Sit Down, John! 1776 arrives on 4K Ultra HD for the first time in celebration of the 50th anniversary with multiple versions to boot. 1776 is the rare musical to tackle American Independence with memorable tunes and does so in almost three hours. It may be a fictionalized account but we certainly do not get Hamilton without this film. The film’s main focus of the musical is on John Adams (William Daniels), Benjamin Franklin (Howard…"1776: Sit Down And Bring It Home on 4K Ultra HD"
Emmy Award-winning actors William Daniels and Bonnie Bartlett spoke with Solzy at the Movies about Boy Meets World and more. While I grew up watching William Daniels on Boy Meets World, he had a very lengthy career in the years before including The Graduate, 1776, St. Elsewhere, and Knight Rider. He got his start on stage in New York. After serving during World War II, Daniels would go onto enroll at Northwestern, where he met…"Interview with William Daniels and Bonnie Bartlett"
William Daniels looked back on his life in his memoir, There I Go Again: How I Came to Be Mr. Feeny, John Adams, Dr. Craig, KITT, and Many Others. First published by Potomac Books in 2017, the memoir became the 27th book I’ve read during the pandemic. My biggest regret is that I’m a few years late in reading the book. Don’t let my tardiness in picking up the book stop you from getting a…"There I Go Again by William Daniels Is A Must-Read"
Over fifty years after its theatrical release, comedy-drama The Graduate manages to hold up as one of the best films of all time. Imagine graduating college and not knowing what you’re going to do with the rest of your life. Is your future going to be in plastics as Mr. McGuire (Walter Brooke) suggests? Twenty-year-old Benjamin Braddock (Dustin Hoffman) grows increasingly uncomfortable at his own graduation party. Question after question until none other than his…"The Graduate: A Cinematic Classic"
A companion piece to A Private War, Under the Wire tells the incredible true story of Marie Colvin and Paul Conroy in their own words. Marie Colvin’s story may have physically come to an end in Homs but her legacy extends far beyond the reaches of Syria. Her colleagues at the Sunday Times make sure of this. More importantly, photojournalist Paul Conroy has written their story in the book of the same name. Marie and…"DOC NYC 2018: Under the Wire"