Old Ass Movies

The sex symbol of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes and the follow-up Gentlemen Marry Brunettes, Jane Russell, has passed away at the age of 89. She first appeared in The Outlaw, after Howard Hughes discovered her and the two body parts that become both a signature of her style and of the controversy she would help create. Her most iconic role, of course, is alongside Marilyn Monroe in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes where she crooned “Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend” in a court room (complete with a bejeweled costume and dance moves). Although the actress went on the record saying she wasn’t happy with her film output (most likely because she never got anything beyond bubbly comedic roles that played off her hair color and chestly endowments), she left beyond a lot of solid films from the 40s, 50s, and 60s for audiences to continue to enjoy. You can watch Gentlemen Prefer Blondes instantly, and you can watch her sing in court below:

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OldAssReleases

A bunch of old flicks are being released this Halloween with more greats slated for the end of the year.

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A group of six friends gathers together one afternoon in a cottage in the English country side. That is where it begins.

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Stalag 17 begins with an escape from the tightly controlled Luftwaffe prison camp during the last year of WWII. As the two men snake their way through a tunnel, it’s a little too easy for the Germans to find them and fill them full of bullets. The meaning is clear. There’s a rat amongst our heroes.

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What begins as a standard sales visit about car insurance renewal, slowly builds piece by piece into a tale of infatuation, intrigue and murder.

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To celebrate 70 years of release, The Wizard of Oz is coming to a theater to you in HD. Put on your ruby slippers and see it for yourself on the big screen.

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The complexities of Charles Laughton’s classic about a psychotic preacher and the nature of childhood make it a must-see.

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