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Hells Angels (1930), was Howard Hughes' ode to the Flyboys of World War One. Its thin plot would have remained the least interesting part of the movie, save that Hughes cast Jean Harlow, later...
H.G. Wells (1866-1946) was always one of Hollywood's favorite authors. Every one of his most well known books were made into movies, and so were more than a few of his lesser known works. Titles...
"Modern Times" was Charlie's first film after five years of hibernation in the 1930s. He didn't much like talkies, and despite the introduction of sound in 1927, his "City Lights" (1931) was...
There are two numbers in "Top Hat" where the dancing on the screen reaches such perfection as is attainable. They are by Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers for "Isn't This a Lovely Day?" and "Cheek to...
Although indirectly referring to ideas already present in previous films such as The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920) by Robert Wiene, wherein a sleepwalker controlled by an evil character,...
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