The Movies (2019)
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The Golden Age 

From the 1930s through the 1950s, Hollywood studios create the most iconic and beloved films of all time, and America falls in love with the movies as stars like Bogie, Brando and Marilyn became icons.
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Episode credited cast:
Judith Anderson ... Self (archive footage)
Paul Thomas Anderson ... Self - Director, Punch-Drunk-Love / Director, There Will Be Blood
Jean Arthur ... Self (archive footage)
Jason Bailey Jason Bailey ... Self - Columnist, The New York Times
Alec Baldwin ... Self - Actor
Jeanine Basinger Jeanine Basinger ... Self - Chair of Film Studies at Wesleyan University / Author, The World War II Combat Film
Cari Beauchamp ... Self - Documentary Filmmaker and Historian
Ingrid Bergman ... Self (archive footage)
Herbert J. Biberman ... Self - Screenwriter, Action in Arabia (archive footage) (as Herbert Biberman)
Brad Bird ... Self - Director, The Incredibles
Joan Blondell ... Self (archive footage)
Peter Bogdanovich ... Self - Director, The Last Picture Show
Todd Boyd ... Self - Professor of Cinema and Media studies, USC (as Dr. Todd Boyd)
Raymond Burr ... Self (archive footage)
Ellen Burstyn ... Self - Actor
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From the 1930s through the 1950s, Hollywood studios create the most iconic and beloved films of all time, and America falls in love with the movies as stars like Bogie, Brando and Marilyn became icons.

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Olivia De Havilland's last TV appearance. See more »

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Features Meet Me in St. Louis (1944) See more »

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Enjoyable
20 August 2019 | by tarnika_wilcherSee all my reviews

I felt the episodes were pretty enjoyable...I especially enjoyed the 80's, 90's and 60's...some content was informative of some movies I never knew of or the actors, directors, producers and screenwriters viewpoints or perspectives.


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18 August 2019 (USA) See more »

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