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    Essential Reading...In Print And Online

    Be honest: how often do you read the booklets that accompany deluxe DVDs? I always mean to, but too often I procrastinate and other things get in the way. If you’ve already been smart enough to pick up the Criterion Collection’s new two-disc release of Sweet Smell of Success, you’ll think even more of that whip-smart movie if you spend time with the supplementary reading material, which comes in a cleverly designed package meant to simulate a series of newspaper columns. First, there is an incisive—and expansive—essay about the picture by Gary Giddins, who not only explores the 1957 release in the context of well-worn genres (newspaper movies...

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    Homes Of The Stars—Then And Now

    Photo courtesy of Darrell Rooney.

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    A Chaplin Milestone

    This home-made cake pays tribute to the 75th anniversary—to the day—of “the end of the silent film era,” February 5, 1936, the date of Modern Times’ premiere in New York City. It also gives you some idea of the spirit behind Chaplinfest.

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    The Fruits Of Film Preservation

    A prized moment from Gene Kelly in New York, New York, a 1966 network TV special.

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    Remembering Jane Russell

    To younger people who only know her as Marilyn Monroe’s brunette costar in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, or baby boomers who remember her selling bras on TV “for us full-figured gals,” it might be hard to convey just how big an impact Jane Russell had on American popular culture in the 1940s and early 1...

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    Fun On Oscar Weekend

    A glowing Melissa Leo, at the Independent Spirit Awards, looks nothing like the mother she played so frighteningly well in The Fighter.

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    Me and Mike Tyson Talk Oscars

    Oscar Talk with Mike Tyson & Leonard Maltin from Mike Tyson

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    A Clearer Picture

    I abhor sloppy reporting, and now I have been guilty of it. Somehow I managed to garble the facts in yesterday’s post about this week’s blogathon. No great harm has been done, but I would like to set the record straight.

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    Movies Lost, Found, And Funded

    I am proud to be part of this year’s blogathon “For the Love of Film (Noir),” an enterprise I missed out on when it was launched in 2010. Last year, film buffs just like you raised a sizable sum through grass-roots donations and helped to save three silent film shorts discovered at the New Zealand A...

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    ET Talks to Oscar Hopefuls

    ET Talks to Oscar Hopefuls

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