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30 Days of Poetry Love- Rita Dove

Happy poetry month day 13! We’re almost half way through. And today’s poem is about a woman anyone who’s a fan of Gone with the Wind movie. 87 more words

Writing

The Oscar Project 1939: Gone With the Wind

This film is the stuff of legends. Everyone knows this movie even if they’ve never seen it. It has become ingrained in our pop cultural collective consciousness. 1,405 more words

They Died with Their Boots On (1941)

Directed by Raoul Walsh
Written by Wally Kline & Aeneas MacKenzie

George A. Custer is one of this country’s most notorious folk heroes. Massacred, along with his men, at Little Big Horn in 1876, Custer is remembered mostly for this folly, when in reality he was a decorated Civil War veteran who played a pivotal role in the Union’s defeat of the Confederacy.  668 more words

Drama

Bad, Bad Bette Davis: In This Our Life (1942)

In a movie career that spanned six decades, Bette Davis played everything from a Cockney waitress (in Of Human Bondage) to a Bronx housewife (in… 842 more words

Film

Never Say Goodbye (1946, James V. Kern)

The first thirty-nine percent of Never Say Goodbye is phenomenally paced. It could be a short movie, if there were a little tragedy through in. A little melodrama. 451 more words

Classics

BLACK HISTORY FACTS DAY 25

Hattie McDaniel was an African American actress, singer-songwriter, and comedian.

Actress Hattie McDaniel was born on June 10, 1893, in Wichita, Kansas. By the mid-1920s, she became one of the first African-American women on the radio. 428 more words

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