5 stories from 21CF to watch in honor of Memorial Day

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Three films, a limited series and a documentary to help us remember those who died while serving in the U.S. military Memorial Day – a day that marks the unofficial start of summer is also one that weighs heavily upon our collective hearts. As towns big and small across the U.S. prepare for parades, backyard

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Fox Archives: The Hollywood legacy of Dame Joan Collins

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Dame Joan Collins, television’s most iconic villainess in the 1980s, began her Hollywood career as a 20th Century Fox contract star during the late ‘50s and early ‘60s. Prior to her fame on the small screen, the “Dynasty” beauty was 20th Century Fox’s answer to Elizabeth Taylor. In fact, early in production, Joan screen-tested for

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Fox Archives: Gossip columnists and film studios

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In the Golden Age of Hollywood, gossip columnists rose to prominence reporting on the lives and careers of Hollywood’s celebrities. During this period, film studios carefully crafted the public images of the actors they had under contract, and they would often collaborate with gossip columnists to write columns to support these images. Frequently, studio publicity

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Fox Archives: Athletes visiting the Fox Studio lot

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The Fox Studio has a longstanding tradition of hosting notable guests, including some distinguished athletes. The Company History collection is small sub-collection within the Fox Archives – these images represent a portion of the Company History photograph collection that is dedicated to events and lot visitors. Enjoy some photos from this collection below: The Fox

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21CF Oscars Countdown: Best Art Direction (Color) and Best Special Visual Effects for ‘Fantastic Voyage’ (1966)

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In the weeks leading up to the 90th Oscars on Sunday, March 4, we’ll take a look at our rich Academy Award history by sharing from the 20th Century Fox Archives. This year, Fox Searchlight’s “The Shape of Water” is nominated for Production Design (production design: Paul Denham Austerberry; set decoration: Shane Vieau and Jeffrey

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