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Classic Movie Madness
We just go mad for classic movies
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Watch The Temptation of St Anthony (1898) Georges Méliès online now.

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Marlon Brando's screen test for Rebel without a Cause 

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Completing our trilogy of cinematic firsts this month is what is considered by most people to be the first truly complete science-fiction movie. Georges Melies' " A Trip to the Moon" (1902)

Or "Le Voyage dans la Lune" as Georges himself would have put it. Either way this movie is still really entertaining even after 110 years.

See what the Classic Movie Master has to say about it here :

'Till next time fellow film fans

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I love this little silent gem of a film : A Trip To The Moon (1902), Georges Melies / Méliès

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A wonderful actress and pioneer. 
Born Today, April 8, in 1892 'America's Sweetheart' Mary Pickford: Movie Star, Film Pioneer, co-founder of United Artists and an original founder of AMPAS...

This thing that we call "failure" is not the falling down, but the staying down. -Mary Pickford
Mary Pickford
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Since we did the first Frankenstein movie last month we thought it only right to do a review of the first Dracula movie this month. And so Classic movie madness is proud to present Nosferatu.

F.W. Marnau's classic tale of a vampire aristocrat and his thirst for blood, and his weakness for lovely young ladies. "Borrowing" heavily from Barm Stoker's Dracula Marnau created a classic movie, with Max Schreck looking ever the monstrous part. No sparkly vampires here, I assure you.

Have a look at the Classic Movie Master's review of the film here :

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The first movie Frankenstein premiered on this day in 1910. 
Have a look at the story behind it and find out what the Classic Movie Master thinks of it.

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Check out the first filmed version of Frankenstein. 
Filmed in 1910 and directed by J. Searle Dawley. Starring Mary Fuller, Charles Ogle and Augustus Phillips.

Frankenstein 1910 aka Edison's Frankenstein

Classic Movie Madness loves Vincent Price and so should you!

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House on Haunted Hill(1959) Review is up. Go have a look and let us know what you think :
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