The Graduate (1967)
Tuesday, April 2nd
Uncertain about his future, Benjamin Braddock (Dustin Hoffman) returns home from college. With the haunting lyrics of Simon and Garfunkel’s, “The Sound…Continue
Added by Jenna on March 31, 2013 at 4:07pm — No Comments
I wish everyone a Happy Easter.
Several people have suggested that I combine all of my one-person plays into an anthology. So, that's what I've done.
THE HOLLYWOOD LEGENDS: Ten Plays About Eleven Fabulous People is now available in both paperback and on Kindle. It contains my plays on Clark Gable, Spencer Tracy, Carole Lombard, Al Jolson, Errol Flynn, Clara Bow, Orson Welles, Maurice Chevalier, Jeanette MacDonald & Nelson Eddy (a two-person play) and Basil…
Added by Michael B. Druxman on March 29, 2013 at 4:30pm — No Comments
Every community has to have rules so we can all be on the same page and live peacefully. Rules are important in society and communities because without them we would have nothing but chaos. The Golden Age of Hollywood has always had a community rules page but much of it was relevant on the old message board and not…Continue
Added by Ktrek on March 24, 2013 at 11:30pm — No Comments
While attending a postmaster convention in New York Evie Jackson (Geraldine Page) is looking for love. A middle-aged, friendly, caring, sometimes overbearing, she often uses naive tactics to get attention. Though seemingly outgoing, Evie is lonely. At the convention hotel she meets Harry Mork (Glenn Ford), a womanizing…Continue
And you can make a free phone call and wish her a Happy Birthday or leave another message
If you own a Kindle (and are a member of Amazon Prime), you can now borrow free , MATRICIDE, my fictional screenplay that is based on the murder of actress Susan Cabot.
Added by Michael B. Druxman on March 19, 2013 at 1:00pm — No Comments
Gangster fans will be glad to hear that Warner is releasing a Blu-Ray box set of four of their best gangster films:
Little Caesar (1931)
The Public Enemy (1931)
The Petrified Forest (1936)
White Heat (1949)
To Kevin ,Dave and everyone who contributes to make this one of the best and informative sites around.For most of my 78 years, Ive been a movie ,and to a lesser degree, television fan.This site has been a wealth of knowledge to me. Theres truly something for everyone here who loves the arts. Looking forward to more successful years here at GAOH.
It's kind of confusing around here as to when we should celebrate anniversaries. First of all because The Golden Age of Hollywood was started on EZBoard forums by Derek McClellan (Classic Movie Man) back in 2003 (I think but I may be wrong it might have been 2004). In December of 2004 Derek, with my help, migrated the site to a different host. It meant…Continue
Another quick note to let the members know that Patti has requested to take over the Fredric March group to try and revive it and since the original owner of the group has not been around in a long long time I have promoted her to Administrator. Good luck…Continue
Added by Ktrek on March 3, 2013 at 2:51pm — No Comments
Hi everyone! This is a note to announce Deedee as the new administrator of the James Dean group. She has an interest in Dean and wants a chance to revive the group. So...I hope everyone who likes James Dean will join and give her your support by actively participating. The group can be found here:…Continue
We've all heard it. Here is the timeless Warner Bros. Pictures theatrical opening (1942-Present):
Since the theatrical release of a little motion picture called "Casablanca" (1942), Warners -- as it's aptly referred to by those "in the know" -- has used the final few bars of "As Time Goes By", written by Herman Hupfeld in 1931 and sung by Dooley Wilson in the classic scene with Isla at Rick's, as the…
Added by Matt Launder on March 1, 2013 at 1:00pm — No Comments