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Baby's A Real Joe
Profile of Lauren Bacall and Humphrey Bogart's relationship both on and off screen.
The Candidate - A Review
My review of the "The Candidate" starring Robert Redford.
My Man Godfrey Review
My review on the six-time Academy Award nominated comedy, "My Man Godfrey" (1936).
Bette Davis' Dispute With Warner Bros.
In 1937, Davis took Warner Bros. to court to demand better roles to benefit her career.
Classic Hollywood Remakes Their Own
We ache at the mere mention of a classic film remake. Worse yet, we cringe when it is actually made. The truth is, old Hollywood is guilty of making remakes too.
Classic Film Remembers
Classic Film remembers the legends both in front and behind the screen who took their last curtain call in 2008.
Silent Film Actress Betty Compson
Betty Compson was a leading actress of the silent era. By the 1950s, she retired from Hollywood. Today, she is forgotten until now.
Scrooge -- Facts and Review
"Scrooge" (1970) is a musical retelling of Dickens' classic, "A Christmas Carol." It could be the best adaptation of the tale so far.
Remembering Actor Van Johnson
A tribute to the career for the legendary actor Van Johnson.
From Black and White To Color
TCM creator Ted Turner sparked controversy when he started to colorize previously black-and-white films. Today, colorizing is being taken to a digital age. Is it right or wrong?
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