The Golden Age of Hollywood

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"I wonder if our views were that opposing?  It was Price's character that was obnoxio…"

Stephen Butler replied Jul 29 to What Are You Watching?

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"I have three films to report from this week.  Using my external hard drive as the so…"

Stephen Butler replied Jul 28 to What Are You Watching?

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"29. ROCK AROUND THE WORLD aka THE TOMMY STEELE STORY (1957) Last night I awoke sudde…"

Stephen Butler replied Jul 21 to A Game I Play

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" have two two movies to report on this week!  I know!  There hardly seems time but i…"

Stephen Butler replied Jul 20 to What Are You Watching?

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"I'm not sure if I could bear it if my DVD player couldn't change the aspect ratio.  …"

Stephen Butler replied Jul 16 to What Are You Watching?

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"I think there are a number of aspects of 1930's values that make us gag today - sexi…"

Stephen Butler replied Jul 15 to What Are You Watching?

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"I have a Bogart box set which includes a 2-disc version of the 1941 The Maltese Falc…"

Stephen Butler replied Jul 15 to What Are You Watching?

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"I have not seen it, but I do know as a matter of trivia that it was the film debut o…"

Stephen Butler replied Jul 13 to What Are You Watching?

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"I haven't watched a film in some weeks, I'm afraid.  There are a number of reasons f…"

Stephen Butler replied Jul 13 to What Are You Watching?

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"Not seen Casablanca? ...  ....   ..   ......!  (I'm spitting feathers).   By the way…"

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Ralph Barton and Charlie Chaplin in the Jazz Age

Charlie Chaplin—an icon of cinema—flirted with the fine arts. He sketched on occasion, and he could converse about art and music in social situations, but his strongest connection to the world of art was his friendship with illustrator Ralph Barton. During the 1920s, Barton was a highly successful caricaturist and cartoonist, whose work was elevated […]

Who Has The Last Laugh (1924)?

To view The Last Laugh click here. Nowadays when I talk with my friends about F.W. Murnau (1888 – 1931) they are usually familiar with Nosferatu (1922) or Sunrise (1927). Between those two classics is another masterpiece released in 1924 that is usually overlooked, and one that Georges Sadoul, in his Dictionary of Film Makers […]

A Mother’s Sacrifice in Stella Dallas (’37)

To view Stella Dallas click here. Children rarely understand the sacrifices their parents make for them. Nor should they. The difficult decisions and problems that parents often have to deal with aren’t ones that should be the concerns of a child. In my own life, my parents made sacrifices that I didn’t fully realize or […]

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