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Channel Title : turbotroz

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Published Date : 2017-11-29T07:10:38.000Z

A writer falls in love with a young socialite and they are married soon after, but her obsessive love for him threatens to be the undoing of both them and everyone . Cinematheque - Classic Movies Channel SUCSCRIBE to our Youtube Channel A new movie every week! Leave Her to Heaven Leave Her to Heaven is a 1945 . 40's movies not found in any of my other playlist categories, Favorites list was too large so I am creating smaller playlist to make locating movies a little easier. Classical Hollywood cinema, or the classical Hollywood narrative, are terms used in film history which designate both a visual and sound style for making motion .
    

Channel Title : Manic Movies

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Published Date : 2014-04-18T19:55:30.000Z

Three Guys Named Mike (1951) - Classic comedy movie When a small town girl becomes an airline stewardess she finds herself in relationships with three guys named Mike: an airline pilot, a college professor, and a successful businessman. When the three find out about each other, she must decide which one she loves most. Stars Van Johnson and Jane Wyman. Watch classic movies on http://www.manicmovies.com
    

Channel Title : PERFECT LIFE

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Published Date : 2019-01-17T20:00:03.000Z

MOVIE STARS, PART 4 (47 PHOTOS) In the early days of silent movies, the names of the actors and actresses appearing in them were not publicized or credited because producers feared this would result in demands for higher salaries. However, audience curiosity soon undermined this policy. By 1909, actresses such as Florence Lawrence and Mary Pickford were already widely recognized, although the public remained unaware of their names. Lawrence was referred to as the “Biograph Girl” because she worked for D. W. Griffith's Biograph Studios, while Pickford was "Little Mary." In 1910, Lawrence switched to the Independent Moving Pictures Company, began appearing under her own name, and was hailed as "America's foremost moving picture star" in IMP literature. Pickford began appearing under her own name in 1911. The Independent Moving Pictures Company promoted their "picture personalities", including Florence Lawrence and King Baggot, by giving them billing, credits and a marquee. Promotion in advertising led to the release of stories about these personalities to newspapers and fan magazines as part of a strategy to build brand loyalty for their company's actors and films. By the 1920s, Hollywood film company promoters had developed a "massive industrial enterprise" that "...peddled a new intangible—fame." Early Hollywood studios tightly controlled who was a movie star, as only they had the ability to place stars' names above the title; according to film historian Jeanine Basinger, this was done "only for economic reasons". 1940s, 1950s, 1960s, celebrity & famous people, life & culture, people, portraits
    

Channel Title : PERFECT LIFE

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Published Date : 2019-01-15T20:00:02.000Z

MOVIE STARS, PART 3 (50 PHOTOS) In the early days of silent movies, the names of the actors and actresses appearing in them were not publicized or credited because producers feared this would result in demands for higher salaries. However, audience curiosity soon undermined this policy. By 1909, actresses such as Florence Lawrence and Mary Pickford were already widely recognized, although the public remained unaware of their names. Lawrence was referred to as the “Biograph Girl” because she worked for D. W. Griffith's Biograph Studios, while Pickford was "Little Mary." In 1910, Lawrence switched to the Independent Moving Pictures Company, began appearing under her own name, and was hailed as "America's foremost moving picture star" in IMP literature. Pickford began appearing under her own name in 1911. The Independent Moving Pictures Company promoted their "picture personalities", including Florence Lawrence and King Baggot, by giving them billing, credits and a marquee. Promotion in advertising led to the release of stories about these personalities to newspapers and fan magazines as part of a strategy to build brand loyalty for their company's actors and films. By the 1920s, Hollywood film company promoters had developed a "massive industrial enterprise" that "...peddled a new intangible—fame." Early Hollywood studios tightly controlled who was a movie star, as only they had the ability to place stars' names above the title; according to film historian Jeanine Basinger, this was done "only for economic reasons". 1940s, 1950s, 1960s, celebrity & famous people, life & culture, people, portraits
    

Channel Title : Charles Lockwood

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Published Date : 2017-05-29T22:47:03.000Z

Hello Friends, I've uploaded this film for you to enjoy! It is definitely family-friendly! This is a well-written and acted story, with real people, real problems, .
    

Channel Title : Bjgtjme - Full Length Movies

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Published Date : 2018-02-26T14:50:25.000Z

Entire Movie, Full Movie, Full Length Feature Film, Classic Movie, English, Original Language, watch full movies for free. Cast: Cary Grant, Rosalind Russell, Ralph Bellamy Director: Howard Hawks Storyline: Having been away for four months, Hildy Johnson walks into the offices of the New York City based The Morning Post, where she is a star reporter, to tell her boss, editor Walter Burns, that she is quitting. The reason for her absence was among other things to get a Reno divorce, from, of all people, Walter, who admits he was a bad husband. Hildy divorced Walter largely because she wanted more of a home life, whereas Walter saw her more as a driven hard-boiled reporter than subservient homemaker. Hildy has also come to tell Walter that she is taking the afternoon train to Albany, where she will be getting married tomorrow to staid straight-laced insurance agent, Bruce Baldwin, with whose mother they will live, at least for the first year. Walter doesn't want to lose Hildy, either as a reporter or a wife, and if he does, doesn't believe Bruce is worthy of her. Walter does whatever he can at least to delay Hildy and Bruce's trip, long enough to persuade Hildy to stay for good. His plan ... COPYRIGHT: All of the films published by us are legally licensed. We have acquired the rights (at least for specific territories) from the rightholders by contract. If you have questions please send an email to: info@amogo.de

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