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Marilyn Monroe

Marilyn Monroe

“My dear. You haven’t yet any idea of the importance of your position in the world. You are the greatest woman of your time, the greatest human being of your time, of any time-you name it. You can’t think of anybody, I mean-no, not even Jesus-except you’re more...
Oliver Stone

Oliver Stone

Oscar winning film director Oliver Stone is well known for producing movies that trouble. He is highly regarded for such films as Platoon, Wall Street, Born on the Fourth of July, The Doors, Any Given Sunday, JFK, and Natural Born Killers; also screenplays for Conan...
Hollywood’s Witching Hour

Hollywood’s Witching Hour

Hollywood’s promotional images of witchcraft have radically shifted since the Wizard of Oz. Quite the opposite of the 1939 era, it is now considered chic and fashionable to engross oneself within the detestable practice of witchcraft. Hollywood has successfully...
Gene Roddenberry

Gene Roddenberry

Throwing all caution to the wind, Richard Dreyfuss has instructed us: “You want to know what going to a movie is all about? It’s a religious experience, surrender to it, it’s great.” In contrast to Hollywood’s salesmen who would have us abandon all...
Mae West

Mae West

Motion pictures were the one mainstay of The Great Depression of the 1930’s. Movie attendance during this period did not fizzle out as one might be led to expect, but rather skyrocketed. The weary public’s longing to escape from the ravages of reality into...

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