A Girl, a Guy and a Gob is (1941): Comedy, Starring George Murphy, Lucille Ball, and Edmond O’Brien

Produced by Harold Lloyd and starring George Murphy, Lucille Ball, and Edmond O’Brien, A Girl, a Guy and a Gob is a mildly funny comedy, released during World War II.

Gloria, The: Julie Taymor’s Biopic of the Feminist and Cultural Icon Gloria Steinem

Julie Taymor directed The Glorias, a biopic of the Feminist icon, from a screenplay by Taymor and Sarah Ruhl, based upon the memoir, “My Life on the Road,” by Gloria Steinem.

Regina King: Making History in Hollywood–Oscar Winner, Emmy Winner and First-Time Director

We are experimenting with publishing some of our articles in Hebrew–for those Jewish, Israeli, and other readers who speak the language and prefer to read essays in it.

Going Home (1971): Herbert B. Leonard’s Father-Son Melodrama, Starring Robert Mitchum and Jean-Michael Vincent

In one of his last roles, in Herbert B. Leonard’s awfully banal melodrama Going Home, Robert Mitchum plays Harry Graham, a lonely, beaten down man who has recently been released from prison, serving time for murdering his wife years back.

Pop Culture Now: Jaden Smith to Host Snapchat Series on Racial Justice

Produced by Westbrook Media, The Solution Committee premieres September 21, ahead of National Voter Registration Day.