In early 1942, Universal Pictures scored with a double bill of 'The Wolf Man' and 'The Mad Doctor.'
Exciting new films from around the globe, revivals, discoveries, world-class guests, and spectacular scenery were experienced by all who attended the 41st Telluride Film Festival over the Labor Day weekend.
As some of you may know by now, the 2015 edition of 'Leonard Maltin’s Movie Guide,' which comes out today, will be the last, after an amazing 45-year run.
Universal’s Carl Laemmle gave Erich von Stroheim a chance to realize his vision on screen in 'Blind Husbands.' The lavish 'Foolish Wives' followed just a few years later:
See the long-lost Orson Welles Mercury Theatre footage of ‘Too Much Johnson’ streaming online now!
Senior Curator for the Telluride Film Festival, Gary Meyer has posted a moving, highly personal piece about Robin Williams on his website…
This ad, featuring the Three Stooges, appeared in the 'Motion Picture Herald' in 1935 and was never intended to be seen by the public.
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.
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.
Throwback Thursday: Prior to this 1942 comedy Billy Wilder was thought of, solely, as screenwriter!