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1939 Was A Great Year for Movies - Gone with the Wind & Wizard of Oz

If you have followed me, on this blog, you know that I recently moved to the New Jersey Shore, but before that, I lived in Mississippi for almost forty years. 778 more words

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Gone With the Wind (1939)

Gone with the Wind is a 1939 American epichistorical romance film adapted from Margaret Mitchell‘s 1936 novel Gone with the Wind. It was produced by… 456 more words

Susannah of the Mounties (1939)

This post was prompted by the “O Canada” Blogathon, hosted by your film friends at Speakeasy and Silver Screenings. Be sure to check out the all the other posts for your weekly fill of¬†glorious… 3,442 more words

"Hitler: Northern Ireland's part in his downfall by helping to finally sink threat of his deadly U-boats"

Pen and Sword author Richard Doherty recently wrote an article for the Belfast Telegraph about the Battle of the Atlantic and how Northern Ireland contributed to Hitler’s downfall. 43 more words


Film is Art!

When most people go to a movie, it’s all about entertainment. They have accomplished something when they were able to stay awake. I think this vision on film isn’t new, but I (as a 19-year-old girl) think that my generation (or definitely the biggest part of it) is quite narrow-minded when it comes to movies. 548 more words

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On this Day in History

On this Day in History in 1939: 1st nuclear fission experiment (splitting of a uranium atom) in the US, in basement of Pupin Hall, Columbia University by a team including Enrico Fermi.

Today in 1939: Chile suffers killer quake

Today in 1939,  the epicenter of the massive quake was in south central Chile near the city of Chillan with an 8.3-magnitude. It kills 50,000 people and 60,000 injured, most died when they were crushed by falling buildings. 142 more words