Cinema Magazine

Television: Actors, Directors, Characters


Lucille Ball, Everyone's Favorite Redhead

in Actors and Actresses by Franck Benedittini
Lucille Ball was born in Jamestown, New York on August 6, 1911. Due to her father's job,… 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

Petticoat Junction: American Great Comedy TV series

in TV Series and TV Shows by Franck Benedittini
Introduction: Petticoat Junction is an American comedy TV series that has been telecasted… Read more

Mary Jane Croft, One of the World's Most Famous Best Friends

in Actors and Actresses by Audrey Marple
Mary Jane Croft was born in 1916 in Muncie, Indiana. Her career began while she was still… Read more

Cinema: Actors, Directors, Writers, Characters


Bing Crosby – A High Class Act

in Actors and Actresses by Franck Benedittini
Bing Crosby is widely known for his holiday classic, “White Christmas”, a song that holds the Guinness World Record of selling over 100 million copies around the world. The song is an Academy Award winner and holiday favorite for many, but it is only one… Read more
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Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis – The Premiere Comedy Duo

in Actors and Actresses by Franck Benedittini
Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis both had separate comedy stage acts before meeting each other in New York in 1945. A year later, at the 500 Club in Atlantic City, the two teamed up for an act together, which quickly bombed with the rehearsed and pre-scripted… Read more

Jack Nicholson: the cinema's neurotic touch

in Actors and Actresses by Franck Benedittini
When it comes to a casting role that requires an actor with having the neurotic touch,… Read more

Charlie? Charlot? Charles Chaplin!

in Actors and Actresses by Audrey Marple
Charles Spencer Chaplin Jr. was born on East Street, Walworth, London as the son of a… Read more

Lassie, The World´s Most Famous Dog

in Characters by Audrey Marple
Lassie, the heroic dog that stole the heart of America and millions of fans abroad, is… Read more

The Three Stooges

in Actors and Actresses by Franck Benedittini
First there was Moe: The bowl cut leader of the Stooges, Moe had a penchant for grabbing… Read more

Cartoons & Animations: Characters, Studios


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
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Fleischer Superman Cartoons

in Studios by Franck Benedittini
17 Glimpses of Superness BBack in the early days of moving pictures (today we call them… 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

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Esther and the King (1960) - From Biblical to Hollywood

in Adventure by Franck Benedittini
No other source makes up for more intense and interesting stories than that of the Holy Bible. Numerous tales have been picked up by Hollywood to appear on the big screen and the film, Esther and the King, is the fourth version of this particular Bible tale.… Read more
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Hercules against the Moon Men (1964) - Movie Review

Young people are being sacrificed…. The Moon Queen is about to wake… All humanity is… Read more

Night of the Living Dead (1968) - Movie Review

Night of the Living Dead is a horror film that will send chills down the spine of its… Read more

Ten great villains you've might overlooked

Internet is full of lists about the greatest villains of all time. Names like Norman… Read more

Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror (1922)

W When many people first think within the world of vampires the first thing that comes to… Read more