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December 5: Happy Birthday Little Richard and Walt Disney

Richard Penniman, universally known as Little Richard, turns 84 today. Initially a gospel and R&B performer, he became one of the first, and one of the most durable, of the big stars of rock and roll.  1,412 more words

Celebrity Birthdays

Charlotte Sometimes: Mechanix

Sometimes I see a collection that truly makes me stop in my tracks. My heart soars and my spirits are lifted as the shoes, clothes or bags I see before me embrace fun, transcend fashion and forgo practicality to flip lightly up into the realm of utterly breathtaking. 183 more words

Fashion

#231: The Testament Of Dr. Mabuse

FRITZ LANG

1933

REVIEW

Special Features

  1. Audio commentary by David Kalat, author of The Strange Case of Dr. Mabuse
  2. Complete French-language version of the film, …
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El regreso de Caligari: un siglo de cine expresionista alemán

Por Alberto Molina

El expresionismo surgió como una corriente artística entre finales del Siglo XIX y principios del XX en oposición a otras contemporáneas como el impresionismo, naturalismo y aquellas científicas y de pensamiento que hacían sintonía con el arte, como el positivismo. 632 more words

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Secret Beyond the Door (1947) - posters

“Secret Beyond the Door” is an interesting film noir. Joan Bennett and Michael Redgrave are excellent in this production of the late 40’s, directed by Fritz Lang, who was one of the masters of the noir style in cinema.

Movie Memorabilia

Noirvember 2016: The Big Heat

For the month of November Noirvember, I’ve decided to catch up with some classic pieces of film noir. The American 1940s-50s movement devoted to cynical fast talking anti-heroes, predatory femme fatales, smoky back rooms, “one last scores,” and dark shadowy pasts. 876 more words

Films

Noirvember 2016, Episode 14: While the City Sleeps (1956)

While the City Sleeps (1956) Fritz Lang
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Newspaper mogul Amos Kyne (Robert Warwick) is clearly in his last days as head of a publishing empire. 366 more words

Films