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Week of January 5th to January 11th 2013 - Volume Two, Issue One.
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Dear Movie Lover,

They're right up there, starring with the likes of Matt Damon and George Clooney! In fact, these VERY familiar faces and great acting talents are gracing some of the season's most see-worthy films. Among the most notable:

Bruce Dern should get used to receiving warm standing ovations and awards attention this season. The actor, who admits to seeing his hit, Nebraska, more than 20 times, has already received the Best Actor honor at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival for his work on the movie. But according to Dern, "no matter how many awards I might receive, the biggest win was getting the role".

John Goodman  In addition to the Coen Brothers'
Inside LLewyn Davis (for which he could score his first Oscar nomination) John Goodman will be seen in George Clooney's Monuments Men and has voiced the principal character in Monsters University, one of the top contenders for the 2013 Best Animated Features Oscar. And during 2013, he's popped up in The Hangover Part lll and The Interns. On the small screen, he's now starring as a US senator in the dramady, Alpha House.

Stacy Keach  During a decades-long career that spans
stage to screen to television, Stacy Keach is currently featured in the Alexander Payne hit Nebraska. He gets to sink his teeth into the supporting role of Ed Pegram, a former business partner to Bruce Dern's character, Woody Grant. Keach's performance in Nebraska is masterful and right in line with his long string of tough guys. Next up---Keach will play a mob boss and chief villan in Sin City: A Dame To Kill For. The film will be released in the US on October 4 2014.

Nick Nolte is headed for the small screen and the big screen, too. The Oscar-nominated actor will star in Fox Television's ten-part series titled Gracepoint slated to air during the 2014-15 season.
On the big silver, Nolte can be seen in the recently-premiered Gangster Squad. His upcoming projects include Return to Sender, now shooting in New Orleans, as well as co-starring with Glenn Close in Always On My Mind and appearing opposite Robert Redford in A Walk in The Woods.

Stay Tuned! These gentlemen are
just getting started!


At least in the episodes that pre-date 1923, that is. And all but ten of our favorite sleuth's tales do. In fact, the Sherlock Holmes' mysteries first appeared from the pen of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle in 1887.

And that's great news because is running some of the best Sherlock Holmes' adventures. This week, it's Murder At The Baskervilles.

As if a double murder wasn't enough to keep you breathless, there's the fun of watching Ian Fleming play Dr. Watson---before he became a famous author and penned the
James Bond thrillers.
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Coming Attractions This Week:  
January 5th to January 11th 


This week, will span the film world spectrum. We're featuring one of the classic Sherlock Holmes' mysteries as well as two very contemporary independent films by award-winning director Michael Davis. And a never to be overlooked film that created an entirely new category; the World War ll comedy adventure. It's a film lover's feast!


Check Today's Attractions for dates and times (ET) as well as for all the great free films on

A Box For Rob
Rob Spencer is a troubled man and his world begins to really unravel when a murder happens. All fingers seem to point to him. The dark secret of Rob's childhood becomes reality. But is he a killer?

Running Time: 100 Minutes   Drama Mystery

Starring: Mark Scarboro, Brett Gentile, IronE Singleton

Directed By: Reno Vasquez

Don't Pass Me By
A stirring story about love, regret and second chances told in a series of vignettes woven together. The story follows four women at crises points in their lives.

Running Time: 100 Minutes   Drama

Starring: Sean Stone, Keith David, C.Thomas Howell

Directed By: Eric Priestly

Hannibal Brooks
A prisoner of war working at a zoo gets the chance to escape from the Germans, so he does and he takes with him the elephant that he's been caring for. Together they head for the Swiss border and freedom.

Running Time: 102 Minutes   Comedy Adventure

Starring: Oliver Reed, John Alderton, Michael J. Pollard

Directed By: Michael Winner

Murder At The Baskervilles
Sherlock Holmes takes a vacation and visits his old friend Sir Henry Baskerville. His vacation ends when he suddenly finds himself in the middle of a double murder mystery.

Running Time: 71 Minutes   Crime Mystery

Starring: Ian Fleming, Arthur Wotner, Lyn Harding

Directed By: Thomas Bentley
Did You Know?




It is one of the rarest pieces of movie memorabilia ever offered for public sale and the only known  film-used Falcon statue from the movie of the same name.

The sale was conducted by Bonham's in New York City in conjunction with Turner Classic Movies. The price ranks with the most expensive pieces of movie and television memorabilia ever sold at auction, trailing the original Batmobile from the 1960's TV show, which sold for $4.6 million and the Aston Martin driven by Sean Connery in Goldfinger which sold for $4.1 million.

But it far outstripped the $2 million paid for a pair of ruby slippers worn by Judy Garland in The Wizard of Oz or the $576,000 paid for an Enterprise model used in Star Trek.

The Falcon statue was one of two made for the movie but the only one known to have appeared in the film. According to Bonhams, markings on the statue---particularly a small dent from where the statue was dropped---can be matched to the one in the film.

The piece was owned by an unidentified California collector who acquired it in a private sale in the 1980's. The identity of the winning bidder has not been disclosed.






Audrey Hepburn's Beehive, Elvis Presley's quiff and Jennifer Anniston's Rachel cut were named among the most iconic hairstyles in history. The Beehive, made famous by Hepburn's  Breakfast at Tiffany's character Holly Golightly, topped a poll that included the most memorable 'do's of the past half-century.



Elvis Presley's jet black quiff came in second  followed by Bob Marley's dreadlocks and the Rachel, the layered cut made famous by Jennifer Anniston during her stint as Rachel on Friends.



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