Constance Talmadge – Film’s First Heroine
Background D.W. Griffith’s 1916 masterpiece, Intolerance, is a marvel of nonlinear narrative, innovative film editing, eye-popping sets and great acting.
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Quo Vadis (1951)
Film Title: Quo Vadis Year: 1951 Studio: Metro Goldwyn Mayer Silent or Talkie: Talkie Genre: Epic/Historical Starring: Robert Taylor Deborah
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The Quiet Man (1952)
Film Title: The Quiet Man Year: 1952 Studio: Republic Pictures Silent or Talkie: Talkie Genre: Drama Starring: John Wayne Maureen
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Barbara Stanwyck – A Biography
Late author Al Diorio unravels the genius of Barbara Stanwyck in his 1983 book, Barbara Stanwyck – A Biography. This
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A Woman’s War: The Female Experience in World War II
There is an old adage that behind every successful man is a good woman. If throngs of successful men are
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Stepin Fetchit: The First Black Superstar
Hollywood has never been short on stereotypes. Modern day filmmakers are no less to blame than their predecessors, propagating beauty
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