Classic Movie Monthly #4 is now available from Immortal Ephemera. This number features an original essay about Remember the Night (1940) with Barbara Stanwyck and Fred MacMurray, plus additional articles about Sweepings (1933) and Love Finds Andy Hardy (1940), and other regular features. This page reprints the Introduction to issue #4.
Posted on December 9, 2016, Kirk Douglas’ one hundredth birthday. Archived posts including “The Centenarians,” TV Listings, and some Douglas favorites.
Classic Movie Monthly #3 is now available from Immortal Ephemera. This number features an original essay about Born to Be Bad (1934) with Loretta Young and Cary Grant, plus additional articles about His Greatest Gamble (1934) and The Roaring Twenties (1939), and other regular features. This page reprints the Introduction to issue #3.
Classic Movie Monthly #2 now available from Immortal Ephemera. Halloween edition features essays about The Wolf Man (1941), Murders in the Rue Morgue (1932), and The Walking Dead (1936). This page reprints the Introduction to issue #2.
A look at David Meuel’s highly recommended third volume of film history Women Film Editors, published by McFarland, 2016.
I cover Richard Barthelmess in Heroes for Sale (1933) inside the latest issue of The Pre-Code Companion for Kindle. An excerpt is included here.
Announcing Helen Twelvetrees, Perfect Ingenue, a brand new paperback and eBook by Cliff Aliperti of Immortal Ephemera. A biography of Helen Twelvetrees with an examination of all 32 of her films.
Announcing The Pre-Code Companion #1, an eBook covering era classics Baby Face, Red-Headed Woman, and Waterloo Bridge, plus Stanwyck, Harlow, and Clarke. My contribution to the issue is the article about Red-Headed Woman.
The August 2015 Turner Classic Movies Summer Under the Stars lineup with preview of coming Immortal Ephemera coverage.
Two current blogathons provide pages upon pages of reading for classic movie fans! “The Film Preservation Blogathon” runs all week and the “My Favorite Classic Movie Blogathon” takes place on Saturday, May 16.