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CineSavant The Number One DVD reviewer in the business. Glenn Erickson has a rich archive at his site, filled with incisive essays on over 5,500 movies. I refer to it after each disc I watch.

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Video Watchblog A daily stop for me, as Tim Lucas is one of the most perceptive observers of film on the web.

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DVD Beaver Outstanding review site, with frame grabs and worldwide DVD news and announcements.

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The Great Baz Any site dedicated to Basil Rathbone is catnip in these parts. "The Great Baz" is brand new, and off to a dynamic start with much info and insight into the life and career of a great actor.

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Hell On Frisco Bay The lowdown on film happenings in that revival paradise San Francisco. Moderator Brian is an entertaining and erudite guide.

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Frankensteinia Extensive gathering of Frankenstein lore.

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100 Years Of Hollywood and The Stars Silent era historian, and author of many fine books and articles on the period William M. Drew has a website dedicated to celebrating a century of American film and star making.

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The Silent Comedy Mafia Here is home to the leading experts on silent clowns we love, a daily graduate program chock-filled with information not to be found elsewhere.

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Vitaphone Varieties Jeff Cohen's staggering appraisal of that fascinating transition period between silents and talkies. Fine research and writings here.

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In The Balcony On top of vintage movie news --- announcements, reviews --- plus a discussion group.

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E - MoviePoster.com Bruce Hershenson's incredible movie poster site is the first and last place you need to look for the rarest and most collectable memorabilia. I've known Bruce for years, and he's the best poster dealer around.

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Home Theater Forum My favorite forum/discussion group for all things digital and DVD.

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Mike Cline's Then Playing The first site to detail exhibition history in its entirety for a single US small town. A resource welcome and long needed. This is history worth treasuring!

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Blu-Ray.Com My favorite news site for Blu-Ray. All the latest announcements and sales info is here.

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Self-Styled Siren Here's a movie site I always enjoy visiting. Siren's got a way with words, and an appreciation for all things classic Hollywood. Always a good read.

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David Bordwell's Website On Cinema David Bordwell is one of our most imminent film scholars, and his site is loaded with articles and information.

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South Carolina Movie Theatres Every state in the union needs a site like this. Illuminating history of regional houses, and many images of long defunct venues.

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Trailers From Hell Vintage trailers with insightful commentary from Joe Dante and an expert panel of enthusiasts and historians. An always enjoyable site.

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Cinema Retro Fantastic updates on happenings in sixties-seventies film culture from the people who give us "Cinema Retro", one of my favorite magazines. This site is brimming with wonderful stuff.

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007 Magazine On-line James Bond tribute and magazine is the Biggest and Best of Bond and Beyond.

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Noir Of The Week Nicely done salute to film noirs both notable and obscure at a site both attractive and imaginatively designed. Curator Steve provides video clips as well.

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Cinebeats The mission statement reads thus: "Cinebeats chronicles one woman's love affair with 1960s & 1970s cinema", and I might add, she does it with considerable wit and skill. A terrific site.

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The Sheila Variations Engaging thoughts on film, literature, music.

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Classic Montgomery It's a place dedicated to that fine classic era actor, Robert Montgomery, but many guest stars take part as well. Handsome site and a pleasure to visit.

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Thrilling Days Of Yesteryear A site I've been enjoying for a long time. All the vintage stuff I like is here, and this moderator covers it with wit and insight.

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Bright Lights Film Journal Each issue a treasure trove of great writing, incisive reviews, lots more. I've spent many a happy hour combing their archives.

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Nitrateville Wonderful forum and discussion group on the subject of classic film --- silents, early talkies, preservation, collecting --- it's all there. I could live at this address.

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Carole & Co. The best site I've seen dedicated to a single personality. Vincent Paterno's stories and images about Carole Lombard are second to none. Every visit here is a treat.

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Monsters From The Vault Here's the website for the best monster magazine around (back issues are real collector's items). Their site is a treat to visit as well.

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3-D Film Archive Bob Furmanek is the leading authority on stereo filmmaking history, and here is his site. You'll not find a better resource for this topic anywhere.

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Michael Barrier.com One of the top animation historians puts his thoughts to (outstanding) posts. This site is loaded with rare images and fascinating information.

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Lost & Rare Ron Hall of Festival Films is moderator of this handsome site which offers rare movies and TV programs on DVD from Festival's extensive archive. There's stuff here you'll never find anyplace else.

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Anthony Balducci's Journal Anthony Balducci recently completed a biography of Lloyd Hamilton, and is a student of classic comedy, which he celebrates at this fine site. I'd recommend it!

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Granada Movie Posters Bill Neal's exemplary site for rare posters, pressbooks, and collectables. He's been in business for years and has been reasonable and reliable for all of that. Buy from him with confidence.

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Jim Lane's Cinedrome My good friend Jim Lane has a first-rate blog all about what Greenbriar likes most in vintage movies. He's knows his stuff and expresses it nicely. A handsome site you'll enjoy a lot!

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Laura's Miscellaneous Musings Laura covers classics from every angle, with links, reviews, observations, about films we love. Always a great place to stop in, which I do, and you should ... frequently!

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The Arliss Archives Robert Fells wrote a fine book about George Arliss. He also mans this site devoted to that great actor, much of which expands upon research done for the book. A lot of valuable information here.

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The Evening Class Michael Guillen lives in San Francisco and writes about the thriving film culture there. I like his writing a lot, and you will too!

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Sergio Leone and The Infield Fly Rule Dennis Cozzalio's always entertaining movie/popular culture site. Lively comments too.

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DVD Drive-In DVD Announcements and reviews, with an emphasis on horror, sci-fi, and exploitation.

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DVD Basen This will take you to every on-line review for any DVD you're looking for. I use it often.

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Basil Rathbone: Master Of Stage and Screen Marcia Jessen's tribute to the great Basil Rathbone is hands-down one of the best star sites I've ever seen.

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The American WideScreen Museum You may faint dead away when you see Martin Hart's gallery of widescreen treasures. Be prepared to stay awhile!

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In 70mm.com 70mm news and history. Fascinating, useful reference.

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Find-A-Death Morbid subject matter, but their research is considerable, and each entry is fascinating.

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The Serial Squadron A site devoted to chapter-plays, many of which they offer on DVD and Blu-Ray. A useful stop if you are interested in this subject.

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Cartoon Research Jerry Beck's cartoon site, so you know it's the best. A real treasure trove for animation fans.

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The Astounding B-Monster "Astounding" is an understatement. This is more like "staggering". Just go there and see for yourself.

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E-Gor's Chamber Of Horror TV Hosts My favorite horror host site. This has a directory of virtually every one, with great profiles to go with them.

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Classic Horror Film Board The best discussion forum around for classic horror and sci-fi. Many well-informed participants here.

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The Laurel and Hardy Magazine More fascinating L&H info than you'll ever see in one place.

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Classic Images Tons of good articles in the archives --- use their search engine and enjoy!

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Screenonline This is a British Film Institute site, and there's oceans of great essays and articles to wade through. I found some great stuff here.

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Cinema Treasures Just out-of-this-world and in-depth tribute to the great movie theatres.

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Classically Speaking "Promoting Classic Movies in a Jaded World!" is the mission of this very ambitious site, with a long menu of essays and reviews.

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Moviediva Moviediva programs classics for the North Carolina Museum Of Art. She's also written an archive of wonderful program notes that you can read at her site. Some terrific stuff here.

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Dr.Macro's High-Quality Movie Scans Many remarkable images, high-res with quality unattainable elsewhere.

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Heritage Auctions The busiest movie poster auction house going. Beautiful images here.

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Fleischer Popeye Tribute Amazing site with everything you could hope for in Popeye theatrical cartoon info. Beautifully designed.

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