The Film Detective Keeps It Short and Sweet This August

The Film Detective Celebrates ‘Short and Sweet’ Traditional Flicks Less than 90 Minutes and Honors the Anniversary of Lucille Ball’s Birthday

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up to date: Jul 31, 2020

The Film Detective (TFD), a vintage media streaming community and movie archive that restores and distributes vintage films for present-day cord-cutters, is celebrating all issues “Short and Sweet” in August. 

For the whole thirty day period, The Film Detective will element vintage films that delighted audiences in 90 minutes or fewer. “Short and Sweet” titles will operate the gamut from passionate favorites like Irene Dunne and Charles Boyer’s Academy Award-nominated classic Really like Affair (1939) to Angela Lansbury as femme fatale in Please Murder Me! (1956). Comedies, horrors, and mysteries that wasted no time in capturing the hearts of audiences will also be available, showcasing Golden Age Hollywood hefty-hitters like Buster Keaton, Bela Lugosi, Basil Rathbone, and Bette Davis.

The Film Detective will also rejoice groundbreaking comedic icon Lucille Ball on the anniversary of her birthday. Lucille Ball, household favorite and just one of the initially women of all ages to guide her personal manufacturing corporation, will be honored with 10 episodes of The Lucy Show (1962-1968) on Aug. six. Episodes of The Lucy Show (1962-1968) will feature iconic guests like Carol Burnett, Jack Benny, and Robert Goulet. The Lucille Ball marathon begins at two p.m. ET on Aug. six, via Sling Tv set, STIRR, DistroTV, and Plex.

Subsequent celebrations for Lucille Ball, The Film Detective will also remember the many many years Hollywood legend Olivia de Havilland introduced to phase and monitor. Not long ago passing at age 104, Olivia de Havilland entertained millions with unforgettable roles on-monitor and produced precedent-setting policies for the studio treatment of performers off-monitor. Olivia de Havilland will be highlighted in Santa Fe Trail (1940) and Happy Rebel (1958) on Aug. 15 by means of The Film Detective reside channel.

By well known demand, The Film Detective will also proceed Weird Wednesdays every Wednesday at 9:30 p.m. ET. Courtesy of the Anything Weird Video library, The Film Detective offers gripping crime dramas, educational propaganda, and rare titles from yesteryear many viewers may possibly never have noticed before. Anything Weird Video admirers will not have to pass up a conquer with The Film Detective application dozens of Anything Weird Video titles are accessible to stream at any time, accompanied by The Film Detective’s library of more than 1,000 vintage movie and tv titles.

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About The Film Detective:

The Film Detective is a major distributor of restored vintage programming, together with element films, tv, overseas imports, and documentaries. Released in 2014, The Film Detective has dispersed its extensive library of 3,000+ hours of movie on DVD and Blu-ray and through major broadcast and streaming platforms these as TCM, NBC, EPIX, Pluto Tv set, Amazon, MeTV, and much more. The Film Detective has produced its vintage movie application on website, Android, iOS, Roku, Amazon Hearth Tv set, and Apple Tv set and is available reside with a 24/7 channel on Sling, STIRR, Plex, and DistroTV. 

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