Dustin Hoffman, in the famous scene from The Graduate, during his first liaison with Mrs. Robinson. The movie was rejected by every major Hollywood studio.

Five Films that Redefined Hollywood

Author Mark Harris discusses his book about the five movies nominated for Best Picture at the 1967 Academy Awards


Q&A: Chris Carter of "The X Files"

The creator and writer behind "The X-Files" reveals his inspiration for the sci-fi series and motivation behind the upcoming film

Viewers watch a movie at Shankweiler’s drive-in during the heyday of drive-in theaters.

The History of the Drive-In Movie Theater

The continued attraction of viewing movies under the stars


Chia Pet

For 26 years, marketing whiz Joe Pedott's green-pelted figures have been holiday-season hits

In the 1970s, Joe transformed into Atomic Man, a bionic bruiser whose fearlessness extended to cobras.

Macho in Miniature

For nearly 40 years, G.I. Joe has been on America's front lines in toy boxes from coast to coast

Tracy Clune (foreground) and cousin Aine Clune reaped benefits from a five-month on-camera experiment in homesteading.

Home on the Range

A new public television series transplants three American families to the frontier West of 1883, without electricity, running water or visits to the mall


Movie Magic on the Mall

Museum flicks – from German silents to a comedy starring kangaroos – are not the typical fare

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