Here at Cladrite Radio, we’re about to reach a pretty big milestone—and we invite you to celebrate with us!
Here are 10 things you should know about Hattie McDaniel, born 130 years ago today. Her legacy is a lasting one, but one can only wonder what might have been if Hollywood’s systemic racism had not held her back, as it did so many others.
Here are 10 things you should know about John Garfield, born 110 years ago today. Though he appeared in fewer than 40 films, he forged a enduring film legacy.
Here are 10 things you should know about Berton Churchill, born 146 years ago today. Though he spent just a decade in Hollywood, he enjoyed a remarkably prolific career over that span.
It’s a tough choice, but if asked to name our favorite motion picture of all time, we’d have to say it’s Casablanca, which premiered on November 26, 1942, in New York City. (You can still visit the theatre where it debuted, but you’ll have to watch the video to learn more about that.)
We rewatched the “La Marseillaise” scene recently, in which a passionate rendition of the French national anthem gives the patrons of Rick’s Cafe Americain a small but satisfying victory over Maj. Strasser and his Nazi henchmen, and though we’ve seen this wonderful movie easily a dozen times (probably closer to two dozen), that scene still gave us chills.
Here are 16 things you should know about Casablanca, the official movie of Cladrite Radio…