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

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

The Veil: A Short but Catchy TV series

in TV Series and TV Shows by Franck Benedittini
The Veil was one of the most popular American suspense/horror anthology TV series by Hal… 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

Cinema: Actors, Directors, Writers, Characters


Richard Greene: A Glance at his decorated career life

in Actors and Actresses by Franck Benedittini
Brief history behind Greene’s career Born on august 25th 1918, Richard Greene was a successful film actor and an icon to be remembered in the history of film making. In his decorated career, Mr. Greene has appeared in more than 40 thrilling films which made… Read more
Bob Hope

Bob Hope – Thanks for the Memories

in Actors and Actresses by Franck Benedittini
Bob Hope is perhaps the most recognized and successful personality, entertaining audiences in radio, movies, and television. While he never receiving an Oscar for his roles, he has received numerous honors and awards, including 58 honorary doctorates, two… Read more

Bradford Dillman: A Veteran Actor 

in Actors and Actresses by Franck Benedittini
Early history Bradford Dillman is a distinguished American author and actor. He was born… Read more

Georges Méliès: His career as a director in Film production

in Directors by Franck Benedittini
Early life of Georges Méliès Born on December 8th 1861, Georges showed interest in films… Read more
Joan Collins Esther and the King

Joan Collins - Queen of a Dynasty

in Actors and Actresses by Audrey Marple
Joan Collins is an English actress, author, and columnist. Appearing in a variety of… Read more

Alain Delon in the Amazing Zorro

in Actors and Actresses by Franck Benedittini
When you mention spaghetti western to the casual movie buff, the first things that pop… Read more

Cartoons & Animations: Characters, Studios

popeye the sailor cartoon

Popeye: Popular Cartoon character of the Television

in Characters by Franck Benedittini
“Popeye the Sailor” is one of the famous characters of the comic strip. He gains an… 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

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

Movie Articles & Reviews


The Snows of Kilimanjaro (1952) - A Life’s Reflection

in Adventure by Franck Benedittini
Ernest Hemingway was known to make statements about his life and feelings of life within all of his books, with observation of the world around him. In his short story, The Snows of Kilimanjaro, there is more dialogue, with the protagonist reflecting on what… Read more

Brief History of Vampire Movies

T There have been many movies over the last century made and even remade since the first… Read more

The Brain that Wouldn’t Die (1962)

Original Release Date: 1962 Director: Joseph Greene The things that we do for love… After… Read more

They call me Trinity (1970) - Movie Review

The movie “They Call Me Trinity” was one of the most unique films of the 1970’s, because… 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