura's Miscellaneous Musings: Tonight's Movie: Cheers for Miss Bishop (1941) - An Olive Films DVD Review
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Discovering NYC Jan 17
An old news depot on the Bowery near Delancey Street, 1861. 250 newspapers and periodicals were then being published in the city
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Don'ts & Be Carefuls Jan 17
Exhibitor ad for Rosalind Russell in HIRED WIFE (1940), featuring Roz kicking Brian Aherne "right up the old box office." cc:
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TVObscurities Jan 17
Early sitcom premiered on this date 68 years ago.
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Lou Lumenick Jan 16
Here's one of my favorite pieces, about the mystery of Carole Lombard's death in a plane crash, 75 years ago today.
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Aurora Jan 16
Birthday remembrance - John Hamilton
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GoldenAgeHollywood Jan 16
75 years ago today Carole Lombard died in a plane crash while returning home from a war bond tour. She was just 33 years old.
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Don'ts & Be Carefuls Jan 16
Heartbreaking tribute to Carole Lombard published days after her plane crashed shortly after takeoff on January 16, 1942.
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Tiffany Vazquez Jan 16
A good way to celebrate MLK Day and 's birthday
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Gary Hershorn Jan 16
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