Hollywood Takes to the Air

The captain wants to inform you that tickets are available for our “Hollywood Takes To The Air” series on 8/14-8/17

Siskel & Ebert

the-dark-city:

missclarabow:

Clara Bow in two-strip technicolor | Red Hair (1928)

Sadly, this is considered a lost film.

lars134:

Jimmy Stewart and Ginger Rogers

lars134:

Jimmy Stewart and Ginger Rogers

Jack Black and Will Ferrell sing about the one song no one wants to hear at the Oscars.

dianapowell:

Happy Birthday William Horatio Powell | July 29th, 1892 March 5th, 1984

His careful attention to the neceties of grooming; his perfectly tailored suits, spotless cuffs, and collars; his orotund voice curled around well-turned phrases; the deferential way he bowed his head slightly when being introduced all would have helped him gain entry at any elite, leather-chair-and-brandy-snifter men’s club.

I’m not a ladies’ man. I haven’t the physical characteristics for one thing. Not handsome. Someone like Valentino should have played this part. Not Bill Powell.
Unfortunately, or perhaps it is fortunate that I have always been forced to stand on my acting ability. I haven’t a personality such as Jack Gilbert`s, for instance, that attracts women and makes them like me for myself. When I am on the screen I must make them forget me entirely and think only of my acting”

Powell is to dialogue as Fred Astaire is to dance. His delivery is so droll and insinuating, so knowing and innocent at the same time, that it hardly matters what he’s saying.

partycops:

tenaflyviper:

I would just like to draw attention to the fact that the poster for The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 (1986) totally apes the poster for The Breakfast Club (1985).

I think that deserves some recognition.

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