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What you were enjoying this week: Tributes to Bette Davis and John Wayne lead the pack, honoring James Garner, and Summer Under the Stars

10. Hush…Hush, Sweet Charlotte (1964)

9. My Interview with Jane Withers

Jane’s interview remains popular!

Cover of "The Mummy (Universal Studios Cl...

8. The Mummy (1932)

A little Halloween in August

7. True Grit (1969)

News

6. News From the Lake for July 30th, 2014

A very brief news update but you all enjoyed it.

5. McLintock! (1963)

4. The Searchers (1956)

Glad you all enjoyed this. I still think I failed to capture how great it is.

Americanization

3. The Americanization of Emily (1964)

James Garner’s TCM tribute reminded me how much I love this film.

2. The High and the Mighty (1954)

Find it hard not to insert an Airplane! joke here.

1. The TCM Top 20 (Special Summer Under the Stars Edition)

Seems like everyone’s planning their Summer Under the Stars schedule. I have several films planned for this week!

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Kristen Lopez View All

I'm a college student getting my Master's in English, but dreams of getting an additional degree in Film. I'm a movie reviewer for several sites, but I also write classic film reviews for several other sites. I stretch myself pretty thin these days. You can usually find me at a bookstore, or a movie theater. I dream of the day when the two are combined. I base a lot of my friendships on favorite movies.

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