May 9, 2013
'Longmire' Season 2: Robert Taylor salutes 'big star' whose name he shares
The Australian actor -- who begins his second season playing a highly traditional American character when he returns as the title Wyoming sheriff in "Longmire" Monday, May 27, on A&E -- shares the name of a performer who was a popular member of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's stable of stars from the 1930s through the 1950s.
F. Scott Fitzgerald and Hollywood: Writing for the Movies, 1937-1940
With the new movie version of The Great Gatsby getting more attention by the moment, and since I positively reveled in its New York premiere last week, I've been thinking about F. Scott Fitzgerald's own career as a writer -- of novels, certainly, but also of screenplays.
TCM showcases Lionel Barrymore on August 10
Turner Classic Movies continues its 2012 Summer Under the Stars programming with a day of films starring Lionel Barrymore on Friday, August 10.
Vintage Hunk: Robert Taylor
Robert Taylor was a huge movie star for over twenty years but he never became a cult figure like Bogart or even Tyrone Power.