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'The Maltese Falcon': Humphrey Bogart & Femme Fatale Mary Astor Academy Screening

The Maltese Falcon with Humphrey Bogart, Mary Astor, Peter Lorre, Sydney Greenstreet An encore presentation of John Huston's 1941 Best Picture nominee The Maltese Falcon, will be presented by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences on Monday, September 13, at 7:30 p.m. at the Academy's Samuel Goldwyn Theater […]


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'The Maltese Falcon': Humphrey Bogart & Femme Fatale Mary Astor Academy Screening



'The Prisoner of Zenda' 1937: Douglas Fairbanks Jr. Centennial Academy Screening

The Prisoner of Zenda 1937 with Douglas Fairbanks Jr. vs. Ronald Colman. A moderately popular leading man in the early 1930s, mostly as either obnoxious or lackluster “heroes” in forgettable fare such as Loose Ankles and I Like Your Nerve, Douglas Fairbanks Jr. reached what could well be the peak […]


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'The Prisoner of Zenda' 1937: Douglas Fairbanks Jr. Centennial Academy Screening



Douglas Fairbanks Jr. & Monty Woolley: Christmas Cheer & Horror Mix + Silent Blockbuster at Packard

Douglas Fairbanks Jr. in The Prisoner of Zenda 1937. The son of silent screen superstar Douglas Fairbanks and a middle-league – and generally lackluster – leading man in the first half of the 1930s, Douglas Fairbanks Jr. was at his very best as the villainous Rupert of Hentzau in John […]


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Douglas Fairbanks Jr. & Monty Woolley: Christmas Cheer & Horror Mix + Silent Blockbuster at Packard



DRESSED TO KILL Mary Astor, Academy Award-Nominated SORRELL AND SON: Cinecon 2005

Dressed to Kill with Mary Astor, Academy Award-nominated Sorrell and Son and other rare movies at Cinecon 2005 There'll be rare movies aplenty at Los Angeles' mini-film festival Cinecon. For starters, apart from calamitous last-minute changes and cancellations, Cinecon-men and -women will be able to watch the 1928 gangster melo […]


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DRESSED TO KILL Mary Astor, Academy Award-Nominated SORRELL AND SON: Cinecon 2005