The Golden Age of Hollywood

May 2016 Blog Posts (6)

More Classic Posters 3

Added by Philip C Binstead on May 25, 2016 at 1:11pm — No Comments

More Classic Movie Posters 2

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More Classic Posters.

Added by Philip C Binstead on May 22, 2016 at 4:05pm — No Comments

The Strange Case of Basil Rathbone: The Life and Work of the Man Who Made Olivier — and Audiences — Swoon

“That God-damned play I bought for a song and made such a great success in — a great money success — it ruined me with its promise of an easy fortune. I didn’t want to do anything else, and by the time I woke up to the fact I’d become a slave to the damned thing and did try other plays, it was too late. They had identified me with that one part, and didn’t…


Added by Dave Miller on May 2, 2016 at 6:34pm — No Comments

Olivia de Havilland and the Most Notorious Sibling Rivalry in Hollywood

Olivia de Havilland relaxes at her home in Beverly Hills, 1942.
Photograph by Bob Landry/The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images; Digital Colorization by Impact Digital
After winning two Oscars, the Gone with the Wind actress decided to leave…

Added by Dave Miller on May 2, 2016 at 9:28am — 1 Comment

More Classic and not so Classic Movie Posters.

Added by Philip C Binstead on May 1, 2016 at 4:14pm — No Comments

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