Jimmy Durante

It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad, World: A Race to Madness

In today’s guest post, Jim Brymer shares his thoughts on the 1963 comedy classic It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World. Stanley Kramer was a well-known director in his day, one who specialized in “message” films — meaning that there…

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Four Frank Sinatra Film Favorites Are Now Available from the Warner Archive Collection

Old Blue Eyes is back again! Frank Sinatra shines in this collection of four new releases from the Warner Archive Collection. Take a look at these classics that will become a cherished part of your home video library! It Happened…

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Doris Day: I’ll See You in My Dreams

Doris Day and Rock Hudson

Doris Day, the sunny, shapely one-time big band singer, parlayed her powerful pipes and peppy personality into a position as one of the most prolific and popular screen presences of the ’50s and ’60s. She excelled in all facets of her career as song stylist, movie actress, TV star and animal activist.

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