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        He spent his first few decades in films as a suave and classy leading man then effortlessl... more

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        The elder Gordon Parks was a photographer, journalist, filmmaker, screenwriter, novelist,... more

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        The original sex kitten (the term was actually coined for her)--Bardot's sultry appeal... more

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      • That Uncertain Feeling -- (Movie Clip) The Keeks Was...

        Jill (Merle Oberon), at home with insurance exec husband Larry (Melvyn Douglas), starting to think her new psychiatrist is right to have doubts about her marriage, early in Ernst Lubitsch's That Uncertain Feeling, 1941. watch now in the media room
      • Soul In Cinema: Filming Shaft on Location - (Original...

        Behind the scenes on the making of Shaft (1971) with director Gordon Parks and an early take of Isaac Hayes' award-winning theme song. watch now in the media room
      • Blonde Venus (1932) -- (Movie Clip) Rather A Long Swim

        Americans touring the Black Forest, Sterling Holloway as "Joe" and Herbert Marshall as forward "Ed," meet frolicking nymphs led by Marlene Dietrich, then director Josef von Sternberg with deft narrative compression, young Dickie Moore in the wake, opening Blonde Venus, 1932. watch now in the media room
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