A Century of Crawford

March 23, 2005

Joan Crawford was a fine cut jewel during her long career in Hollywood. She had many facets to her work and shined on all occasions. Of course there were a couple of minor flaws and [click for more]

2004 National Film Registry Picks

December 28, 2004

The National Film Preservation Board of the Library of Congress announced the next 25 films scheduled to be preserved by the National Film Registry. This group of “culturally, historically or aesthetically” significant titles brings the [click for more]

Review: ALONG CAME POLLY

January 16, 2004

Romantic comedies have become a calculated risk for Hollywood. A good risk is the pleasantly surprising Kate and Leopold (2001) and a bad risk is the disappointingly flat Alex and Emma (2003). Good thing there’s [click for more]

Holloway: A Sterling Career

January 4, 2004

His bushy reddish-blond hair and trademark near-falsetto voice made him a natural for sound pictures and very popular to American audiences. A long career as a beloved character actor led to enjoyable onscreen performances to [click for more]

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