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75 YOF: John Wayne, North Dakota, and Casual Racism (The Searchers-1956)

Sometimes, I feel like I’m living in a western movie. White men in North Dakota are trying to spread west, but run into Indian opposition. Terrified of the “red man,” they paint him as the enemy, the great obstacle of progress. 614 more words

Art And Entertainment

Whose Your Alter Ego in Fiction Land?🎬❓

 3 Fictional Characters That Describe You

When I first saw this challenge on Facebook I thought, Wow! That’s an interesting and tough question. Owning thousands of videos with thousands of characters to choose from, it was difficult to come up with characters to describe me. 743 more words

Film History

Talk Like a Pirate Day in Disney History

1927-Oswald the Lucky Rabbit cartoon Oh, Teacher is released.

1952-Mickey Mouse cartoon Pluto’s Party is released.

1956-Television show The Great Cat Family airs.

1965-Television series… 119 more words


Boccaccio ’70—“Renzo e Luciana”

Boccaccio ’70 is a three- or four-part (depending on which version you see) modern variation on the author’s saucy sex stories in The Decameron. None of the segments is an adaptation of a Boccaccio story. 459 more words


This Day in Disney History September 17th

1932-Mickey Mouse cartoon The Whoopee Party is released.

1954-Animated short Once Upon a Wintertime from Melody Time is released.

1961-Television series Follow the Sun premieres on ABC. 134 more words


Sinful Cinema in Los Angeles, 1970 - Part One

8-5-70 – A look into Imported Sinful Cinema playing in LA has to start off with the one and only Eugenie. Playing for four weeks at the Vine, the same place where Girl on a Motorcycle had it’s run, it might have made the critics go on hate mode, but at least the customers were enjoying the trip. 895 more words