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Friday’s Favorite Flix – Singin’ in the Rain

This week's Friday's Favorite Flix is Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)'s “Singin' in the Rain,” a 1952 award winning (Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture Actor – Donald O'Connor) musical produced by Arthur Freed and directed by Stanley Donen and Gene Kelly. The story takes...

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Friday’s Favorite Flix – Mutiny on the Bounty

Put your history books down for a moment and we'll watch the original black & white version of a film that while based on a historical event, is a bit loose when it comes to disseminating the facts. This week's Friday's Favorite Flix is Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)'s...

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Friday’s Favorite Flix – Logan’s Run

This week's Friday's Favorite Flix, “Logan's Run,” is an award-winning (Oscar for Special Achievement in Special Effects) 1976 film from Metro Goldwyn Mayer (MGM), producer Saul David and director Michael Anderson. It was the first film to make use of Laser Holography...

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Friday’s Favorite Flix – Grand Prix

This week's Friday's Favorite Flix is Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)'s 1966 Academy Award winning film (Best Sound, Best Film Editing, Best Effects – Sound Effects), “Grand Prix.” Directed by John Frankenheimer, the movie is about an American Grand Prix (Formula One)...

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Friday’s Favorite Flix – Mad Max

The original “Mad Max” movie was produced in 1979 and released in the US by American International Pictures. Watching it again after more than three decades, the film shows its age. Every bit of the grainy, cheesy, 1970’s era grade B movie feel comes through today....

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Friday’s Favorite Flix – Mary Poppins

This week's Friday's Favorite Flix is Walt Disney Productions' 1964 Academy Award winning film (Best Actress, Best Editing, Best Special Effects, Best Original Song, Best Original Score), “Mary Poppins.” Directed by Robert Stevenson, the film is about a staid English...

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