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Tami Goveia May 25
What coming out of quarantine could look like if I try really, really hard ~Photographer Robert Coburn for Gilda (1946) 📸🎬
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So Scarlett May 23
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John Contratti May 24
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ƈǟʀօʟʏռռ #IWelcomeAllCousins🏳️‍🌈🧬😷 May 24
Replying to @Arts_Channel
"Follow the Fleet" with Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers.
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Sarah Foord May 18
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Cassandra May 24
Help pick this week’s bio- ⁣ Clara Bow vs Richard Barthelmess.⁣ Poll in stories.⁣ .⁣ .⁣
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Lord Balderdash May 20
Maybe it's time to update the film noir genre with the times we're living in! THIS MASK FOR HIRE...
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So Scarlett May 20
Leslie Howard had wanted Vivien Leigh to be in Hamlet with him, but at the time she was tied to Korda's studio.
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So Scarlett May 21
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KTE May 18
I saw this at 5 yrs old. In theaters. And not knowing the rest of the movies I immediately fell in love with Anakin Skywalker and decided I must become a Jedi and marry him. 😅 21 years.
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Tales of Terror 12h
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Mayo Methot May 21
Throwback Thursday - News on the 'Battling Bogarts,' 76 years ago in 1944. For more, visit with the only biography on this controversial wife of star Humphrey Bogart.
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So Scarlett May 25
Alec Guinness knew Vivien Leigh when she was young, and he recognised that she possessed a remarkable, otherworldly beauty.
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AnnHaze May 22
Dreaming of this outdoor cinema set up 🥰 just need some ☀
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NH STUDIOZ May 19
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Tales of Terror 7h
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Parlay 8 May 20
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Rose CG May 22
Looking forward to Saturday night. I'll check my popcorn. Popcorn is a must for Friday night at the movies with Svengoolie!👏👏👏👏👏
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Gerard Hellendoorn May 19
Papillon with Steve McQueen always nice to watch
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Pop-Culture Fanatics May 19
Alice in Wonderland during the 1930’s was literal nightmare fuel and we love it!
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