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Blogs about Classic movies

18 blogs about Classic movies.

  1. Classic Film and TV Café
    Devoted to classic movies and television series, ranging from the silent film era to the 1980s. By Rick29. More info

    Jeff Chandler Plays a Make-Believe Parent in The Toy Tiger
    Jeff Chandler as Rick.Had a bad day at work? Relatives causing undue stress? If so, then perhaps you need to sit down and watch a mindless 1950s comedy. You know the kind. It's entertaining enough …
    By Rick29, 537 words
  2. Classic Movie Blog Association
    The best blogs about classic film on the internet. More info

    CMBA Profile: Jay's Classic Movie Blog
    Each month, the CMBA profiles a classic movie blog written by one of our members. This month, we are featuring Jay Jacobson, who writes at Jay's Classic Movie Blog. 1. Why do you blog?That’s simple.To …
    By Classic Movie Blog Association, 928 words
  3. Grand Old Movies
    Blogging about Hollywood's golden-age films. More info

    Darnell Does Her Darndest
    What a great, I mean a great, beginning to The Lady Pays Off. Linda Darnell is about to receive a teacher-of-the-year award. Darnell, a teacher? Anyway, she’s sitting at a formal dinner, ignoring a dull …
    By Grand Old Movies, 1,954 words
  4. Greenbriar Picture Shows
    Classic movie site with rare images (no web grabs!), original ads, and behind-the-scenes photos, with informative and insightful commentary. More info

    Works Well with Whiskey #3
    WWW: Robocop, The Sea Wolves, Sign of the Gladiator, and The HillROBOCOP (1987) --- Outlaw action thriller they’d not dare today, Robocop silly on surface, a title giving exclamation to that, but don’t confuse with …
    By John McElwee, 1,209 words
  5. The Hollywood Revue
    Where we're always ready for our close-up. By Angela. 🇺🇸 More info

    Box Office Poison: Joan Crawford
    Out of all the stars dubbed “box office poison” by the Independent Theater Owners Association in May 1938, the label has become most strongly associated with Joan Crawford. For the most part, being called “box …
    By Angela, 5,243 words
  6. Hometowns to Hollywood
    Exploring the hometowns and legacies of Hollywood's Golden Age stars. By Annette. 🇺🇸 More info

    Harry Spear
    Harry Spear was born Harry Sherman Bonner on December 16, 1921, in Los Angeles, California, to Joseph Bonner and Louise Spear. He was born at French Hospital in Los Angeles and initially resided at 5619 …
    By Annette Bochenek, 512 words
  7. The Incredible Inman
    Writeups About Show Biz Stuff, Old-Timey and Otherwise. By David Inman. 🇺🇸 More info

    Awkward Early Talkie Theatre: "The Broadway Melody"
    Star-struck sisters coming to New York, struggling songwriter, backstage drama, misguided love -- it's all there, and more, in the 1929 film "The Broadway Melody." It's like a cliche incubator. It also has those awkward …
    By David, 505 words
  8. Lady Eve's Reel Life
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    A fresh-faced 21-year-old Lee Remick made her motion picture debut as a luscious baton-twirling high school drum majorette in Elia Kazan’s 1957 classic, A Face in the Crowd. Remick’s seductive rendering of a precocious but …
    By The Lady Eve, 1,555 words
  9. The Last Drive In
    The blog’s atmosphere is one of nostalgia for those golden days when Silver Screen met tube with dials overflowing with memorable actors, writers, directors, and visionaries. By Jo Gabriel. 🇺🇸 More info

    Coming up at The Last Drive In!
    My interview with actress Beverly Washburn! and… From Glamour to Trauma: Deconstructing the Myth of Hag Cinema! This is your EverLovin Joey sayin’ See ya at the Snack Bar! The post Coming up at The …
    By monstergirl, 52 words
  10. Laura's Miscellaneous Musings
    Miscellaneous Musings on Classic Films and Disney. 🇺🇸 More info

    TCM Classic Film Festival Returning to the Egyptian Theatre
    Great news today: TCM has announced that the TCM Classic Film Festival will be returning to the Egyptian Theatre this April.Ben Mankiewicz made the announcement in a video shot at the theater.This was especially good …
    By Laura, 284 words
  11. Matte Shot - a tribute to Golden Era special fx
    This blog is intended primarily as a tribute to the inventiveness and ingenuity of the craft of the matte painter during Hollywoods' Golden Era. By NZPete. 🇳🇿 More info

    Greetings to all and sundry, it's now 2024 believe it or not. It sounds so odd when saying it, and even more so when typing in "2024". Shouldn't we all be living like 'The Jetsons' …
    By NZPete, 8,258 words
  12. nitrateglow
    I like to viddy the old films now and then. 🇺🇸 More info

    The greatest hits of 1924
    Image source: IMDB When I started doing these “greatest hits of X year” posts in 2021, I expected to only make one a year going forward. However, these are so much fun. I just love …
    By nitrateglow, 6,923 words
  13. Out of the Past
    A blog about classic film, old Hollywood stars, actors and actresses, directors, books about stars and movies and much more. By Raquel Stecher. 🇺🇸 More info

    New & Upcoming Classic Film Books (22)
    New year, new books! 2024 is your year to read more film books and there are plenty of new ones coming out for you to enjoy. There is lots here for those of you who …
    By Raquel Stecher, 2,194 words
  14. Screen Action Jazz
    Commentary and breaking news regarding the golden age of jazz soundtracks that supplied a swing backdrop for the suspenseful adventures of secret agents, private detectives, cops, spies and heist-minded criminals. By Derrick Bang. 🇺🇸 More info

    Soundtrack updates
    Thanks to the ongoing efforts of labels that specialize in soundtracks — and the fans who purchase their products, thereby maintaining the pipeline — quite a few scores have received enhanced treatment since my two …
    By Derrick Bang, 1,084 words
  15. shadowsandsatin
    where the worlds of film noir and pre-code collide. By Karen Burroughs Hannsberry. 🇺🇸 More info

    French Revelations: Très Bien!
    Rarely has a Blu-ray set been more aptly named than French Revelations, a recent Flicker Alley release featuring two French-language films: Fanfare D’Amour (Fanfare of Love) and Mauvaise Graine (Bad Seed). I’m always up for …
    By shadowsandsatin, 1,022 words
  16. Silver Scenes
    Covering the world of classic movies from the silents to the mid 1960s via bios, movie reviews, rare photos and fun trivia. By Constance Metzinger, Diana Metzinger. More info

    By Candlelight (1933)
    Paul Lukas stars as Josef, a butler employed to Prince Alfred, portrayed by the dashing Nils Asther. Josef loves working for the prince because he not only admires him but wishes to emulate him... especially …
    By The Metzinger Sisters, 505 words
  17. Silver Screenings
    Ruth's Old Movie Reviews. More info

    So Bad it’s Good: Earth vs. The Spider (1958)
    The misleading thing about the title of Earth vs. The Spider (1958) is this: A giant spider does not attack the entire planet. It attacks one American town. Naturally, it’s a relief to discover one …
    By Silver Screenings, 71 words
    A nostalgic journey to the past to relive the golden days of entertainment! By David Lobosco. 🇺🇸 More info

    One of the greatest movies ever made was The Wizard Of Oz. I have heard and read about many of the back stories of the filming of this 1939 classic, but here are some photos …
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