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Cabaret (1972) wasn't the world's first offbeat musical, and it's far from the last. It certainly got the ball rolling, encouraging everything from Rocky Horror to Repo! The Genetic Opera to explore the genre's more sordid side. Bob...

Cabin In The Sky (1943) was Vincente Minnelli's (An American in Paris, Gigi), film debut as a director, and perceived at the time as an early attempt by Hollywood to feature African-Americans and their culture through quaint folktales and lots of m...

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 Caf...

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...

Buster Keaton is considered one the greatest comedians of the silent film eras. He could do and say more with the movement of an eyeball, than some could accomplish using all of their facilities. He'd made 82 films before signing on with MGM an...

Universal's most well-known monster movie s include Dracula, The Mummy, Frankenstein's Monster and even Creature from the Black Lagoon's Gill Man has his fans. Undoubtedly few people are familiar with the Ape Woman. The trilogy ...

It All Happens At Ricks Cafe Since it screened at the theater in 1943, the story of lovers Rick Blaine (Humphrey Bogart) and Ilsa Lund (Ingrid Bergman) in Casablanca has made cinematic history. The World War II drama about Europeans fleein...

An old, dark house. A lunatic on the loose. A fortune people will do anything to get their hands on. These are the ingredients comprising one of Universal's earliest screen shockers, 1927's silent feature The Cat and the Canary. You may be ...

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...

Cat People (1942), starring Simone Simon and Kent Smith, is a shining example of the sort of innovation producer Val Lewton brought to the horror genre. Pretty much just given a title and asked to create a movie from scratch, Lewton seized the oppo...

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