The Golden Age of Hollywood

November 2012 Blog Posts (4)


I finally saw this rare Raoul Walsh feature with Dolores Del Rio, Don Alvarado, and Victor McLaglen. Holy Mama! Restore this film now! Del Rio positively smoulders up the screen. Her performance is comic, tragic, feisty, flirtatious and Sexy all rolled into one. Arguably the best roll I have ever seen her in.

The gypsy Senora…


Added by The Giant on November 27, 2012 at 10:51pm — 5 Comments

Steven Spielberg and Hollywood History

What does Steven Spielberg have to do with Classic Hollywood? Probably more than you think.

Added by Dan Day, Jr. on November 24, 2012 at 10:50am — No Comments

Picture Palaces

Image: Grauman's Chinese Theater, Hollywood, California.

Welcome all to Picture Palaces. The group is dedicated to the theaters which brought to us all the great movies and their galaxy of stars that we all love to watch. This is the place to come to to share stories of past experiences, good and bad, while attending these houses of flickering…


Added by Dave Miller on November 18, 2012 at 11:12am — No Comments

Frank Capra--The Early Collection

My latest blog is about the recently released DVD set "Frank Capra--The Early Collection" at…


Added by Dan Day, Jr. on November 2, 2012 at 7:13pm — No Comments

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