A Tribute to Ernest Borgnine
From "Marty" (1955) to "Mchale's Army", Ernest Borgnine has left a legacy of memorable performances.
A Tribute to Leslie Nielsen
A tribute article for actor Leslie Nielsen.
It took three films to make him a screen legend. But James Dean´s credits extend to Broadway, television and even a Cocoa Cola commercial.
And The Oscar Goes To Harold Russell
Harold Russell never acted a day in his life. But he won two Oscars for the same role.
Bela Lugosi vs Boris Karloff
Was there a rivalry?
Cary Grant and Alfred Hitchcock
A profile of the professional partnership between actor Cary Grant and director Alfred Hitchcock.
Cary Grant's Big Break
How Mae West decided to take all the credit for Cary Grant's stardom.
Classic Roles Snubbed By The Oscars
Rita Hayworth as Gilda, Marilyn Monroe as Roslyn Taber, Tippi Hedren as Marnie, and William Daniels as John Adams. Noteworthy performances which should have received Oscar nominations.
Dick Tracy Adapted To Silver Screen
Chester Gould's Dick Tracy gets the silver screen treatment throughout the age of classic film.
Doris Day and Rock Hudson
A brief article about the friendship between Doris Day and Rock Hudson.
Elvis In The Army
He was “The King.” But Elvis Presley also proved to be a man when he decided to serve his country in the army.
Elvis Presley and His Films
"Jailhouse Rock","Wild In The Country" and "Flaming Star" are the true gems of Elvis Presley's career and displayed the real talent the King of Rock 'n' Roll had as an actor.
Fred Astaire and His Dancing Partners
Joan Crawford, Rita Hayworth, Gene Kelly. Ginger Rogers wasn´t the only person Fred Astaire danced with.
Freddy's Coming For You
A brief history of the legendary character - Freddy Krueger.
From Soldier to Film Star
After spotting Audie Murphy on the cover of "Life" Magazine for his military service, James Cagney invited him to Hollywood. His life would change forever.
Gable's Troubles Turn To Gold
"It Happened One Night" (1934) was supposed to put Clark Gable in his place. It gave him a gold statuette instead.
In Loving Memory of Peter Graves
A look at Peter Graves' memorable performances.
In Remembrance of Peter Falk
A tribute to the life and work of actor Peter Falk.
It Is Never Too Late
Two-time Academy Award-winning actor Gene Hackman started out as a late bloomer but worked his way to the top.
Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau
With polar opposite personalities, Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau created unique chemisty onscreen while they managed to keep a lifelong friendship offscreen.
Jimmy Stewart's Military Career
Like his father and grandfather before him, Stewart felt it was necessary to serve his country when it needed him the most.
Kurt Douglas As Vincent Van Gogh
Kirk Douglas's dedication in delivering an Oscar-nominated performance in "Lust For Life" (1956).
Leslie Howard's Propaganda Films
In WW II, actor Leslie Howard made propaganda films to boost Britain's morale. But was he a target for the enemy that had to be taken out?
Master of the Macabre
A bio of Vincent Price
Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward
Our first guest article profiling the marriage of actor Paul Newman and actress Joanne Woodward.
Profile of Glenn Ford Films
A brief profile of three recommended films from actor Glenn Ford's extensive filmography.
Rediscovering The Stooges
Today, The Three Stooges are an iconic comedy team. But they could have been forgotten.
Remembering Actor Van Johnson
A tribute to the career for the legendary actor Van Johnson.
Run Silent Run Deep
The ongoing conflict between two stars on set permanently chances the production of the film.
The Chemistry of Loy and Powell
An article about the on-screen chemistry and films actress Myrna Loy and William Powell shared for fourteen years.
The Films of Andy Griffith
Mostly known for "The Andy Griffith Show", Andy Griffith also has a short but memorable film career.
The Friendship Between Bacall and Peck
About the strong bond between actress Lauren Bacall and Gregory Peck.
The Link Between Them
Sometimes art imitates life like it was during the production of "Giant" (1956).
The Man Who Laughs
How Conrad Veidt became the inspiration for Batman's greatest villain, The Joker.
The Spirit of James Stewart
How James Stewart strived to play his childhood hero in Billy Wilder's film that recreated Lindbergh's flight across the Atlantic.
Top Steven McQueen Films
Our choices for Top 4 Steve McQueen Films.
What To Do About Bogart?
A profile about the rocky journey Humphrey Bogart had with finding his place as an actor in Hollywood.
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