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SBHM and the Santa Barbara Film Festival

In honor of the Santa Barbara Film Festival we remind you of the roots of the illustrious film industry here Santa Barbara, California – The Flying A Studios! 23 more words

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This Day in Disney History January 27th

1892-Disney Legend Kay Kamen is born.

1963-Part 2 of Television show Johnny Shiloh airs.

1974-Part 2 of Television show Hog Wild airs.

1975-Disney Legend Bill Walsh dies. 87 more words

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Noir & Day--Julie-1956/Presented @ NOIR CITY 2015!

When Doris Day crossed over to the Dark Side (to paraphrase the programme notes from Noir City’s 13th Annual San Francisco Film Noir Festival)…she really did it… 223 more words

Film Stars

SUNDAY, JANUARY 28, 1934

I read the papers all morning. Mama and I went to the Alhambra at 4 and saw “King for a Night” and “Right to Romance.” It was terribly cold and windy coming home.

1930s

Stanley Kubrick, Eyes Wide Shut and being Jewish

(I originally wrote this article back when Kubrick’s film “Eyes Wide Shut” opened in 1999.)

One of the most fascinating aspects of the film “Eyes Wide Shut” 382 more words

Jewish Film

Gulzar Retro in IFFI gets a high with Libaas premiere 26 years it was made

By Utpal Borpujari
Panaji: Of all the films that are having their premieres at the ongoing 45th International Film Festival of India (IFFI), one has been a 26-year-old, but it hogged the maximum attention when it got screened. 487 more words

Media

This Day in Disney History January 22nd

1960-Television show The Swamp Fox: A Case of Treason airs.

1961-Television show A Salute to Father airs.

1964-Film The Misadventures of Merlin Jones starring Tommy Kirk and Annette Funicello is released. 69 more words

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