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Doris Day, Golden Age Hollywood Icon, Dead at 97
She acted, she sang, she did it all.
8 of the Craziest Old-Hollywood Publicity Stunts
Including shaving women’s heads in busy movie theaters and hiring lewd skywriters.
Where Were All the Pregnant Women in Classic Movies?
In Old Hollywood movies, thanks to a conservative, male-generated Production Code, having a baby was an exercise in innuendo.
How the Dishy Documentary
Scotty and the Secret History of Hollywood
Director Matt Tyrnauer on how he found “pimp to the stars” Scotty Bowers, and the stories that got cut.
The 10 Essential William Holden Performances
In time for what would be his 100th birthday, celebrate the classic Hollywood icon by watching his greatest work.
Odds Against Tomorrow
Is a Hidden Noir Gem That Considers Anti-Black Racism
The Harry Belafonte–produced and starring film subverts and complicates what came before it.
Rose Marie on Telling Off Sexual Harassers in the 1950s and Tweeting
“I said, ‘You son of a bitch, you couldn’t get it up if the flag went by!’”