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West Side Story (1961) is considered by many fans as the most cinematic of all movie musicals. The melodramatic musical, based on the Broadway play of 1957, takes its story from the pages of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet's tragedy of feudi...

For the last few years, the Warner Archive Collection has served as custodian of one of comedy's unsung duos. Piece by piece and film by film, the boutique label has resurrected the resume of Bert Wheeler and Robert Woolsey, two cinematic ...

For ten years, comedians Bert Wheeler and Robert Woolsey enjoyed success both on the stage and in the movies. The curly-haired nerd and bespectacled lothario’s output might not have been as prolific as that of the Three Stooges or Abbott &...

You can tell a movie is a success when either a dialogue line or a scene is repeated, copied or morphed for years following its release. No simulated scene of sexual satisfaction by a fully clothed female will ever stand up to Meg Ryan's (Sally...

Where the Sidewalk Ends (1950) is film noir at its best. How can a brutal cop murder a suspect yet remain the hero throughout? Leave it to the one-two punch of Otto Preminger and Ben Hecht to get it right and work their magic. Director Preminger ma...

Celebrate 60 years of the treasured musical classic Irving Berlin's White Christmas with the spectacular new Diamond Anniversary Edition arriving on Blu-ray Combo Pack October 14, 2014 from Paramount Home Media Distribution. Starring legen...

Once upon a time zombies weren't the flesh-eating ghouls as depicted in Land of the Dead, Dawn of the Dead, and scores of straight-to-DVD imitators ripping off George Romero's vision. Instead, zombies were simply mindless lunkheads under th...

"The Wild Bunch" 2-Disc Special Edition, Sam Peckinpah's original director's cut stars William Holden, Ernest Borgnine, Robert Ryan, Edmond O'Brien and Ben Johnson. The story is a forceful tale of desperados bound together by ...

There are few contenders who can truly be declared one of Old Hollywood's greatest class acts, but William Powell most assuredly makes the cut. So dry was his wit, so collected was his demeanor, he could portray traditional upper-crust cha...

In the 1940s, Jane Froman was what we would now call a superstar. From this story of courage, triumph and love came With a Song in my Heart (1952). The film traces Froman's life from an early audition where she meets Don Ross (David Wayne) who ...

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