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Round Seven: Feud, Crawford Down for Count

DATELINE:  Series on Bette & Joan Continues…

A re-teaming of Crawford and Davis in a second movie was never going to work, despite filming on location in Louisiana and hypocritical attempts at camaraderie by the stars. 295 more words

Movie Satire

Movie History! Edwin S. Porter: an inventive director

Edwin S. Porter was also one of the most influential directors in the beginning of film, and will also be the last director that I’ll discuss before going over in the area where movies got sound. 846 more words

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This Day in Movie History - April 3rd, 1998 - Lost in Space Remake Movie Debuts

A big-budget remake of a 1960s science fiction television series made its debut on this day in movie history.

On April 3rd, 1998, Lost in Space was released in theaters in the United States. 86 more words

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This Day in Movie History - April 2nd, 2004 - Home on the Range Released

An animated film from Disney involving a group of cows working to save their farm was released on this day in history.

“Home on the Range” was released in theaters on the United States on April 2nd, 2004. 113 more words

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Five Great Directors Go to War

DATELINE:  History Backstory

Netflix has put together a three-part documentary, based on a Mark Harris book, Five Came Back about the impact World War II had on the careers and personalities of Hollywood’s legendary directors. 363 more words

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This Day in Movie History – April 2nd, 1993 – Cop and a Half Released in Theaters

A young boy gets his dream—to become a cop—and is involved in a real case in a film released on this day in history.

Cop and a Half, written by Arne Olsen, was released in theaters on April 2nd, 1993. 170 more words

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This Day in Movie History - March 28th, 1997 - Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie Released

The second feature film based on the hit Power Rangers action franchise was released in theaters 20 years ago today.

Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie, written by Shell Danielson and Shuki Levy and directed by Levy and David Winning, was released in theaters on March 28th, 1997. 184 more words

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