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Academy Award History, Part Seven: 1937-1938

Following the back to back awards for biopics, the Academy moved to the world of adaptation. Hollywood, and the film industry in general, was no stranger to adaptation, but prior to 1937, the only adapted films to win Outstanding Production were based on little-known short stories or forgettable novels (e.g. 1,742 more words

Academy Awards

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from someone else’s mind
I gathered image word
and feeling meaning

it sorted to my brain
somewhere in a neuron
synapse cell to cell… 50 more words


Trivia Answer: Who Was The First African American To Win An Oscar?

Black History:  Special Delivery!!

Earlier we asked our Black Mail Readers:  Who was the first African to win an Oscar:?

The answer is:  HATTIE MCDANIEL 132 more words

Black History

Snoogums Oh Ma Huna

There’s a woman who works at a Starbucks I frequent who has a cartload of names for her customers…doesn’t matter how many times you tell her the right one she’s supposed to jot on your cup like a dog tag. 129 more words


Gone With the Wind by Margaret Mitchell (1936)

Do you remember the Book to Movie Challenge? I think I failed to generate consistent interest and participation in the challenge, so at this stage I think I’ll start all over again in January and hopefully do a better job. 511 more words


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