Roy Rogers Lunch Box – King Of The Cowboys

The Roy Rogers lunch box was a massively successful piece of merchandise from the 1950s. Following almost a decade on radio the so-called King Of The Cowboys transferred his show onto television in 1951. Shortly after this he approached the Aladdin company about creating his own signature product, keen to ride the wave of their successful Hopalong Cassidy lunch box which had sold more than 600,000 units in its first year of release.

Where to Find the Rarest Movie Memorabilia

I collect movie stuff, not just movie stuff, but rare mementos you can’t find just anywhere. Where do I go? How do I stray away from websites that have the same generic baloney?

Who’s the Daddy of DVD Rentals? We Compare Online DVD Rentals

The online DVD rental market is more ferocious than a few feisty minutes in one of David Fincher’s Fight Clubs. There’s a multitude of websites vying for your custom, offering a mouth-watering selection of Blu-rays and DVDs, as well as some truly tempting offers on trials and subscription packages.

Collectors of Hollywood Memorabilia

Generally you find many devoted fans who do not mind to donate their entire rooms in their homes for the things they have collected related their favourite films and movie celebrities. These people usually spend years in perfecting, investing and searching the things of their precious Hollywood memorabilia. Do you know any serious collector regarding this hobby?

All About Hindi Movies

In modern times, our leisure time was mostly associated with movies. It does entertain our nerves and boring days. We do admire Hollywood movies as it gives quality scenes in terms of emotion, country, and laughter.

My Top Five Favorite Russell Crowe Movies

When discussing the greatest actors working in Hollywood, Russell Crowe is one person who definitely deserves some praise. Crowe got his start in acting in the late 1970s on television. It may have taken some time, but the New Zealand native has risen up the ranks to become one of the better actors in the industry.

My Top Five Favorite Paul Rudd Comedies

When it comes to the funniest actors out there right now, one person who has to be mentioned is Paul Rudd. Guys seem to like him and girls definitely love him. Paul Rudd has been showing up in virtually every good comedy to come out in the past few years, and shows no sign of slowing down any time soon.

Ways to Market and Distribute Your Independent Film

One of the many ways to distribute your film is to get it into an independent theatre. In order to do so, you will have to do some research work. First, find out more on the types of films each theatre shows. Check out their titles and the types of budgets these films have. It will give you a much better idea to see if your film has a chance to be shown here.

Muhammad Ali – The Movie – The Greatest

I recently had the opportunity of seeing an older movie featuring Muhammad Ali, it was called “The Greatest.” It was one of the most insightful movies that I’ve ever seen. It gave me first hand insight into the 60’s and 70’s, especially in regards to African-Americans.

My Top Five Favorite Movies Starring Tommy Lee Jones

One actor who has been in so many great films, it is hard to keep track, is Tommy Lee Jones. Jones started acting in the early 1970s, and has not slowed down since. He has been in all sorts of films, from action and adventure, to Westerns, and even comedy.

My Favorite Oliver Stone Films Of His Career

One of the more interesting directors out there these days is Oliver Stone. Oliver Stone is a no newcomer to the movie industry; his first directed movie was released in 1971. For nearly four decades now, Stone has been behind the lens of a wide array of films, many of which have become classics.

Reality VS Actuality

Actuality television has put a new face on what people have always lumped into the category of reality television. The differences between the two forms of entertainment are in some area subtle and in other cases quite obvious. Both types have done a good job of changing the face of what viewers look for when they turn on a television.