This week in Film History we are screening Citizen Kane. Although recent “Best Movie” lists don’t have it on top, it remains a stunning achievement of the Classical Hollywood period. Here’s to you Rosebud.
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In honor of the 60th anniversary of Singin’ in the Rain‘s world premiere on March 27, 1952, Donald Lockwood offers his best advice. Even in a hotel television in Lisbon, Portugal, Mr. Lockwood is right, always right. Photo credit: Amy … Continue reading
One of my favorite stills from a movie musical– Swing Time from 1936.