Classic Film

Lucinda Moriarty

Of the four films produced in the 1940’s that addressed racism head on, only one focused on the treatment of women of color. While the film remains relevant to this day, Pinky’s journey is often overshadowed by the casting of Jeanne Crain as the lead.

Lucinda Moriarty

It’s time for some summer fun, but if the vacation you planned has been postponed, you can still celebrate the season by watching these summer-inspired musical clips from some of your favorite classic films.

Lucinda Moriarty

It’s an election year, and the corrupt William’s machine is facing a tough opponent in George Martin, a hard-working, clean-living, and all-around good guy. But when it comes to winning the all-important women’s vote, it is going to take more than the issues to get the right man elected.

Lucinda Moriarty

Tucked into the rural countryside of Alabama, is a little schoolhouse with a new teacher. Miss Jane Richards, played by Dorothy Dandridge, has been assigned to her very first class. With her, comes all of the passion and insecurity a new teacher might experience.

Lucinda Moriarty

When remembering the great comediennes, Kay Kendall’s name should not be missed. Although her career was tragically cut short, her body of work was polished and her knack for comedy transcendent.