About

Classic film shaped our society, pop culture and our knowledge. There would be no glamor and Rodeo Drive without Cecil B. Demille’s first farm house that he built in a barren Los Angeles in the 1920s.

For me Turner Classic Movies is my education, silent movies talk and Joan Crawford isn’t what her daughter made her out to be in “Mommie Dearest.”

With a mix of classic movie and  journalism writing knowledge, a Comet Over Hollywood is still burning.

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  1. Hello,
    I am the Blog Administrator at Movies Unlimited, a mail order retailer of classic movies. We’ve recently started a blog (www.MovieFanFare.com) and I thought some of your posts would be of interest to our readers. Would it be possible to reprint one of your posts on our blog? We would naturally provide a link back to your blog and provide a short bio if you supply it. The only changes we would make to your content would be adding any links we deem relevant to provide information to our readers (ex – links to our retail website or Wikipedia). Please let me know what you think of all of this, and keep up the amazing work!

    I look forward to hearing from you.
    Chris

  2. Hi there!

    I just wanted to reach out and see if you might be at all interested in participating in an upcoming blogathon. From February 28 – March 6, my blog, The Kitty Packard Pictorial, is hosting The Jean Harlow Blogathon, in celebration of the actress’ 100 birthday, the release of a brand new book (Harlow in Hollywood: The Blonde Bombshell in the Glamour Capital by Darrell Rooney and Mark Vieira) and a new exhibit at the Max Factor Hollywood Museum.

    I’m sure you’re terribly busy, but hey, just wanted to see if you might possibly be able to participate!

    Details are here: http://kittypackard.wordpress.com/2011/02/21/the-jean-harlow-blogathon-february-28-march-6/

    Wamest wishes,
    Carley :)
    The Kitty Packard Pictorial

    • The photo was taken by Cecil Beaton and it’s actually his sister Nancy! It’s called Star Girl and it’s from 1929. Not from a movie but I thought it had that luminous Hollywood star feel to it :)

  3. Hi!
    I am a bit worried as I am not getting any traffic on my blog on Sal Mineo for your Gone too Soon Blogathon. Is the address I listed wrong? I am a new blogger, portraitsbyjenni, and I did a blog a couple weeks back for Classic Film & Television Cafe’s Dogathon. That blog got a lot of nice comments. Thanks for any help you might be able to dish out! jennifromrollamo

  4. Hey!

    Nick from http://www.cinekatz.com here. Doing some scout work for the LAMB. We’re wanting to make an email newsletter for community features as well as a list we’re making similar to Sight & Sound’s best movies of all time list. Just need an email! Email me at npowe131 at gmail.com

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