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    Orson Welles Discovery Now Online

    See the long-lost Orson Welles Mercury Theatre footage of ‘Too Much Johnson’ streaming online now!

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    From Robin Williams To Film Noir…

    Senior Curator for the Telluride Film Festival, Gary Meyer has posted a moving, highly personal piece about Robin Williams on his website…

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    Throwback Thursday: Promoting The Three Stooges

    This ad, featuring the Three Stooges, appeared in the 'Motion Picture Herald' in 1935 and was never intended to be seen by the public.

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    Remembering Lauren Bacall

    Lauren Bacall was a formidable woman with a life and career worth remembering and celebrating. Whenever I had the opportunity to interview her, I was always on my toes.

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    Throwback Thursday: Cecil B. DeMille in Person

    Throwback Thursday—Cecil B. DeMille was more than a filmmaker; the consummate showman thought nothing of hitting the road to amp-up the box office.

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    Throwback Thursday: Ginger Rogers, Billy Wilder And Superman

    Throwback Thursday: Prior to this 1942 comedy Billy Wilder was thought of, solely, as screenwriter!

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    Charlie Chaplin At Comic-Con

    I participated in four panel discussions at Comic-Con 2014 last week, two of which I hosted. I expected to see 'Star Wars' figures and characters from 'Game of Thrones,' but I didn’t expect to cross paths with the Little Tramp.

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    Throwback Thursday: See Disney’s Snow White Again

    How did movie studios open their films in the 1930s? One thing they didn’t do was open on thousands of screens the same day…

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    Gotta Dance! Movie Musical Posters

    What a perfect marriage: posters celebrating Hollywood musicals at the summertime mecca for dance, Jacob’s Pillow, in the Berkshire mountains of Massachusetts. And who better to serve as guest of honor than Marge Champion, still vital at age 95?

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    Throwback Thursday: Stanwyck, Crosby, Anna May Wong

    Talkies, we’re told, killed vaudeville, but that doesn’t seem to be the case in this ad from April of 1932 where Paramount promotes its all-star stage shows as much as the main feature starring Barbara Stanwyck.

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