As an all-black musical production during a time where black performances where scripted to be cut out of movies in order to be shown to white Southern audiences (in fact Cabin In The Sky was banned in Memphis) it was a massive gamble for director Vincente Minnelli, READ MORE
Set during the turn of the century, this 1948 Oscar-winning musical smash hit backed by an Irving Berlin score, grossed six million dollars. Although, six million seems petty by today’s standards, consider in 1948 the average movie ticket was 37 cents. READ MORE
When I got the thumbs-up to launch this column, my heart nearly exploded from my chest. There was no question as to which movie would be the first I would review, the movie that rightfully began my love affair with classic film, ‘Singin’ in the Rain.’ READ MORE
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