Julia Sanderson and Donald Brian premiered 'They Didn't Believe Me' on August 14, 1914. World War I was 10 days old.
" . . . you've got to stand up for the imaginative world, the imaginative element in the human personality, because I think that's constantly threatened . . . People do have imagination and sensibilities, and I think that does need constant exposition." -- John Read
"To disseminate my subjective thoughts and ideas, I stealthily hide them in a cloak of entertaining storytelling, since the depth of my thinking, shallow at best, might be challenged by erudite experts." -- Curt Siodmak
Wednesday, March 8, 2017
Tuesday, February 21, 2017
|DeWolf Hooper reciting "Casey at the Bat" for an early synchronized-sound film, 1922.|
Friday, February 10, 2017
|The Denver Women's March, January 21. [Photo by Brad Weismann]|
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