Tag Archives: Charlie Chaplin

Report: Silence of the Lambs, Forrest Gump Added To National Film Registry.

Helllooo … Clarice …. Anthony Hopkins’ Hannibal Lecter steps a little further into film history today as director Jonathan Demme’s 1991 tale of the erudite serial killer with a taste for human flesh officially becomes part of the National Film … Continue reading

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The 10 Greatest Silent Movie Stars.

Greta Garbo. Max Linder. Charlie Chaplin. They were as totemic in their time as Bogart, Gary Cooper and Katherine Hepburn would be to theirs. And a century after some of them took their first bows on screen, the names of … Continue reading

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