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A Tribute to Gene Wilder
Take a look at the illustrious and wonderful career of Gene Wilder, most known for his roles in "The Producers" and "Blazing Saddles" this
comedic leading man often paired with actor/director Mel Brooks.
A Tribute to Van Johnson
The "Voiceless Sinatra" helped him keep America entertained during WW2, was a survivor. Check out why and find out there is more to this man than a pretty face.
She'll always have Paris, and a whole lot more. Find out how this leading lady went from being the "apostle of degradation" to being one of the most loved actresses of her time.
A salute to the actor who helped to create a new kind of hero as a gunfighter with a heart of gold, but who couldn't believe his own press releases.
His photo on the cover helped sell movie magazines in the 40s and 50s.
The song and dance man, star of Singin' in the Rain , and buddy of Francis the Mule, died at the age of 78, after a show business career of over 75 years.
The tall, lanky actor could be very tough or very funny, and his voice was a thing of beauty.
Read our touching tribute as we remembered the troubled comedian who left us too soon but gave us so many great characters
into which he had the ability to completely immerse himself.
A Tribute to Jack Nicholson
The term "classic film" is a moving target. Classic films aren't only those made in the 20s, 30s, and 40s, and classic actors aren't all dead or retired. Case in point: Jack Nicholson, who will be 75 this year and who has been described by some as an "icon." We couldn't agree more.
Classic Baseball Movies
If the opening of Spring Training or the Fall Classic always make you nostalgic for the good old days, here's another look at our list of great baseball movies.
A Tribute to William Holden
The Golden Boy achieved stardom almost overnight, and was voted #25 on the American Film Institute's greatest actors list.
AFI 100 Years, 100 Laughs List
April is National Humor Month so join us in a look back at the AFI 100 Laughs list, plus our results from the Classic Movies poll.
A Tribute to Charlie Chaplin
He was the first movie star millionaire, the biggest star of the silent film era, and an astute businessman who made sure that
he would not be forgotten. He hasn't been.
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