Monthly Archives: June 2012

You’re a Film Buff If…

High Noon

Do you love classic movies? Of course you do, that’s why you’re here! But in case you are still uncertain, today’s guest post by Rick 29 will help you make up your mind once and for all: Let’s dispense with…

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This Week In Film History, 06.24.12

June 24, 1916: Mary Pickford signs Hollywood’s first “million-dollar contract,” guaranteeing her at least $10,000 a week over its two-year term. June 30, 1929: Alfred Hitchcock‘s Blackmail, which nearly saw completion as a silent film, was re-shot with sound, becoming…

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