Part of the fun of spending an unhealthy amount of time perusing old movie magazines is finding…well, stuff you can’t make up. From a June, 1926 issue of Film Fun:
A Blog devoted to the life and career of Rudolph Valentino
A continuation of moviemovieblogblog.wordpress.com...More of my thoughts on movies and pop culture
Sharing the History of Everyday Fashions
Exploring the hometowns and legacies of Hollywood's Golden Age stars.
Singing the praises of things that slip through the cultural cracks
A drinker's guide to historic cocktailing
Movies, books, video games, and other such wonders
One hundred year old news and gossip.
Thoughts and Other Musings of a Cinephile
"She is too fond of books, and it has turned her brain."-Louisa May Alcott
...because it was never black & white
Old Movies. Fresh Takes.
The Motion Picture Cameramen in the Silent Era
The Central Hub for Films, Film Music and the Composers Behind the Music
George Arliss - Stage & Screen Star, Filmmaker, Playwright, Author
Technology, religion, and the past.
Aleteia is a worldwide network providing daily content designed to inspire readers in their daily life.
Anime - Movies - Wrestling
Journeys through Life and Classic Film
The Only Magazine Dedicated To Silent Cinema
Celebrating the movies our ancestors loved
Historic Hollywood and Southern California Architecture, History, People and Travel by Steve Vaught
Notes on Film by John Greco
Cinema, music, opera, books, television, theater
with Alicia Mayer
Formerly reporting on the world of early and silent cinema
interesting avenues in silent film history
A Unique Decade in American History
Kellee writes about classic & modern film, retro TV... and life's adventures, with a sassy Irish passion.
"Tiny little pieces of time they'll never forget"
a fresh look at old films
A Journey Through Charlie Chaplin's Movies from 1914 to 1967
Larry Harnisch Reflects on L.A. History