Here are some interviews with star Rock Hudson from the ’50s, ’60s and ’70s, during which he talked about his favorite (and least favorite) parts of his hugely successful career.
Back in the late ’80s, who would have thought that young Robert Downey, Jr – the kid who acted in a few random films – would, a couple of decades later, be one of America’s biggest movie stars?
After a teen gets a record score on a video game called The Last Starfighter, an intergalactic visitor tells him the game was just a test – and asks him to come help fight a space battle.
Walt Disney’s first full-length animated movie, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, debuted in 1938. A technicolor marvel, it’s considered a classic work of animation.
The Back to the Future movies from Steven Spielberg & Robert Zemeckis were incredibly successful, and remain family favorites 30 years later. Find out more about the stories here!
To help keep an eye on the war, during both WWI and WWII, the Navy asked to borrow binoculars from American citizens, paying them $1 per pair – which was much cheaper and simpler than buying new optics for the military.
Bambi is pure Disney – a world of fun, beauty and imagination which Disney has made his own. Find out why it took so long to get just right!
Steven Spielberg and George Lucas have seemingly boundless energy, and that energy is unharnessed in ‘Raiders of the Lost Ark’ – a startling spectacle, starring Harrison Ford as Indiana Jones.
Disney’s ‘The Little Mermaid,’ based on the Hans Christian Andersen fairytale, is a movie with the richest colors, the brightest melodies, and the most vivid illustrations.
Sleeping Beauty is a must for a Disney fan. Most unforgettable character: The witch Maleficent. Compared to her, Dracula’s daughter was a social worker.
When I was a kid, we had the same desire to loot and pillage and rape as these kids today, we were as savage as kids always are, but at the same time, we knew that our parents and all other grownups were unalterably opposed to it, and we didn’t do it.
Walt Disney’s ready to spring his latest full-length animated movie, Cinderella, on the world. And the face-lifting it got in Hollywood may have the original author rattling in his grave.
Movie review: Carousel “Carousel” is CinemaScope’s “answer” to Todd-AO and its “Oklahoma!” — and, on the strength of the rough cut we caught, a pretty
Remember the Campbell Kids? They appeared in Campbell’s Soup advertising for decades, always with those little round faces attached to products of every kind.
San Francisco braces itself for influx of hippies Editor’s Note — San Francisco has survived the gold rush and the earthquake, now it’s in for
The rock ‘n’ roll collecting craze When most rock fans talk about their collections, they mean their record collections. But when some fans brag about
Groucho Marx & Marilyn Monroe Co-starring in the movie “Love Happy“ Marilyn Monroe with Groucho Marx The Marx Bros are Love Happy Their
David Lightman (Matthew Broderick) and Jennifer Mack (Ally Sheedy) Booking two airline tickets to Paris Shall we play a game? David
Third Man on the Mountain “Third Man on the Mountain” represents the first successful effort to capture the mystical quality of James Ramsey Ullman’s stories
The reel dope: Anything Goes “Anything Goes” is the Cole Porter musical revisited 20 years later by Bing Crosby — this time with Donald O’Connor, Jeanmaire,
Old Yeller movie “Old Yeller” is mostly for the older youngsters. In it Walt Disney’s latest “live” hero is an “ugly lop-eared mongrel,” played by
Don’t gum up a book This breaks the back of a book A book mark would be better Rain is bad for a book Be
Champagne for Caesar Ronald Colman loves Celeste Holm in Champagne for Caesar — the bubbliest, frothiest, tickliest comedy!