Tag Archives: classic

Expressionist Films’ Party

Now you can make your own German Expressionist Film party with the videos in public domain available at Archive, thanks to K-otic (be careful with the shoutbox pop-up). The last addition was Faust, the F. W. Murnau‘s masterpiece based on … Continue reading

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L’étranger

To celebrate the end of my French course – until August – here it is a gift to my readers that speak French: the audio book of L’étranger, read by Albert Camus in 1954. The files will be available for … Continue reading

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Classic Cartoons

Classic Cartoons: This blog is intented to support the love and rediscovery of Classic Theatrical Cartoons from the Golden Age of Animation but with an eye on modern productions as well as on tv animation! Full of images, the blog … Continue reading

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Happy Bloomsday!

Happy Bloomsday Everybody! From the beginning. If you have no idea of what it is, fix it reading this article. Ok, now follow some of my suggestions to Bloomsday of last year. If you never read Ulysses and you are … Continue reading

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Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

How many adaptations of Robert Louis Stevenson‘s classic The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde have you watched? I have seen at least five, and I’m not even counting the cartoons based on it, like Sylvester and Tweety: … Continue reading

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The Pulp Canon: Lurid new covers for classic books

The Slate asked to a handful of designers to create lurid new book jackets for classics from The Iliad to Animal Farm. Check the results here. Yes, you got me, I can’t resist to pulp book covers. As Slate says, … Continue reading

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Casablanca in 30 seconds with bunnies

One of the best films ever made, now as an animation with bunnies: Casablanca in 30 seconds with bunnies. A must see.

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Glen or Glenda?

This is so beautiful that I need to share: the Ed Wood’s “classic” Glen or Glenda? can be watched on-line at You Tube. Maybe the quality and the scrip aren’t the best features of this film, but at least it’s … Continue reading

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From Zombies to Orson Welles

It has been long since I last made a post about films that are available for download or on-line watchig. It’s time to make a new one, and here it is: Public Domain Movie Torrents Public Domain Movie Torrents is … Continue reading

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A Christmas Carol

Oops, sorry, I forgot to check out on Internet Archive if there was something more about Christmas before finish my last post about it. And now I need to post about one of the movie’s version of Charles Dickens‘ classic … Continue reading

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