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Cliff Aliperti
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Old movies, old movies and, oh, old movie collectibles.
Old movies, old movies and, oh, old movie collectibles.

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A look at the first of three movies to star Sylvia Sidney and George Raft, Paramount pre-Code PICK-UP (1933) - http://immortalephemera.com/66378/pick-up-1933-sylvia-sidney/

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New post looks at ARE THESE OUR CHILDREN? (1931) from director Wesley Ruggles for RKO. This film marks Eric Linden's screen debut, as well as the first billed appearance of Arline Judge. My post includes some biography for each of those stars, along with a look at some of the action in this wild pre-Code - http://immortalephemera.com/66328/are-these-our-children-1931/

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Classic Movie Monthly #5 eBook now available for your Kindle (just $1.79) - getBook.at/cmm5 - Issue includes a brand new extended essay about THE STORY OF TEMPLE DRAKE (1933) starring Miriam Hopkins. This controversial pre-Code film was adapted from William Faulkner's "Sanctuary." My essay compares some of the changes between the book and film. Also included are revised essays covering SNOWED UNDER (1936) and H.M. PULHAM, ESQ. (1941), a brand new look at a vintage movie collectible, and my "TCM Ten" for February, which includes a capsule review of THE PRIZEFIGHTER AND THE LADY (1933). This short link should lead you directly to the sales page for your local Amazon site: getBook.at/cmm5

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Kirk Douglas celebrates his 100th birthday today! TCM does not. A round-up of Kirk Douglas on TV for December 9, 2016, along with some commentary, including a few of my Douglas favorites - http://immortalephemera.com/66160/kirk-douglas-turns-one-hundred/

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Just published nd now available for your Kindle, Immortal Ephemera's Classic Movie Monthly #3 - new issue includes an all-new original article about BORN TO BE BAD (1934) with Loretta Young and Cary Grant, plus articles about HIS GREATEST GAMBLE (1934) with Richard Dix, Raoul Walsh's THE ROARING TWENTIES (1939) with James Cagney, a new featured collectible, and my TCM Ten 1930s recommendations for December - Preview and/or buy it on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MYO5I7P

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Latest review on the site includes a lot of pre-production info on NO MAN OF HER OWN (1932), the Paramount pre-Code co-starring Clark Gable and Carole Lombard years ahead of their becoming a couple. With Dorothy Mackaill and Grant Mitchell as well, directed by Wesley Ruggles - http://immortalephemera.com/66060/no-man-of-her-own-1932-gable-lombard/

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The second issue of my new monthly eBook, Classic Movie Monthly, is a horror-themed issue for Halloween. It includes a brand new article about THE WOLF MAN (1941), plus essays about MURDERS IN THE RUE MORGUE (1932) and THE WALKING DEAD (1936) - Chaney Jr., Lugosi, and Karloff, all in one issue, plus a vintage collectible highlighted and ten November TCM picks from the 1930s - Available on Amazon for your Kindle at $1.79. - https://www.amazon.com/Classic-Movie-Monthly-Immortal-Ephemera-ebook/dp/B01M7SG8X2/ - Issue #3 coming November 20.

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Countdown to Helen Twelvetrees on TCM, 6 rare movies playing October 24, 2016, 6:00 am ET - http://immortalephemera.com/helen-twelvetrees-on-tcm-october-24-2016/

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Brand new post - Jean Harlow lobbies for lead in RED-HEADED WOMAN (1932) and emerges as a top MGM star. A look at the movie and its background -
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