It is well-known that the October 1927 debut of The Jazz Singer, the first movie to feature synchronized dialogue and singing, was a landmark event in the history of motion pictures. However, it was ...

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Warner Bros.' First Star Turns 100 On September 15, 1918, in the waning months of the First World War, Lee Duncan, a corporal in the U.S. Army Air Service, found himself in Flirey, France, inspect...

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As comic book fans and Superman devotees know by now, this week—Wednesday, April 18 to be exact—marks the 80th anniversary of the very first Superman comic, better known as Action Comics #1. As pa...

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On April 2, 1840, controversial French author and activist Emile Zola was born. Nearly a century later—in 1937—Warner Bros. made an equally controversial film about Zola's life, aptly titled The Life...

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08 Nov 2017 HBD HBO