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classic film flair for the modern world
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Memories and musings from #TCMFF 2016... I'm calling this my "scrapbook" from the festival!

And we’re back! Another TCMFF is done and on the books… of course right when I was starting to get into the routine and rhythm of festival life. When the dates for TCMFF 2016 were announced, I’d thought it was incredibly good timing for me—it…

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Headed to #TCMFF? Check out my guide to the musicals playing this year! #tcmffsp

Good morning—it’s time for TCMFF! I will once again be serving as a Social Media Producer, so keep an eye out for me if you’re planning to attend the festival. More details on what I’m doing later today… As I do almost automatically now, when the schedule…

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For the France on Film blogathon (or should I say "France"?): AN AMERICAN IN PARIS

I’ll admit I felt a little cheeky snagging An American in Paris for Serendipitous Anachronism‘s “France on Film” blogathon, despite what might seem like an obvious choice given the title. That’s because, as you may already know, An American in Paris‘…

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That's all there is, folks! #SinatraBlogathon Day 4 (and Final) Recap

That’s all there is, folks! Hope everyone had fun celebrating Frank’s official centennial yesterday, and catching up on all the great posts we’ve had throughout this blogathon. Thanks so much to everyone who posted, commented, read, or retweeted—Judy and…

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Today’s the big day! Yes, today marks Frank Sinatra’s official 100th birthday—and, of course, equally importantly, Day 3 of the Sinatra Centennial Blogathon. A Shroud of Thoughts uncovers the history and lasting significance of one of Sinatra’s most fun…

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MY post for the #SinatraBlogathon: Sinatra's Los Angeles Landmarks

Frank Sinatra may have been Hoboken’s most famous son, but his long career in the film and music industries meant that he spent much of his life in Southern California. I went on a pilgrimage this past week following his footsteps, hitting both the…

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The Sinatra Centennial Blogathon starts tomorrow! A few last details... #SinatraBlogathon #Sinatra

It’s here! The Sinatra Centennial Blogathon starts tomorrow (or has already started today, depending on your time zone). Judy of Movie Classics and I are looking forward to a great group of Sinatra-related posts from December 10 to December 13—December 12…

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The rare musicals on TCM for November, including Gordon MacRae in DESERT SONG

An interesting assortment of rare musicals on TCM this month, featuring some Pre-Codes as well as quite a bit of Gordon MacRae. In Behind-the-Scenes news, I think I’m getting closer to having to revise my criteria for deeming a musical “rare”—currently I…

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For the CMBA Planes, Trains and Automobiles blogathon, I look at Vidor western DUEL IN THE SUN

This post is part of the Classic Movie Blog’s Assocation’s fall blogathon: Planes, Trains, and Automobiles. Visit CMBA to see all the entries. The wide open expanse and often harsh climate of the western American frontier usually necessitated some mode of…

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Ring-a-ding-ding, announcing the Sinatra Centennial Blogathon!

Come fly with us and join the Sinatra Centennial Blogathon! As you’re probably aware, December 12 this year would have been Frank Sinatra’s 100th birthday. Many celebrations are being staged around the world to mark his Centennial – and now classic movie…
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