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Mildred Pierce (1945)

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“Personally, Veda’s convinced me that alligators have the right idea. They eat their young,” says Ida Corwin to Mildred Pierce. Joan Crawford was let out of her contract with MGM in the early 1940s and subsequently looked for challenging roles.  … Continue reading

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Hail, Caesar! (2016)

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“Here at Capitol Pictures, as you know, an army of technicians, actors, and top notch artistic people are working hard to bring to the screen the story of the Christ.  It’s a swell story,” says Eddie Mannix. Eddie Mannix was … Continue reading

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Return To Oz (1985)

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“If his brains ran down, how can he talk?” asks Jack Pumpkinhead.  Dorothy Gale responds, “It happens to people all the time, Jack.” For years, audiences clamored for more adventures to the land of Oz on the big screen, and … Continue reading

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A Christmas Carol (1938)

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“Please let me stay!” exclaims Ebenezer Scrooge to the Ghost of Christmas Past.  The ghost responds, “Nonsense!  You don’t want to stay!”  Scrooge replies, “Yes, I do!” There have been several feature-length adaptations of Charles Dickens’ classic story A Christmas Carol.  … Continue reading

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The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (2012)

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“I have… I have never used a sword in my life,” says Bilbo Baggins to Gandalf the Grey.  Gandalf responds, “And I hope you never have to.  But if you do, remember this: true courage is about knowing not when … Continue reading

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The Wizard of Oz (1939)

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“I haven’t got a brain…only straw,” says the Scarecrow.  Dorothy Gale asks, “How can you talk if you haven’t got a brain?”  He responds, “I don’t know.  But some people without brains do an awful lot of talking, don’t they?”  … Continue reading

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‘Race For Your Life, Charlie Brown’ & ‘Bon Voyage, Charlie Brown (and Don’t Come Back!!)’

(For the previous two Peanuts films, check out A Boy Named Charlie Brown & Snoopy, Come Home) Phil Roman is an animator, producer, and director who got his start working for Disney on the film Sleeping Beauty.  He then went … Continue reading