How old was Judy Garland in the Wizard of Oz? Which actor said, "Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn"? Is The Godfather based on a book? Check in regularly for facts, trivia, questions and answers on the all-time classic movies from Hollywood, Britain and beyond.
Tuesday, 15 February 2011
Thursday, 10 February 2011
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My top picks so far:
Posted by David L Rattigan at 13:19
A public notary is given the authority to act as an official witness to important documents. If you need a notary to witness something such as a permission or consent form, read this tutorial to find out more: How to write a notarized letter or statement.
Posted by David L Rattigan at 13:16
You can't afford to cut corners when it comes to translation: Communication matters. In a series of translation articles on Suite101, find out the marketing benefits of translation for your niche business, and discover the value of hiring a professional translator.
Companies in North America need to be wary of language restrictions and laws, especially when trading with Canada. For some important information on the subject, see Language and Bilingual Laws for Businesses in the US and Canada.
Posted by David L Rattigan at 13:13
Ricky Gervais seems to be a bit of a love-hate figure, doesn't he? The British comedian has now been cast as the voice of Mr Mole in the upcoming movie adaptation of The Wind in the Willows (2012). Definitely a role that requires a bit of loveability.
Read more at HubPages: Ricky Gervais cast as Mr Mole in The Wind in the Willows
Posted by David L Rattigan at 13:08
Wednesday, 12 January 2011
I've loved the books of Roald Dahl ever since I read classics like George's Marvellous Medicine, The Twits and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory as a youngster. There have been a handful of movie adaptations of his stories, too. For a rundown, check out Roald Dahl Movies on DVD & Blu-ray.
Other recent reviews include two Christmas movies: A Christmas Carol (1984): Movie Review and Santa Claus: The Movie (1985): Film Review.
Finally, TCM has a great DVD set for anyone looking for an introduction to Hammer horror. For details of the collection, see TCM Greatest Classic Films Collection: Hammer Horror: DVD Review.
Posted by David L Rattigan at 08:22