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Of Love and Other Demons: Ideal Love in Cinema

A teacher of mine once spent an entire class explaining why movies had such an incredible hold on him as a young adult. “I learned everything I know about love from the movies,” he told us. 553 more words

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classic for a reason -- "The Thin Man"

The Thin Man, 1934, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Starring William Powell, Myrna Loy, Maureen O’Sullivan. Directed by W.S. Van Dyke. B&W, 93 minutes.

This mystery/comedy showcases rapid-fire dialogue, continuous plot twists and an urbane couple whose names remain a part of American pop culture to this day. 557 more words

Classic Movies

And the Oscar Goes to...: The Best Years of Our Lives

Here we’ve come to what I consider the last contemporary World War II film in the Best Picture list. There were three: Mrs. Miniver (1942), … 249 more words

Film

Failure is Not The End of The World

Failure is Not The End of The World- Its the start of a new chapter!

Being a women when I see famous and successful women around the world, I always dreamed to be successful like them. 414 more words

Thoughts

Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House (1948)

A curious old relic made in the immediate aftermath of the Second War War, Mr. Blandings Builds his Dream House is a good example of a film that’s so outdated it has become almost subversive… 1,001 more words

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Happy Birthday (Today)!

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, MYRNA LOY!!!

(But it’s still Sunday With Loretta, so……)

Remember that time that Arthur Hornblow Jr., Eddie Sutherland, and Jean Negulesco shot a neighbor’s pet peacock? 53 more words

Happy Birthday, Myrna Loy!

Happy 110th birthday to my all-time favourite actress: the incredibly talented, inimitable, hilarious, gorgeous Myrna Loy!

2 August 1905: 6 more words

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