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"Aladdin" was born in the middle of the Disney Renaissance, and its creation brought forth a unique perspective to a time where Disney was attempting to breathe new life into its animated films.
In any another year, RKO Studio's epic adaptation of Victor Hugo's novel " The Hunchback of Notre Dame " would have been more memorable.
Samuel Goldwyn Films has entered an agreement with Shout! Factory to release the classic Lesley Ann Warren version of Rodgers & Hammerstein 's Cinderella on home video.
PERFORMING Shakespeare doesn't appear to be easy at the best of times, but it must be even harder when you're playing five different roles in the one play.
Rare is it in VegasVille that we are treated to such a spate of groovy events on a Tuesday night.
Revolver, released in August of 1966, is seen by many today as the Beatles' big-bang moment .
An app celebrating Llandudno's links with the Alice in Wonderland story has been delayed, after key figures for tourists to follow were altered.
Buxted Park Hotel, near Uckfield, is promising guests a curious and peculiar afternoon with a delicious Alice-inspired tea served on the lawn.
Cambridge Film Festival isn't all about Hollywood smash hits and box office golden eggs.
Before Crystal's tribute, the Emmys also remembered other stars who died this year, including Paul Walker, James Avery, Ann B. Davis, Shirley Temple, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Lauren Bacall, and Sid Caesar, in a video segment that played as Sara Bareilles sang Nat King Cole's "Smile" live.
Ridley Scott is a lot like Clint Eastwood and Woody Allen in that he's become an incredibly prolific filmmaker in his 70s, but he differs from those two directors in that the projects he's tackling are massive .
On this day in 1939, The Wizard of Oz , which will become one of the best-loved movies in history, opens in theaters around the United States.
It was the kind of moment that has defined the lives of many young performers and future stars.
The article focused on the then-Mayor Hylan who accused mayoral candidate Frank D. Waterman for paying bribes.
Ray Bolger, Jack Haley, Judy Garland, and Bert Lahr in costume as they dance along the yellow brick road in a publicity still from the film "The Wizard of Oz," 1939.
"The finest known copy of the most sought after comic book in the world," the eBay listing claimed.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 03:07 am
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