“Forgotten Hollywood”- Must-See Classic Television on KCET

Posted on June 29, 2016 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P. here…

kcet50_1   KCET is proud to present a new weekly classic series, KCET Must See Movies, providing a nostalgic destination for loyal viewers to watch motion pictures from Hollywood’s most iconic filmmakers. The eclectic lineup celebrates cinema that is considered timeless by film experts, worldwide.

FunnyGirlPoster   KCET Must See Movies features selected epic productions that is sure to entertain viewers. The variety of celluloid milestones presented in the series include West Side StoryButch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, The Magnificent Seven, The Great Escape, Some Like It Hot, Patton, Bridge on the River Kwai, Rain Man, Speed, and many more.

   The 1968 Academy Award-winning film Funny Girl, starring Barbra Streisand as famed comedienne and entertainer Fanny Brice, will kickoff the series. Directed by William Wyler, the musical chronicles the legendary Ziegfeld Girl’s rise to fame, and her subsequent career and personal life.

   Other flicks on tap in July: Gilda and Queen Christina. KCET Must See Movies premieres Friday, July 8th at 9p on KCETand encores on Saturday at 4p.

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   Now is your opportunity to purchase an eBook version of Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History at 50% off on Smashwords. For the entire month of July, you will be able to download my initial paperback on your favorite app. Click (or cut-and-paste) on the link:

SW SW sale


   The eBook of my work will be available beginning on July 1st for about $5. Make sure to include the promo code:  SSW50. A version can be downloaded in these available formats:

epub – mobi – pdf – rtf – lrf – pdb

Until next time>                               “never forget”

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