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The Women (1939)

Of course many of the characters are trivial, ridiculous ladies. The people who made the movie thought so too, that’s why they showed us the characters. 751 more words

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Livvie Trivia: Happy 98th Birthday, Olivia de Havilland!

One of our last living treasures from the Golden Age of Hollywood, Miss Olivia “Livvie” de Havilland, was born in Tokyo, Japan, on July 1, 1916. 1,213 more words

Noir Performers

Happy Birthday Olivia de Havilland

Tomorrow is the 98th birthday of one of the last living actors/actresses from the Golden Age of Hollywood:  Olivia de Havilland.

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Rebecca (1940)

Alfred Hitchcock’s unassailable Gothic classic is merely the first of his many biopsies on marriage and the secret poisoning within them. Filled with superb set pieces and supporting performances, it all boils down to… 97 more words

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June 2014 Blind Spot Film: REBECCA (1940)

As with a lot of the BlindSpot viewings this year, there are a lot of firsts in regards to REBECCA. No, it’s not the first Hitchcock film I saw, but it’s the first… 1,192 more words

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1942 Oscar Auctioned In Rhode Island

EAST GREENWICH, R.I. (AP) – A rare auction of an Oscar statuette has brought a total of $79,200.

Nanci Taylor of Briarbrook Auctions in Rhode Island said Monday that amount includes a 20 percent buyer’s premium for the 1942 Oscar. 195 more words

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Rebecca: The Christian Hipster's Summer Guide to Hitchcock

What are Christian Hipsters watching this summer? Hitchcock.  Well, let’s face it, Christian Hipsters are always watching Hitchcock.  Let’s start the summer with Hitch’s first film made in America: 882 more words

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