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The third edition of Leonard Maltin’s indispensible guide to older movies is now called Turner Classic Movies Presents Leonard Maltin’s Classic Movie Guide: From the Silent Era Through 1965. It is even more important than ever in the era of […]

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A fascinating look at what made Warner Brothers cartoons work. Surprisingly, within these anarchic worlds, there were a lot of rules. This video has some very thoughtful commentary, including Leonard Maltin and Steven Spielberg.

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The great critic and film historian Leonard Maltin has moved to a new home and so he is putting some of his fabulous collection of movie treasures up for auction on eBay. Maltin writes: Long ago I got hooked on […]

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Leonard Maltin was only 17 years old when he was offered the chance to create his guide to movies on television. For many years, I kept the latest copy on my desk and anyone who came into my office could […]

Two of my very favorite movie people, Leonard Maltin and Grae Drake, give you all you need to know about what to see and what to skip for this year’s Oscar nominees.

Leonard Maltin answers viewer questions on obscure (but cherished) Disney programs, the future of the movie business, “Citizen Kane,” Kickapoo Joy Juice, and more.

One of my all-time favorite critics — and one of the nicest guys in this field — is Leonard Maltin.  Be sure to check out his new series on YouTube.

Highlights of Comic-Con 2013 so far: 1. The bathrooms here are sponsored by “The Bates Motel” television series, so they are labeled “Norma” and “Norman.” 2. I attended cool behind-the-scenes panels with the composers of superhero movie scores and the […]

One of my very favorite writers on film is Leonard Maltin so I was delighted to see his new essay on the use of classic or obscure older songs in new movies. Classic songs and selections from what’s now called […]