Cinema Magazine

Television: Actors, Directors, Characters


Gale Gordon, Mr. Mooney Himself

in Actors and Actresses by Audrey Marple
Born in 1906 as Charles T. Aldrich, Jr., Gale Gordon had show business in his genes. His… Read more

Vivian Vance the Quintessential Sidekick

in Actors and Actresses by Audrey Marple
Born in Cherryvale, Kansas as Vivian Roberta Jones, Vivian was part of a large family… Read more

The Green Hornet Strikes Again

in TV Series and TV Shows by Franck Benedittini
Introduction & Concept “The Green Hornet Strikes Again (1941)” is an action movie serial… Read more

Bonanza – A Western Legend

in TV Series and TV Shows by Franck Benedittini
Bonanza is a very famous and successful American western, action TV series, which aired… Read more

Cinema: Actors, Directors, Writers, Characters


Bruce Lee, The Master of Kung Fu

in Actors and Actresses by Franck Benedittini
Before Bruce Lee rose to fame there was little interest from people in the West in martial arts, and even fewer martial arts movies that made it in the West. November 27th, 1940 saw the event that would spell change, because Bruce Lee was born. It was the San… Read more
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Elizabeth Taylor – A Class Act

in Actors and Actresses by Audrey Marple
Elizabeth Taylor is an American actress, famous not only for her roles in several critically acclaimed Hollywood movies, but also for her beauty and her often high profile public and private live. She is the winner of two Academy Awards for best actress, as… Read more
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Andy Devine: A Famous and an Interesting Comic Character

in Actors and Actresses by Franck Benedittini
Andy Devine is one of the most famous American comic characters and has been popular for… Read more

Laurette Luez: Amazing Actress and Singer

in Actors and Actresses by Franck Benedittini
Early life She was an American successful commercial model and supporting actor who… Read more

Jean Simmons - Rose of England

in Actors and Actresses by Franck Benedittini
Jean Simmons born in the year 1929 at Lower Holloway, London, England, to Charles Simmons… Read more

Lee Van Cleef: the Best of the Bad

in Actors and Actresses by Franck Benedittini
Lee Van Cleef was a famous American actor who was born in 1925. He was quite popular for… Read more

Cartoons & Animations: Characters, Studios


Fleischer Superman Cartoon Episode Summaries

in Studios by Franck Benedittini
The Mad Scientist The first episode where we are first introduced to the man of steel. We… Read more

Gulliver’s Travels – A Unique Adventure

in Studios by Franck Benedittini
Gulliver’s Travels is a cel-animated feature film in Technicolor, made in 1939, by… Read more

Betty’s Boop oop a doop

in Studios by Franck Benedittini
Kids today only know Betty Boop from the tons of different Betty Boop merchandise that is… Read more

The Evolution of Superman

in Studios by Franck Benedittini
T The story of Superman has fascinated the world for over seventy years with no sign of… Read more

Movie Articles & Reviews


Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror (1922)

in Horror by Franck Benedittini
W When many people first think within the world of vampires the first thing that comes to mind is Dracula. The original wrote in 1897 by Irish novelist Bram Stoker had ended up giving imagination into the film world when F.W. Murnau wanted to take a story of… Read more

Adrift (2009)

There's a very thin line that separate slow pacing from boredom. And let's be honest:… Read more
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Free Laurel and Hardy Movies

The Flying Deuces: 1939 Summary: The boys are in Paris. Ollie proposes to the innkeeper's… Read more
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Hercules Unchained (1959) - Movie Review

Half man, half God: Hercules is back and ready to smash some heads in! Hercules Unchained… Read more

Nowhere in Africa (2001)

It was March 23, 2003, time for the Academy Awards, and everybody was excited to know the… Read more