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A Note from a Reader — And Wadda Note It

A Note from a Reader — And Wadda Note It is!

As our regular followers well know, we really do welcome getting e-mails and hearing back from readers. We enjoy receiving praise, of course, but also complaints — about our reviews, opinions, subject selections, picture selections, you name it. These reinforce the communal ideal of our site, dedicated to”chats” between like-minded classic movie fans.  The rule […]

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Readers Sound Off!

Readers Sound Off!

Hello, everybody.  Joe Morella and Frank Segers, your classic movie guys, here today wrist-deep in our email bag, picking out the latest of our reader correspondence. Way back in July 14, 2011, we published a blog that asked this question: Susan Hayward — Forgotten Star? Judging from the emails we have received since then, the […]

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Not to Worry, Hedy. Just Stare Into The...

Not to Worry, Hedy.  Just Stare Into The Camera!

On Oct. 4, 1937, a 24-year-old Hedwig Kiesler disembarked at Los Angeles’ Union railroad station. The once naked Ecstasy heroine (there’s our gal above) was conservatively dressed — wearing a light-colored, three-quarter length skirt and matching jacket.  She was carrying a corsage of flowers. The newly christened Hedy Lamarr’s Hollywood movie career was about to begin. Hello, […]

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