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Cary Grant A Brilliant Disguise - Review
Cary Grant seemed to be ultra-cool and ultra-sophisticated. This new biography by Scott Eyman details the reality of Grant's life and his transformation from working class Archie Leach to monumental star.

Start the New Year with Good News
As we say goodbye to a difficult year, it's time to say hello to a little "Good News" with June Allyson and Peter Lawford.

Christmas in Connecticut is Spicy and Sweet
A holiday tradition, this film not only reminds us of Christmas during simpler times, but it does so by being a bit naughty...for 1945, that is.

Put “Holiday Affair” on Your Christmas List
This 1949 film was a box office failure when it originally premiered. Decades later, it has become a contender as a seasonal holiday tradition.

Why Now is the Perfect Time to See Harvey
Pandemic getting you down? Perhaps this is a good time for you to meet Harvey. During challenging times, he's just what the doctor ordered.

Molly and Me Resonates Truth
Based on the novel “Molly, Bless Her” by Frances Marion, this film jumps right in with a real-life truth: Actors like to eat.

Campus Rhythm Is Upbeat
Looking for a delightful short film to distract from your worries? This low-budget classic follows the star of the Crunchy-Wunchy radio show as she pursues carefree college life under an assumed name.

Success Is Tragic In Room At The Top
Struggles in the post-war world might, for some, be quite noble. In the case of Joe Lampton, ambition fueled by insecurity and validation secured by wealth, winning his internal war comes with an irrevocable loss.

I Loved Her In The Movies - Review
Robert Wagner’s memoir about the legendary ladies of Hollywood is written with heartfelt admiration, candid insight, and yes, even a bit of humor.

The Real Miracle of Morgan's Creek
There are times in life when it is difficult to find anything to smile about, much less laugh about. Preston Sturges had a knack for taking such times and spinning them into out-of-control silliness.

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