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Lou Lumenick
Freelance film writer, editor, consultant, programmer, historian
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Lou Lumenick 6m
60 years ago tonight, ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT (1942) with and William Demarest made its TV debut on WCBS' "The Late Show.''
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Deadline Hollywood 38m
PR Firm 42West Bought By Dolphin Digital For $28 Million
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Replying to @MoviesSilently
Oscar nominated for MISSION TO MOSCOW (1943).
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JUST IMAGINE, THINGS TO COME, FORBIDDEN PLANET.
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9/16/1956. Soon after, Connie left (allegedly to do a Broadway show) and was replaced as host of this Sunday showcase by Basil Rathbone.
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James #Bond_age_ 6h
It appears that Lana Wood is in serious financial trouble. A friend has started a campaign to help.
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Discovering NYC 10h
On March 30th, 1909, the Queensboro Bridge opened to pedestrians and vehicles. Trolleys began running over the span in September
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Replying to @joelrwilliams1
Interviewed Price for THE WHALES OF AUGUST. Great raconteur and a real gentleman. Very witty.
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Don'ts & Be Carefuls 9h
One-page ad for Marian Marsh and Warren William in UNDER EIGHTEEN (1931), now playing on .
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Discovering NYC 11h
A derrick constructing the 9th Avenue el near 93rd Street, 1878. Many of the surrounding lots are still empty
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Jacqueline T. Lynch 12h
Gordon MacRae, Dan Dailey, and Ernest Borgnine in THE BEST THINGS IN LIFE ARE FREE today at Another Old Movie Blog -
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Jessica Pickens (JP) 22h
As you may know, I'm not attending , so I wanted to re-share an old post to say how much I'll miss y'all
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United Palace (UPCA) 20h
We're screening Blade Runner (2007) this Sunday, April 2 at the United Palace on 4140 Broadway! Info:
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Lou Lumenick 22h
60 years ago tonight, another prison film, this one from Fox in 1945 and long unseen, showing all week on WABT's "All Star Movie.''
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What was on TV in NY 75 years ago tonight? Absolutely nothing was listed except for this debuting 1939 Monogram potboiler on WNBT.
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Replying to @alanhait
Interviewed KM once and experienced neither.
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Illeana Douglas 24h
Does it look like Joan is pulling the award away from Ginger? Melvyn Douglas (AKA Grandpa) looks on.
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Scott Lasley Mar 29
Lobby card for "Nora Prentiss" (1947)
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Skip Bolden Mar 29
Kim Novak casting a spell in,"Bell Book and Candle" (1958) directed by Richard Quine
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