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The Magician (1926)

‘If you wish to see strange things, I have the power to show them to you.’

A beautiful sculptress living in Paris is saved from paralysis by a handsome American doctor. 867 more words

Movie Reviews

NICE SHOWS SOME AMERICAN LOVE WITH NEW EXHIBIT

Nice se met à l’heure américaine cette année! Nice is showing some American love this year!

When US Congress declared war on Germany on 6th April, 1917, the Niçois city fathers decided to rename its famous « Quai du midi » to « Quai des Etats-Unis ». 383 more words

Evénements/Events

Week of January 27, 1917

Jackie Saunders, 1916

Jackie Saunders, 1918

One hundred years ago this week, Grace Kingsley described a quiet work day for Balboa Studios actress, Jackie Saunders: 862 more words

That's A Wrap: Program for "Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse," 1921

by Paul R. Spitzzeri

This year marks the centennial of America’s entry into what was then called the Great War, and then later World War I. 1,061 more words

Collections

The All-Black Musical and Vincente Minnelli – Silver Screenings

Cabin in the Sky (1943) has always been a controversial musical.Because it features an entirely African-American cast, it was banned in several U.S. cities when it was first released.  27 more words

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The All-Black Musical and Vincente Minnelli

Cabin in the Sky (1943) has always been a controversial musical.

Because it features an entirely African-American cast, it was banned in several U.S. cities when it was first released.  658 more words

Musical

Ingram's Wrecks

Rex Ingram had some kind of fascination with the grotesque. The main identifying trait I had identified in the work I’d seen was a tendency to cut in bizarro comedy business at the worst possible moment. 396 more words

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