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Alyssa replied to Ktrek's discussion Yellow Sky (1948) in the group Movie of the Week
"So glad I caught this one, I've heard good things about this western and it didn't disappoint. Great cast and I love the ending at the bank! I agree Widmark is great as always, one of my fav actors."
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The Cabinet Of Dr. Caligari (1920) Full-Film

"I remember seeing this on TCM about a year ago. It had a very interesting twist at the end."
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Philip C Binstead commented on Dave Miller's group Classic Animation
" Happpy Birthday indeed Tweety and Silvester have long been favourites of mine, speaking of which is Silvester the same age, love that moggy! "
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Dave Miller commented on Addicted2DVD's group Classic Horror
"83 years ago today moviegoers lined up to be scared out of their wits for the premiere of "Frankenstein" , November 21st , 1931. "
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Dave Miller commented on John Howard Reid's group Silent Films and Early Talkies
"Renée Claire Angèle Élisabeth Napierkowski, a.k.a. Stacia Napierkowska (1891-1945). The Polish-born actress, pantomime and interpretive dancer lived and performed in Paris, where she danced in cafes and cabarets, and acted in 86…"
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Patti replied to Ktrek's discussion Rain (1932) in the group Movie of the Week
"Brilliantly acted by both Crawford and Huston.  Wow! The remake, Miss Sadie Thompson, with Rita Hayworth and Jose Ferrer, can't hold a candle to this one (in my opinion).  "
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Gary Cooper Performs "Bird Dog" on the Jack Benny Program

Gary Cooper reveals heretofore unknown talent as a singer by performing the Everly Brothers' hit "Bird Dog" with the Sportsmen Quartet on the 9/21/58 Jack Be...
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Rain (1932)

Rain (1932)Starring:Joan Crawford and Walter HustonA true classic folks! If you have never seen this film you owe it to yourself to do so soon.See More
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Ktrek replied to Ktrek's discussion Yellow Sky (1948) in the group Movie of the Week
"Glad to see the Movie's of the Week are getting some action. Widmark is fantastic."
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"Connect the Stars" game

Started by Patti in Other Movie Topics. Last reply by Alyssa on Wednesday. 3712 Replies

Let's connect the stars!  I saw this game on a classic film blog and thought it would be fun to play here.  This is not a closed group...any and all of you are welcome to jump in at any time.  The object is to connect two stars in as few "moves" as…Continue

Here's the Character, Name the Movie (a game)

Started by Patti in Other Movie Topics. Last reply by Alyssa on Wednesday. 201 Replies

Let's see how well we classic film fans know the names of the characters of the films we watch.  It's easy to play.  Someone names a character (well-known or lesser known character, but the lesser knowns will, of course, be more challenging).  The…Continue

Tags: games

What's your movie Christmas list look like?

Started by Ginny in Other Movie Topics. Last reply by kareng on Tuesday. 10 Replies

Each year, my family makes a wishlist on amazon just to make it easier for all of us to shop for each other. I am usually after my family members to keep their lists up-to-date. They don't have that trouble with me. My wish list is full of classic…Continue

Tags: list, dvd, movies, christmas

A Game I Play

Started by Rosie Sayer in Other Movie Topics. Last reply by kareng on Tuesday. 19033 Replies

UPDATE:We've done many categories since this game started. I announce the current category in the game, but if you can't find the announcement, just ask any of the…Continue

Any classic dramas ever made you cry?

Started by Miss Kubelik in Classic Dramas. Last reply by Patti on Tuesday. 186 Replies

I don't cry at movies, as a rule, though I plead guilty to sobbing through the last 10 minutes of The Bridges of Madison County. I'm a hopeless romantic, what can I say?Have any of you ever choked up, even a little bit, at one of your favorite…Continue


Started by Catherine in Other Movie Topics. Last reply by Ginny Nov 13. 80 Replies

OK HERE'S ONE FOR OUR GANG : IF YOU COULD COME BACK AS A STAR FROM THE GOLDEN AGE OF HOLLYWOOD, WHO WOULD IT BE? WHY?My first pick would have to be Marion Davies - even though Hearst kinda suffocated her, she really lived a charmed life at the San…Continue

Holiday Classics showing at the Tampa Theatre

Started by Ginny in Other Movie Topics Nov 3. 0 Replies

The Tampa Theatre has just released its line-up of…Continue

Tags: holiday, christmas, theatre, theater

Who's Your Favorite Count Dracula?

Started by Tim in Classic Horror , Fantasy and Sci-Fi. Last reply by Donald Walker Sep 1. 43 Replies

By which I mean, who's your favorite actor to portray the Count, of course. A possible but not exhaustive list of candidates:Max SchreckBela LugosiCarlos Villarias ('31 Spanish-Language version)The Manniquin in the Coffin in DRACULA'S DAUGHTERLon…Continue

Do you attend concerts?

Started by Ktrek in Social Club. Last reply by kareng Aug 8. 7 Replies

I'm kind of surprised that the "Social Club" area doesn't get used more. I'm a member on several other boards that are subject driven but the social areas are the places where I get to know members more personally.So, I thought I'd open a discussion…Continue

Looking for a Good Cat Name (classic film-related)

Started by Rosie Sayer in Social Club. Last reply by Rosie Sayer Jun 23. 36 Replies

I'm getting a new cat, a Russian Blue. My previous cat, whom I gave to my son, is named Dashiell, sort of after Dashiell Hammett (who wrote The Thin Man and The Maltese Falcon), but also because I just liked the name. "Dash" also makes a good…Continue


********************Movie of the Week*******************

Rain (1932)


Joan Crawford and Walter Huston

A true classic folks! If you have never seen this film you owe it to yourself to do so soon.


Blog Posts

Dream Factory Podcast 82

Posted by Classic Movie Man on November 18, 2014 at 1:00pm 0 Comments

Derek McLellan and film historian Maria Ciaccia discuss classic movies.

Episode 82 

Les Diaboliques (1955)

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Early Christmas for me!

Posted by Ktrek on November 12, 2014 at 1:33am 5 Comments

I know that this really falls more into "Don't Touch That Dial" group but I was excited to get this new limited edition of the Complete 1966 Batman box set. My wife recorded an unboxing video for me and I just wanted to share my excitement with my friends here at GAOH. I apologize in advance for any snafus (like me saying 1970s pop style when I mean 1960s) but that's what happens when you do things on the fly, and unfortunately you only have one go at it. So, here it is....

Matt's Classic Movies - Ruggles of Red Gap (1935)

Posted by Classic Movie Man on November 9, 2014 at 9:00am 0 Comments

Derek McLellan is joined by film historian Matthew Kennedy to discuss some of the greatest movies ever made.
Ruggles of Red Gap (1935)

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Previous audio reviews can be found here :
(Sorry still having issues adding images.)

Dream Factory Podcast 81

Posted by Classic Movie Man on November 7, 2014 at 11:30am 1 Comment

Derek McLellan and film historian Maria Ciaccia discuss classic movies

Episode 81

The life and career of classic movie star William Holden.

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