This is a place to connect with fans of classic movies and the stars that made them.
A companion thread to my "What's the Last DVD You Purchased?" thread. I thought it might be fun to discuss what we all are watching or have recently watched. Below will be my first post in this thread.KevinContinue
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
It seems increasingly difficult nowadays to burn TV content to DVD due to copy protections. I was wondering if anyone is still doing this, and if so, from what channels, and using what sort of technology? I'd like to save to permanent storage some…Continue
Hello, I just want to say to Kevin that I am extremely grateful that the site has now been reprieved for another year, thank you for your efforts. And thank you to all the people that donated; you have all made my life that bit easier by continuing…Continue
I thought it might be fun to see what everyone is purchasing these days. And please do NOT feel like you need to limit your response to just classic films. As a matter of fact my last purchase was not a classic film at all but the latest Stargate…Continue
I was able to go and see the screening of Casablanca last month, To see theses movies as they should be seen in a pleasure we all should be able to enjoy.Continue
I don’t know if this has already been discussed (if so I apologize) but I thought it would be fun to discuss everybody’s favourite hollywood actor from the golden era and why?Mine is Marilyn Monroe though I’m pretty sure the mass majority favors…Continue
I'm reposting this list, not only for St. Patrick's Day (not so far off) but also for St. Andrew's Day in the fall. These are all feel-good movies or clips. Additional suggestions are welcome!IRISH MOVIES FOR ST. PATRICK'S DAYThe Quiet Man Little…Continue
Does anyone have this film, other than the commercial VHS release? I no longer have a VCR, so I haven't been able to watch it in years. I want this on DVD so badly, but it has never been released on DVD.I would appreciate anyone's help. Thanks!Continue
Here is a list of a few movies I am seekingFemale - 1933 George Brent, Ruth ChattertonCrime Without Passion - 1934 Claude RainsCynthia - 1947 - Elizabeth Taylor, Mary AstorShe Had to Say Yes, - 1933 Loretta YoungSmartest Girl in Town, - 1936 - Ann…Continue
Poor Little Rich Girl
The Oscars are now going to add a new category, "Most Popular Picture".
The Oscars are supposed to honor the "Best Picture," not the "Most Popular".
The "Most Popular" Picture is determined by the box-office gross. Why does the Academy have to vote on that?
Did you know that you can customize the look of your own personal page on GAOH? All you need to do is click the link on the left side of your personal page to access the customize area. If you want to create your own head banner the size is 955 X 200. You can change color and backgrounds etc. You might actually find it fun to experiment and if you want a CSS script to add to the "Advanced" section that will remove the website name and hide it so only your banner shows I can provide that to you as well. If you have never looked at my personal page you can get an idea of what you can do:
You can make GAOH great again! Here are some tips on how to do that:
1. Write a blog post - people read these. They may not always reply but they are read.
2. Start a thread in one of the forum areas - Just find the appropriate area in Forums and get a conversation started.
3. Participate in the many specialty sub-groups.
4. Post some photos
5. Post some videos to YouTube and link them here.
6. Make some classic movie friends and post comments on their personal pages. If you like something a member has done encourage them by commenting.
7. Use the Facebook feature where you can crosspost things to your Facebook page
8. Use the chatroom - If you want to have a discussion set up a time for a chat and what the topic will be about. However, try and pick a time that would work for most people and be sure to say whether the time…Continue
I just posted the following on my FB page, as well as several FB pages that I visit.
We need to bring people back here, so please do the same on your FB pages and elsewhere.
This address is the location of the Hollywood and Western Building, which was constructed in 1928 by Louis B. Mayer for the Motion Picture Producers and Distributors of America (MPPDA). On July 15, 1934, an amendment was put in place which made a Seal of Approval from the Production Code Administration (PCA) necessary for the release of every American movie. That Sunday was the beginning of the Code era, the Golden Era of Hollywood. The PCA was located on the fourth floor of the Hollywood and Western Building. In that beautiful art deco building, seven men toiled tirelessly to make sure that all movies were “reasonably acceptable to reasonable people.”
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The corner room overlooking Western Avenue was the office of…Continue