Monthly Archives: March 2016

Update #2: KING OF JAZZ (1930) Reigns Again w/ Restoration + New Book

Updated 8/24/16 – New info in italics. It’s a story right out of the movies: forgotten star gets a second chance at fame. Only this time, the star is actually a film – and the second chance is both a new … Continue reading

Posted in Classic Film, Museum of Modern Art | 8 Comments

Update: Classic Horror + Sci-Fi Films Streaming Free on Comet TV

Updated 3/9/16 -New info in italics. You may not know what a digital sub-channel is, but, if you enjoy classic movies and TV shows, there’s a good chance you’ve watched one. More than two dozen nostalgia-themed TV networks have debuted since 2009, when … Continue reading

Posted in Cord-Cutting, Streaming | Tagged | 14 Comments

Film Censorship in Focus – This Month on TCM

I’ll never forget the day our pastor Fr. Tunney told my mom I shouldn’t watch The Benny Hill Show. For a newly minted adolescent in the pre-cable Dark Ages of 1980, this was an unconscionable attack on my God-given right … Continue reading

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Lost Marx Brothers Musical Returning to the New York Stage

On May 19, 1924 the Marx Brothers made their Broadway debut in I’ll Say She Is, a musical comedy revue at the Casino Theater in New York. The show closed on February 7, 1925 after 313 performances and has never … Continue reading

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