black and white

The Wizard of Oz and the Amazing Technicolor Process

Of all of the wonderful elements that made The Wizard of Oz shine, one of the most memorable is its…

Read More »

MythBustters: Common Myths About the Wizard of Oz

This month we are going to dispel a few of the most common Wizard of Oz “myth” understandings. Myth: A Munchkin…

Read More »

Rudolph Valentino: A Silent Star Gone Too Soon

People from the world over end up in Hollywood some way or another, and some of them hit it big.…

Read More »

Louise Brooks: A Movie Star And Dancer

The silent era of films was an endearing one; much more innocent than today’s saturated market. That’s not to say…

Read More »

William S. Hart: The Silent Cowboy

Before the age of alien motherships and bullet-time combat scenes, there was the age of the old Western. The heart…

Read More »

Harold Lloyd: A Silent Screen Daredevil Comedian

It’s easy to forget in today’s world of intricately detailed animation that there was a much simpler time in the…

Read More »
Back to top button
Close