War Movies Newswire (Page 5)

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  1. Permission to speak, Captain Mainwaring! Veterans reveal what life was really like in Dad's ArmyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | The Argus

    THEY may have been caught up in capers like interrogating captured Germans in Dad's Army and in reality some units of the home guard spent much of their time playing cards. The south east of England, including Sussex, was the heartland of the Home Guard during the Second World War and those who lived through the era have spoken out ahead of the release of the new Dad's Army film on Friday.

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  2. Review: In - Hail, Caesar!' a studio fixer's faith is testedRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | Fairbanks Daily News-Miner

    The Coen canon reaches a crescendo - or rather a warped inversion of one - in "Hail, Caesar!" when the brothers assemble a quartet of religious leaders from various faiths before Josh Brolin's 1950s movie studio "fixer" Eddie Mannix.

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  3. a I was a thiefa : Woman reflects on life of pilfering jewelryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | The Miami Herald

    Doris Payne exudes a seemingly effortless elegance, her white hair neatly smoothed back and gold hoops dangling from her ears. She speaks calmly and deliberately, inspiring the kind of trust that would ease any jewelry store employee eager to make a high-dollar sale.

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  4. Oscars 'Daily Bite': Who gave the longest acceptance speech in Oscar history?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | Newsday

    This article is part of a series of daily "Oscar Bites," highlighting buzzworthy topics and fun facts about the 2016 Academy Award-nominated films, actors and filmmakers "Mrs. Miniver," which won the 1942 best picture Oscar, clocked in at 2 1 4 hours, and according to Oscar lore, star Greer Garson's best actress acceptance speech went on for almost as long. "Reports on the length of my speech that night seem to be like that one report of Mark Twain's death: slightly exaggerated," Garson quipped.

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  5. 'I was a thief': Jewel-pilfering woman reflects on lifeRead the original story

    Sunday Jan 31 | WNEM-TV Saginaw

    Doris Payne exudes a seemingly effortless elegance, her white hair neatly smoothed back and gold hoops dangling from her ears. She speaks calmly and deliberately, inspiring the kind of trust that would ease any jewelry store employee eager to make a high-dollar sale.

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  6. My HorizonsMILITARY Moms Abroad Torn Between Pay and FamilyRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 3 | American Reporter

    I hope your Thanksgiving was relaxing and delicious. The holidays can bring tension and grief with them in addition to joy and celebration, especially on military bases for military moms.

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  7. Mel Brooks Set for Q&a Following Blazing Saddles Screening at TocapRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 3 | BroadwayWorld.com

    Join the incomparable Mel B rooks for an exclusive, inside look at his career and the making of the legendary and groundbreaking movie BLAZING SADDLES at the Fred Kavli Theatre, Saturday, March 19, 2015 at 7:30 pm. BLAZING SADDLES, considered one of the top comedy films of all time, will be presented on the big screen followed by a live conversation and audience Q&A with Brooks.

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  8. Review: In a Hail, Caesar!a a studio fixera s faith is testedRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 3 | KDWN

    The scene plays like a theological joke: the Coen version of a priest and a rabbi walk into a movie studio. "Does the depiction of Jesus Christ cut the mustard?" asks Mannix, succinctly.

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  9. The real-life scandals behind 'Hail, Caesar!' :0Read the original story

    Wednesday Feb 3 | New York Post

    Christmas arrives on Friday for fans of classic Hollywood with Joel and Ethan Coen's "Hail, Caesar!" which is loaded with references to Golden Age actors and their scandals . For those who don't watch much Turner Classic Movies - shame on you! - here's a road map to these insider references.

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  10. 'Hail, Caesar!' movie review: Coen brothers romp offers a loving satire of old HollwyoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | NOLA.com

    The Coen canon reaches a crescendo - or rather a warped inversion of one - in "Hail, Caesar!" when the brothers assemble a quartet of religious leaders from various faiths before Josh Brolin 's 1950s movie studio "fixer" Eddie Mannix. The scene plays like a theological joke: the Coen version of a priest and a rabbi walk into a movie studio.

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  11. John Lennon's locks from 'How I Won the War' expected to go for $10,000Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | Examiner.com

    John Lennon's scenes in the dark British comedy 'How I Won the War' show how short his hair was for the film. On September 6, 1966, John Lennon got a haircut.

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  12. 8 Chinese comic book characters you should knowRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 2 | The Star Online

    With Chinese New Year coming up next week, we decided it would be appropriate to put the focus on Chinese comic-book characters this week. However, while compiling this list, we were in a dilemma - do we focus only on Chinese characters in Western comics, or widen the spectrum a bit and include characters from actual Chinese comics? Asian heroes are a minority in Western comics, and surprisingly, there have not been many prominent Chinese superheroes either.

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  13. The time John Candy tried to bring Joe Montana to CanadaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 25 | San Jose Mercury News

    Joe Montana famously spotted the funnyman in the stands just before engineering the 49ers' winning drive in the closing minutes of Super Bowl XXIII in 1989. The moment endures as a symbol of Montana's cool under pressure: a celebrity sighting one moment, a touchdown pass to John Taylor to beat the Cincinnati Bengals 20-16 the next.

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  14. FreeCast Introduces 4 Million Customers to Paramount's Movie VaultRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 9, 2015 | 24-7 Press Release

    CEO William Mobley says Paramount's release of over 100 free movies via YouTube is a big win for consumers and for the entertainment industry. "Plenty of studios have years, if not decades worth of content that consumers still love to see, but that they may not be fully utilizing."

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  15. Daily Show Correspondent Jessica Williams and Veteran Entertainer...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 28, 2015 | 24-7 Press Release

    Closing ceremonies of the 18th Annual Reel Sisters of the Diaspora Film Festival to hold its first presentation of this esteemed honor "Actress Hattie McDaniel was the Viola Davis of her day -- she used the limited roles given her to open doors for women of color to gain access to characters with greater depth and complexity."

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  16. First 'Academy Award for Best Picture' featured at SFFRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 10, 2014 | Examiner.com

    The very first "Academy Award for Best Picture" went to the silent-era, 1927 film, " Wings ," which will be featured at the 16th Annual Sarasota Film Festival on Sat., April 12 at the Regal Hollywood 20 in Sarasota. While the story is about two men who fall in love with the same woman when they enlist in the Air Force in WWI, the thrills come primarily from the extraordinary flying sequences the pilots engage in as they perform their missions.

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  17. The real Dad's Army - and it's JUST like the show: Amazing...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | Daily Mail

    The real Dad's Army - and it's JUST like the show: Amazing vintage photos show just how spot-on classic BBC sitcom's depiction of the Home Guard was The real Dad's Army - and it's JUST like the show: Amazing vintage photos show just how spot-on classic BBC sitcom's depiction of the Home Guard was The incredible images have emerged in a new book which shows how true-to-life BBC sitcom Dad's Army really was Norman Longmate, a real-life Private having joined his local unit aged 17, researched some of the most farcical tales From taking aim with their rifles to learning the best way to dispatch a grenade, these incredible vintage photographs give a fascinating insight into the ways of the Home Guard - and show just how close to reality BBC sitcom Dad's Army really was.

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  18. Stepping into SundanceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | The Star Online

    It was a cold night in Park City, Utah - about 4A C below freezing - and I was a little lost amidst the piles of snow lining the streets. I had just watched five films back-to-back as part of the 2016 Sundance Film Festival, and was trying to figure out which shuttle would take me back to my hotel.

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  19. Dont panic, 12 things you need to know about the new Dad's Army filmRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | This Is Bristol

    As Dad's Army marches onto the big screen this month, Susan Griffin rallies the troops to sniff out some behind-the-scenes goss on why they signed up for duty. 1. We have The X Factor to thank for inspiring the idea of making a movie.

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  20. Denver readies short-term rental rule, multi-property owners push backRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | Denver Post

    Denver's proposed rules for regulating and taxing short-term rentals took two years to create. But even before the first official airing of the measure, resistance is building against limiting by-owner rentals to primary residences only.

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