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Why John Wayne Still Ranks Among Today's Most Popular Stars

Several months ago, the Harris Poll released its annual list of our ten most popular movie stars. Notably absent from the list were Tom Cruise, Nicole Kidman, and Brad Pitt (though Angelina squeaked on for the first time, tied for last place with Morgan Freeman).Ranked ahead of current box-office draws Tom Hanks and Johnny Depp, and just behind Denzel and Clint at the top of the heap, we find John Wayne. 1,488 more words

I’ve been involved with blood donation since the 1980s because there is a critical need. – Donna Reed http://ift.tt/29R0GVv

Donna Reed

It's A Wonderful Life (1946)

Small town boy George Bailey dreams of making it big and travelling the world but finds himself trapped by a sense of duty to family and community. 225 more words


Dallas Decoder’s Summer Vacations Guide

Planning to hit the road this summer? To have the happiest of holidays, let the Ewings be your guide.

Mix business with pleasure. Experts say you should unplug from work when you’re on vacation, but don’t tell that to J.R. 712 more words

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Revisited: The Benny Goodman Story

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The young Benny Goodman is taught clarinet by a Chicago music professor. He is advised by bandleader Edward Ory to play whichever kind of music he likes best, but to make a living, Benny begins by joining the Ben Pollack traveling band. 851 more words

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The values for which they sacrificed

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We celebrate Memorial Day to honor those who have died defending America; since the Revolutionary War it’s estimated that more than 1.1 million patriots have given their lives defending not just our borders, but also our sacred values and principles. 776 more words

Best Picture Revisited: From Here to Eternity (1953)

The Best Picture winner of 1953, From Here to Eternity, could have been a major failure. Burt Lancaster and Frank Sinatra were not known for dramas. 1,373 more words

Best Picture Revisited