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Karloff, Frank Sinatra, and Salvador Dali form jury to decide ugliest comic strip character.

A jury of Frank Sinatra, Boris Karloff, and Salvador Dali is formed to judge the submissions of the best (or worst) rendition of Lena the Hyena, the 500,000 of which even included an entry from Carl Barks. Below, the reasons for choosing the judges and their response to call of duty:Al Capp’s “Li’l Abner”. From the San Francisco Academy of Comic Art Collection, The Ohio State University Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & MuseumAl Capp’s “Li’l Abner”, featuring the winning portrait of Lena the…See More
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Philip C Binstead commented on Dave Miller's group Classic Movie Magazines
"A bit later during the 20's and 30's there were trailers for the Movie Serials of the day these are great fun and I recommend them to anyone who enjoys some great entertainment, many of these trailers have been available on dvd for some…"
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Dave Miller commented on Dave Miller's group Classic Movie Magazines
"The film trailer is 100 years old... Nils Granlund, the advertising manager for the Marcus Loew theater chain, promoted Charlie Chaplin's first film (not first released) "Make a Living" at Loew's Seventh Avenue Theatre in Harlem…"
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"What a stunning picture deedee."
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kareng left a comment for Moira Finnie
"Hello Moira and Welcome!  Feel free to drop by the fun games we have here, like A Game I Play and Connect the Stars!  Always happy to welcome new players, and a fun way to "shoot the breeze" with other members.  Best wishes.…"
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Dave Miller added a discussion to the group Classic Animation

15 Unpublished Photos of Hanna-Barbera Making ‘The Flintstones’

In November 1960, LIFE magazine published an article about the breakout success of Hanna-Barbera’s seminal primetime animated series The Flintstones. The piece featured three photos of the studio, but what they didn’t publish is even more amazing. Photographer Allan Grant took 850 photographs for the magazine assignment, documenting every part of the studio’s operations. Remarkably, all of those photos are now available to…See More
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"Connect the Stars" game

Started by Patti in Other Movie Topics. Last reply by kareng yesterday. 3581 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

A Game I Play

Started by Rosie Sayer in Other Movie Topics. Last reply by Alyssa yesterday. 18898 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

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

Started by Patti in Other Movie Topics. Last reply by Alyssa yesterday. 146 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

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Do you attend concerts?

Started by Ktrek in Social Club. Last reply by Ktrek Jul 7. 4 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

Any classic dramas ever made you cry?

Started by Miss Kubelik in Classic Dramas. Last reply by Kimberly Oegerle Jun 28. 184 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

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

What was the last "classic" movie you watched?

Started by Ktrek in Other Movie Topics. Last reply by Alyssa Jun 22. 302 Replies

I thought I would add a thread to discuss the last "classic"  movie you watched. As opposed to just any movie. I might start a thread for modern films later. I would prefer that you post more than just a title.KevinContinue

Public Screenings of Classic Films

Started by M.T. Fisher in Other Movie Topics. Last reply by M.T. Fisher Jun 7. 48 Replies

Thought we started to start sharing any information on public screenings of classic movies. That way, if there's any screenings in our areas nearby, some of us might be willing to make a drive.Thursday, October 8, the Oklahoma City Museum of Art is…Continue


Started by Catherine in Other Movie Topics. Last reply by Bob Forsyth Mar 18. 78 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

Billy Wilder

Started by Erin in Great Directors. Last reply by Nina McFadden Mar 16. 92 Replies

I realized before I even started this discussion that choosing 3 favorite Billy Wilder films is a near-impossible feat. Make that impossible. But that's what I'm asking you to do.Here are my choices (narrowed down from about 11 of his films that I…Continue


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

This Is My Affair (1937)

Starring - Robert Taylor & Barbara Stanwyck


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Matt's Classic Movies - Meet John Doe (1941)

Posted by Classic Movie Man on July 21, 2014 at 9:00am 0 Comments

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Dream Factory Podcast 71

Posted by Classic Movie Man on July 15, 2014 at 10:21am 0 Comments

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Derek McLellan and Maria Ciaccia discuss comedies concerning the First World War.



Matt's Classic Movies - The Kid (1921)

Posted by Classic Movie Man on July 11, 2014 at 10:15am 0 Comments

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More audio reviews :…



Posted by Cinemaven on July 9, 2014 at 6:42pm 2 Comments

Hi Everyone:

This Saturday night/Sunday morning, July 12th/13th I will be a guest on THE JORDAN RICH SHOW WBZ 1030 AM from about 12:07 am to 3:30 am EST. The topic will have something to do with Music and the Movies.

In addition to Mr. Rich and myself, the other guests will include a wonderful pianist, Jeffrey Moore and classic film book author John DiLeo. Mr. DiLeo has written some wonderful books about classic movies, including a quiz book SO YOU THOUGHT YOU KNEW…





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