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The Films of Jacques Cousteau
The documentaries of legendary Renaissance man Jacques Cousteau.
Hollywood Stories Review
A review of "Hollywood Stories" by Stephen Schochet.
From Child Star To Movie Star
Actress Natalie Wood is an unspoken figure when it comes to an actress sustaining a career from child star to movie star.
The Hollywood Creation of Betty Boop
What do you get with Clara Bow, Helen Kane and Mae West? Betty Boop of course!
The Influence of The Searchers
Over time the classic western "The Searchers" (1956) has influenced filmmakers, musicians and revamped an entire genre of film.
A Tribute to Lena Horne
A tribute article to the late great Lena Horne.
Actress Hedy Lamarr An Inventor?
Not only was she a beautiful actress, Hedy Lamarr was also the inventor of "frequency hopping."
The Novelists Go To Hollywood!
Legendary novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald tortured himself with trying to perfect the elusive medium known as screenwriting with little reward. And other novelists found similar disappoint and success in Hollywood as well.
In Defense of High Anxiety
With being one of Mel Brooks' most criticized film, we write to defend the underrated "High Anxiety" (1977).
Bonnie and Clyde Review
A review of Arthur Penn's "Bonnie and Clyde" (1967).
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