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Classic Hollywood

Classic Hollywood

American Cinematheque celebrates Oscars real and imagined

The American Cinematheque's "A Tribute to the Oscars" this month at the Aero Theatre in Santa Monica isn't a commemoration of the Academy Awards but a celebration of famous characters — real and fictional — named Oscar. On Thursday, the Aero pays homage to writer Oscar Wilde with MGM's 1945 adaptation...

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Classic movies this week: Tod Browning on TCM

TCM is paying homage Monday to pioneering horror film director Tod Browning ("Dracula") with 10 of his films, including four of the unsettling silent classics he made with Lon Chaney at MGM: 1925's "The Unholy Three," 1926's "The Blackbird," 1928's "West of Zanzibar" and 1929's "Where East Is East,"...

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