Joan Crawford Might Not Have Been A Monstrous Mother After All

 After fleeing a childhood in the Midwest which can best be described as Dickensian and following a stint as a…

From Queer Teens To Defiant Lesbian Queens: There’s Something For Everyone At The TCM Film Fest

If you’ve read The Celluloid Closet, Vito Russo’s seminal primer for queer cinema, or watched the 1995 documentary it inspired, and wanted…

Montgomery Clift: The Most Beautiful Man in The Movies

 Well remembered for the staggering effect his film performances in classics such as A Place in the Sun and From…

Liza Minnelli Celebrate Four Decades of Sally Bowles And Cabaret

Liza Minnelli and a star-studded audience of Old Hollywood favorites helped launch the third annual TCM Classic Film Festival with…

Feud: Bette And Joan Reignites Famed Warfare Between Davis And Crawford

The rivalry between silver screen icons Joan Crawford and Bette Davis has provided fodder for film buffs over the years,…

Natalie Wood’s Life And Death Are Remembered By Mart Crowley

It’s nearly impossible to make it through the holiday season without thinking about Natalie Wood, the brunette beauty whose on-screen…

Gene Anthony Ray: Remember His Name

First impressions are everything in show business and Gene Anthony Ray knew how to make an indelible one. In his…

Why ‘What Ever Happened To Baby Jane?’ Remains A Cinematic Landmark

It’s Halloween weekend and like a lot of people I’ve been spending an inordinate amount of time watching scary movies….

Dolly Parton Ain’t Nobody’s Fool

In her 1978 book titled Singers and Sweethearts, writer Joan Dew made what must have seemed then like a far-fetched comparison…

James Dean’s Last Day On Earth Gets Recreated By Two Obsessed Fans

More than six decades have passed since James Dean shuffled off this mortal coil, yet the actor remains as vivid an icon…

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