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The 2014 TCM Classic Film Festival, Part One: Films, Families, and Fun

tcmff14 screening

My favorite film of the festival's first two days was... Read More »

Theater Review (LA): Eugene O’Neill’s Long Day’s Journey Into Night

The ghosts of O'Neill's epic walk again in an excellent production at the Actor's Co-op in Hollywood. Read More »

Book Review: I Know Where I’m Going: Katharine Hepburn, A Personal Biography by Charlotte Chandler

More a collage of quotes than a biography, Katharine Hepburn and her stories still fascinate. Read More »

Spinsterhood and Cradle-Robbing: A Tale of Two Hepburns

Hollywood's disarray and the 1950s' strange sexual politics defined many movie roles for the two Hepburns, Kate and Audrey. Read More »

The Immortal Katharine Hepburn

“Acting is the most minor of gifts. After all, Shirley Temple could do it when she was four.” — Katharine Hepburn Read More »

DVD Review: The African Queen

A superbly restored version of the classic, available on DVD for the first time. Read More »

Theater Review (Queens, NY): The Lion in Winter

The Parkside Players' revival of The Lion in Winter may be the least enjoyable evening I have ever spent in the theatre. Read More »