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Pete Kelly’s Blues (Webb, 1955)

Jack Webb, the versatile actor, director, producer and founder of his own Mark VII Productions which oversaw the many famous programs and franchises that Webb created was also apparently a jazz fan. Having grown up with a love for musicians … Continue reading

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Dynamic Duos In Classic Film: Jimmy Stewart and Henry Fonda

This post is a part of the Dynamic Duos In Classic Film Blogathon, hosted by Once Upon a Screen and Classic Movie Hub. There have been many famous friendships in Hollywood, and one of the longest and most cited is … Continue reading

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Why Don’t People Watch Old Movies Anymore?

Roger Ebert retweeted this article yesterday, and it addresses questions of my own that I have had for a while. Why is it that classic movies seem to be losing prominence with the general public? The author cites changes in movie … Continue reading

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