The Golden Age of Hollywood

March 2011 Blog Posts (14)

It's Opening Day!

Added by Dan Day, Jr. on March 31, 2011 at 2:45pm — 2 Comments

Last Sunday I.....

Last Sunday I went to a Celebrity Show just outside Chicago. This is the fourth one of these shows I've attended and I've enjoyed every one. I met… Continue

Added by Abdullah aka Chuck on March 30, 2011 at 9:54pm — 8 Comments

Farley Granger (1925 - 2011)

  • Discovered by Samuel Goldwyn while still a high school student, Farley Granger had bee-stung lips and soulful looks and was immediately plugged into The North Star (1943), a propaganda film of World War II, in which he played a freedom-loving…


Added by Dave Miller on March 29, 2011 at 9:18pm — No Comments

Noah's Ark Sails Again Tonight On TCM!

Finally, at long last NOAH'S ARK (1928) returns to TCM for this week's Silent Sunday Nights presentation. After drifting on a long hiatus for some 7 years. The broadcast is scheduled to sail in from Mont Ararat at 12:15 AM EASTERN TIME, 11.15 Central MARCH 27th-28th.

Truly an epic scale production that took around three years to complete. Though restored at UCLA in the late 80's and early 90's, roughly 25 to 30% of the movie is still considered…

Added by The Giant on March 27, 2011 at 2:55pm — 4 Comments

The GAOH Would Like to Appreciate 2 Members!!!

Two of our long-time members here have created games that have brought so much activity and fun to the site, I feel compelled to honor their efforts!! In a long overdue act of appreciation, we  would like to thank 2 ladies who I am lucky enough to call friends,… Continue

Added by Abdullah aka Chuck on March 22, 2011 at 9:01am — 6 Comments

Colleen Moore and Clara Bow Fragments on TCM April 3rd in Prime-time!



TCM is running a program with 2 hours of extremely rare FRAGMENTS OF LOST FILMS on April 3rd. Including the surviving reel of Colleen Moore's legendary FLAMING YOUTH (1923). Also snippets of Clara Bow in Color from RED HAIR (1928), and THREE WEEKENDS. What survives of Chaney's THUNDER, and I'm sure there will be many surprises.This is followed by two more hours of UNSEEN CINEMA.

Here is an article about the…


Added by The Giant on March 19, 2011 at 12:30am — 2 Comments

Michael Gough, 1916-2011

Michael Gough passed away earlier today at the age of 94. Gough will surely be best remembered by nerds for his role as Alfred Pennyworth in all four Burton/Schumacher Batman movies, which he played with a quiet dignity and a wry humor, even while pretending to be happy to see Alicia Silverstone. However, Gough's career included more than 100 movies and TV… Continue

Added by Dave Miller on March 17, 2011 at 10:55am — 2 Comments

Hollywood's Elite, part 10: Early Sex Symbol - Mae West

A Dame That Knows the Ropes Isn't Likely to Get Tied Up - Mae West

In winter I love snuggling with my throw, and a large cup of coffee on Saturday mornings, while treating myself to a good old black and white movie. This past Saturday I was obliged to feast my eyes on a vehicle of…


Added by Pamela McCray on March 15, 2011 at 9:41pm — 1 Comment

Last Holiday (1950)

It has been quite some time since I posted here but sometimes the demands on my time can be great.

However, I wanted to make mention of the film I recently watched (captioned above) because it seemed like one of those little known films that deserve more attention.  I believe Last Holiday has been one of the Criterion selections that is about to be discontinued and they are selling it now at a discount for a limited time.


The film stars Alec Guiness who always seems to…


Added by Bill on March 15, 2011 at 9:32am — No Comments


What looked liked a final match between number 1 Bette Davis and number 2 Katherine Hepburn has now become something else. I will be the first to admit my surprise as 4th seed Vivien Leigh and 3rd seed Ingrid Bergman stormed back today to win their respective semi-final matches to set up a showdown starting immediately. Leigh, who was trailing Davis at one point by 9 points came back to win 37-36 in a match that had several ties throughout Saturday. While it's a shame seeing another…


Added by Monty on March 12, 2011 at 9:30pm — No Comments

Golden Age of Hollywood 165

1 hour 12 minutes 28 seconds

Another packed edition of THE Podcast on classic movies.

Presented by Derek McLellan with renowned film historian Maria Ciaccia.

Maria's TCM USA Guide

Main feature : Black comedies

Derek and Maria discuss some of the very best black comedies from classic Hollywood.

New… Continue

Added by Classic Movie Man on March 11, 2011 at 6:00pm — No Comments




Just wanted to remind everyone that my classic movie actress tournament is still going on and that it's in week 2, focusing on the top women of the 1940's. There are two semi-final matches going on right now that features the top 4 women of this bracket: Bette Davis, Katherine Hepburn, Ingrid Bergman, and Vivien…


Added by Monty on March 11, 2011 at 11:27am — 4 Comments

Golden Age of Hollywood 164

1 hour 11 minutes 6 seconds

Another packed edition of THE Podcast on classic movies.

Presented by Derek McLellan with renowned film historian Maria Ciaccia.

Main feature : Jean Harlow

Derek and Maria discuss the great classic era star on her centenary.

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Added by Classic Movie Man on March 4, 2011 at 2:30pm — No Comments


 Hi everyone, I forgot to send this out yesterday but there is still time to vote for your favorites in round one.

Finally it has begun. The first day of my Classic Movie Actress Tournament. I've chosen 64 actresses to compete in a winner takes all contest to see who is the favorite among classic movie fans. Like I mentioned in an earlier post, I broke the…


Added by Monty on March 1, 2011 at 6:20pm — No Comments

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