Monthly Archives: February 2010

This Week In Film History 02-28-10

March 2, 1906: Biograph Studios wins appeal of kinetoscope inventor Edison’s patent claims, preventing (temporarily) a potential monopoly on the making of movies. March 5, 1919: Pioneering black producer/director Oscar Micheaux releases his first film, The Homesteader. March 5, 1922:…

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You know the drill. Below is a classic movie photo with Jason’s caption. You’re encouraged to leave your own suggestion in the comment section below! Kate & Leo soon found out why it was so cheap to book a reservation at a…

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