Vintage Movie Resources
An overdue tribute to the unsung players who are the real backbone of the screen.
Elmer Dyer is a cameraman. He shot “Hell’s Angels” and “Dawn Patrol,” from the air.
The Unfamous of Hollywood — Bebe Daniels and Pauline Gallagher — They Run a Red, White and Blue Shop (1934) 🇺🇸
Careers for women? Not one, but two or three — with a home and children on the side — is the latest Hollywood custom.
Howard Dietz — Supervisor of the advertising and publicity departments at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
He produced over four hundred films. Only a small part of profits these movies made ever found their way back to Griffith. When they did, he usually tossed the money, with reckless courage, into another picture.