A Class in Class is a celebration of classic movies, by movie-buff Constance Cherise.
“When do you think the time is to love somebody … it’s when he is at his lowest and he can’t believe in himself ’cause the world done whipped him so. When you start measurin’ somebody measure him right.”
As a fan of classic film, I must confess that I have never seen It’s a Wonderful Life until researching for this article. Of course, as we all have, I’ve seen the advertisements for the film during the typical holiday line-up, but had no desire to actually watch it. READ MORE
When I finally watched the classic movie, Top Hat, I immediately recognized the set as being the same one I recalled on Sesame Street, and instantly understood why the child in me was enraptured. READ MORE
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