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What do you do when you've embezzled a whole lot of money and the auditors are breathing down your neck? The quick and easy solution is to hire a penniless playboy to impersonate a Russian prince to court an American heiress. In Café Metropole ...

In Call of the Wild (1935) Jack Thornton (Clark Gable) heads to the Alaskan Yukon and gets hooked on two things - finding gold and getting a winning hand at the card table. Neither seems to be coming his way until he rescues a sled dog from being s...

While considering their roles in Carrie (1976), Sissy Spacek and John Travolta probably never imagined they would long be remembered for their part in one of the most acclaimed horror movies. Based on the novel by horror-master Stephen King, and di...

Casablanca HD DVD Special Features How very interesting that Casablanca, a film viewed by Warner Brothers in 1943 as nothing special, and one that producer Hal B. Wallis had wanted to cast Ronald Reagan, Dennis Morgan and Ann Sheridan as the...

In The Cat and the Canary (1939) Bob Hope is teamed with Paulette Goddard in a spooky, haunted house mystery/comedy. The little kids will enjoy it for the scariness, the adults will relish the laughs. What makes this film stand out is the clever on...

  Universal Pictures 1982's Cat People has the right idea in mind when it comes to remakes: if you have to do one, make it your own. Just as its 1942 ancestor took its cues from the dark, vague, and mysterious chillers of ...

Chariots of Fire, the inspiring true story of two very different men competing in the 1924 Olympics, is available on Blu-ray Disc for the first time on July 10 from Warner Home Video (WHV). The title's release will coincide with this year's...

  For nearly two decades, the Charlie Chan films cranked out a stretch of cinematic comfort food unrivaled by any other vintage detective series. As fond as I'll always remain of Basil Rathbone's Sherlock Holmes adven...

Cruising has come a long way since 1935 when Clark Gable, Jean Harlow and Rosalind Russell sailed from Hong Kong to Singapore on a ship crewed by drunks and incompetents in China Seas. The attire of the passengers is elegant, the ship's ameniti...

Those who took a media history course in college can tell us just how brutal a beating TV gave movies in the 1950s. The fledgling medium gathered a captive audience in a flash, as more and more people stayed home instead of venturing outside f...

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