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Audrey Hepburn Studied The Blind
The process Audrey Hepburn worked through in order to play Suzy, a blind woman in "Wait Until Dark."
Anne-Margret and The King
When Ann-Margret and Elvis Presley starred in "Viva Las Vegas" together, the film sparked a relationship that would last for fourteen years.
Ann Blyth on Joan Crawford
Ann Blyth's experience on working with Joan Crawford in "Mildred Pierce" (1945)
And The Oscar Goes To Harold Russell
Harold Russell never acted a day in his life. But he won two Oscars for the same role.
An Appreciation for Jerry Goldsmith
An appreciative article for the work of Academy Award-winning film composer Jerry Goldsmith.
An Analysis of Kitty Foyle
An analysis of the Ginger Rogers' film "Kitty Foyle (1940).
It took three films to make him a screen legend. But James Deanīs credits extend to Broadway, television and even a Cocoa Cola commercial.
Alice In Wonderland
Did you know there was an adaptation of "Alice In Wonderland" which starred Gary Cooper, Cary Grant and W.C. Fields amongst the cast?
Actress Hedy Lamarr An Inventor?
Not only was she a beautiful actress, Hedy Lamarr was also the inventor of "frequency hopping."
A Tribute to Robert Osborne
A short bio and tribute to Turner Classic Movies' host Robert Osborne
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