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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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    Chaplin, Disney And More For Sale

    Whether your interest is presidential campaign ephemera, vintage comic books and original artwork, rock ‘n’ roll posters, Disneyana, pin-up girls, advertising pieces, or any other facet of popular culture, Hake’s Americana & Collectibles biannual sale is a major event.

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    Throwback Thursday: Garbo, John Wayne, Laurel & Hardy

    Welcome to a new weekly feature where we’ll be reprinting vintage movie ads. I can’t get enough of these, and I hope you’ll share my enthusiasm as we step back in time.

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    Remembering Dick Jones—The Voice Of Pinocchio

    As the voice of 'Pinocchio' Dick Jones was guaranteed a kind of immortality, but if it affected him he certainly never showed it.

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    Remembering Roger Ebert…With His Wife Chaz

    What makes ‘Life Itself’ so impressive is the way Roger and Chaz Ebert opened themselves up to documentarian Steve James during and after Roger’s penultimate hospital stay in Chicago.

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    Back To The Future—With Mary Pickford Looking On

    The Los Angeles Conservancy’s 'Last Remaining Seats' series—now in its 28th successful year—marked a milestone this weekend and I was there...

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    It’s All About Me…Or Patton Oswalt

    Rarely does anyone turn the table on me, but when Cheri Steinkellner invited me to be a guest in her class, at the University of California Santa Barbara, I couldn’t say no.

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    Leonard and Grae's Summer Movie Preview Review on Reelz

    Once again I’m joined, on Reelz Channel, by the feisty, funny Grae Drake for some lively conversation about current films and upcoming summer blockbusters.

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