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How the politics of High Noon forged a new path for the western

By Rich Johnson

Condemned as ‘un-American’ upon release, Fred Zinnemann’s 1954 classic remains one of the most forward-thinking films of its era.

The complicated legacy of Alfred Hitchcock’s screen heroines

By Caroline Young

A new book chronicles these amazing women and their experiences working with the iconic director.

These haunting photographs show where cultural icons died in car crashes

By Little White Lies

Dean Rogers’ ‘Death Drive’ reveals the spots movie stars and other figures were killed.

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