Motion Picture Magazine — Future Favorites 🇺🇸
Future Stars and Favorites of the 1930s
The Unfamous of Hollywood (1934) 🇺🇸
Twenty Impertinent Questions (Movie Classic Magazine, 1933) 🇺🇸
Motion Picture Magazine — Men Behind the Stars (1936 to 1938) 🇺🇸
Short introductions of Movie Directors and Film Crew by Motion Picture Magazine: Richard Boleslawski | Clarence Brown | Frank Capra | George Cukor | Roy Del Ruth | William Dieterle | Victor Fleming | John Ford | Tay Garnett | E. H. Griffith | Gregory La Cava | Robert Z. Leonard | Mervyn LeRoy | Frank Lloyd | Archie Mayo | Hal Mohr | Wesley Ruggles | Mark Sandrich | John M. Stahl | Richard Thorpe | King Vidor | William Wyler
Spellbound (Alfred Hitchcock, 1945) 🇺🇸
Man in the Shadow (Jack Arnold, 1957) 🇺🇸
How to Design a Great Movie Poster
The Lady from Shanghai (Orson Welles, 1947) 🇺🇸
Night Must Fall (Richard Thorpe, 1937) 🇺🇸
King Kong (Merian C. Cooper and Ernest B. Schoedsack, 1933) 🇺🇸
It all started with a misunderstanding. When Cooper told actress Fay Wray that she would be starring with the “tallest, darkest leading man in Hollywood”, she had no inkling that she’d end up captured by a hairy monster who was nothing like Clark Gable at all! The name is Kong, King Kong.
James Bond — Moonraker (Lewis Gilbert, 1979) 🇺🇸
James Bond Inspired Gift Ideas
After years of delays due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Bond lovers finally got their fix and the latest installment to the franchise, “No Time To Die”, has been released in 2021. Time to get in your mission to discover James Bond inspired gift ideas that will really hit home with any die hard fan!
The Endless Summer (Bruce Brown, 1965) 🇺🇸
James Bond — The Spy Who Loved Me (Lewis Gilbert, 1977) 🇺🇸
Boy on a Dolphin (Jean Negulesco, 1957) 🇺🇸
Singapore (John Brahm, 1947) 🇺🇸
Flying Tigers (David Miller, 1942) 🇺🇸
World without Sun (Jacques-Yves Cousteau, 1964) 🇺🇸
Ferry to Hong Kong (Lewis Gilbert, 1959) 🇺🇸
In Macao, we saw Robert Mitchum and Jane Russell landing in the port city from the Hong Kong ferry. Here we climb aboard the good old steam ferry, Fa Tsan, with the promise of plenty of romance and adventure ahead – although we’ll be needing our sea legs.
The World of Suzie Wong (Richard Quine, 1960) 🇺🇸
When Robert Lomax steps off the Star Ferry onto the soil of Hong Kong for the first time, the thought never enters his head that the island will become his chosen home. It is, after all, hard to think about making a home for yourself when you live in a “borrowed place on borrowed time”.