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Born 80 Years Ago Today, Hitchcock’s Hamlet, Anthony Perkins

  It is the Hamlet of horror roles. —Anthony Perkins (1932-1992) Question of the day — if James Dean had lived, would he have been brave, crazy, or desperate enough…

Forget “Foreign” — The Best Film of 2011 Was Made in Iran

At this time, many Iranians all over the world are watching us and I imagine them to be very happy …. I proudly accept this award to the people of…

A Times Square Fantasia With Harpo Marx, Charlie Parker, and the 1911 Club

I don’t have the evidence to prove it but I’d bet that the majority of first-run movies made between 1920 and 1950 are set in New York City and that…

Color Taken to the Highest Power: A Blu-Ray Holiday in St. Louis

I never thought I’d say it, but the newly released Blu-ray DVD of Vincente Minnelli’s Meet Me in St Louis (1944) has to be one of the most beautiful motion pictures…

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