The Neil Simon Blogathon is in a couple of weeks; there's still time to join Paddy and myself for the occasion, if you want in.
Let's jump straight to the links for once!
Raquel answers questions from her readers.
Ivan discusses the century-old comic strip Gasoline Alley and the two films inspired by it.
Jacqueline ponders whether this Depression-era film endorsed socialism.
Jennifer talks contemporary high school movies and compares them with her own experience.
Le writes about a very early Ernst Lubitsch silent film which challenges gender roles.
Variety's coverage of Cynthia Nixon's loss in the New York primaries.
What are Feedspot's choices for the Top 30 Classic Film Blogs?
The Wizard of Oz ruby slippers, after having gone missing for 13 years, have been found!
Gauging the truthiness of films "based on a true story."
Bullwinkle and political satire.
Is it possible liking trash cinema makes you smarter?
Claudette Colbert liked cooking desserts.
Armie Hammer hearts scooters.
Finally, best wishes to Crystal of In the Good Old Days of Classic Hollywood, who's recovering from surgery.