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While it may appear at first glance to be a musical, The Great Ziegfeld is in fact an even more staid genre that the Academy loves: a biopic. 1,503 more words


The Thin Man, They Never Got Near My Tabloids

The Thin Man is a 1934 film, directed by WS Van Dyke, based on the detective book by Dashiell Hammett by the same name. The movie is centred around Nick Charles, played by William Powell, a retired private detective and his wife, Nora, played by Myrna Loy. 257 more words


Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House (1948)

“Nothing worth anything ever goes down easy.” —Mat Kearney, musician

Being in your 20s and 30s is a lot like building a metaphorical house. You’re trying to find your tribe, your home base, and your purpose. 477 more words


The Best Years of Our Lives (1946)

The very first English language film I remember watching was a war film (a farcical comedy called Our Miss Fred, which I’ve never managed to get hold of since). 2,023 more words

Dusted Off

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Past Imperfect - #461

PR Consultant: “Wow. What exactly were you thinking when you posed for this photo?”

Myrna: “Well, initially I thought it would be a brave depiction of what Hollywood actresses look like without all the glamour and makeup.” 274 more words


Haute Humor Hats n Hollywood

Myrna Loy and William Powell light up the silver screen with their chemistry. It’s their witty one liners that bring Nick and Nora Charles alive & their facial expressions that add the sizzle. 119 more words