Lionel Barrymore and Miriam Hopkins were among the brightest stars in Hollywood in 1933. He already had one of the first Best Actor Oscars in his cabinet for A Free Soul (1931).
Mickey Rooney’s death has left a large hole in the Hollywood community, as we have lost yet another link to the Golden Age of American cinema.
In just six days, Turner Classic Movies is not only celebrating its 20th anniversary as the country's premiere network for classic movies, but also hosting the fifth annual TCM Classic Film Festival i
Many of the best directors in the 1940s and 1950s started out as screenwriters.
If The Maltese Falcon was the birth of film noir and Double Indemnity was the genre all grown up, then Touch of Evil was its last grasp at life.
The movie musical would have died out a lot sooner than it did had it not been for Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers.
Thomas Hardy's Tess of the d'Ubervilles is the tragic story of a naïve girl who allows herself to be pushed too far and the unfortunate circumstances that take place when she finally takes a st
One of the good things about the Academy Awards is that the list of Best Picture nominees gives us an idea of the most successful films going back to 1927.
When it comes to the list of Best Picture winners, it doesn't get much more obscure than the first winner produced by Fox, Frank Lloyd's Cavalcade.
This year marks the 60th anniversary of the 26th Academy Awards ceremony, which honored the best films from 1953.
If you really want to understand what it was like to be at the eye of the storm known as Beatlemania, just watch Richard Lester's A Hard Day's Night.
There were a surprising number of films from 2013 that owed a lot to the 'New Hollywood' era from the late 1960s through the early 1970s, when young filmmakers rebelled against the Hollywood system an

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