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1. Longest Speech In Oscar History
Greer Garson holds the place for the longest speech in Oscar history. It was reportedly three hours long. Or was it?

2. The Friendship Between Bacall and Peck
About the strong bond between actress Lauren Bacall and Gregory Peck.

3. Beware of Ladies
It’s an election year, and the corrupt William’s machine is facing a tough opponent in George Martin, a hard-working, clean-living, and all-around good guy. But when it comes to winning the all-important women’s vote, it is going to take more than the issues to get the right man elected.

4. Love Lands Safely in Sunday in New York
It’s a beautiful Sunday, and Eileen is having man trouble. She needs some honest advice that only her older brother can provide, but it turns out her brother is just as bad as the rest.

5. Hedda Hopper Attacks Charlie Chaplin
Hollywood's leading gossip columnist Hedda Hopper attacks multi-talented Charlie Chaplin for being a Communist.

6. The Silent Version of Chicago
The well-publicized debauchery of jazz-crazed flappers in the windy city comes to life in this entertaining and well-done silent movie from Cecil B. DeMille.

7. 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.

8. You're Gonna Hear From Daisy Clover
What is inside teenage Daisy Clover? The best way to find out is to peek in her diary.

9. Bogart and Davis Support Fox in The Bad Sister
Humphrey Bogart and Bette Davis met onscreen for the first time in "The Bad Sister," but they were not the stars of the picture. The star was stage actress and film newcomer Sidney Fox.

10. 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.

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