Author Archives: Jeff
I was doing my podcast on the mystery of the L-8 Ghost Bimp of 1942. During my research, I discovered the name of Otto Gross who had done extensive research in the subject. I wrote Otto and he was nice … Continue reading
Movies That Are Awesome Is there a more creepy film that this? Is there a better bad guy that Robert Mitchum? The shot of Shelley Winters at the bottom of the lake! WOW! Why didn’t Charles Laughton direct anything else! … Continue reading
OK, so, a bunch of people came to this site last week but no one clicked through to my YouTube page. That’s fine! I’ve got thick skin! So, I’ve been watching Turner Classic Movies Tribute to the fantastic Robert Osborne. … Continue reading
It is Sunday morning and I am watching a great movie, Bowfinger, and publishing my latest Vlog on YouTube. I was wondering why last weeks Vlog, which is probably one of the best Vlogs ever posted to the Internet, only … Continue reading
Alice Guy Blaché was there from almost the beginning, yet she has been slowly forgot about. What are others remembered from the early days of cinema and this wonderful lady has been forgotten. She had a career that lasted 24 … Continue reading
On December 26, 1895 at the Salon Indien du Grand Café in Paris, a 20-minute presentation of 10 shorts films became the talk of Paris. It wasn’t the first time people had paid to watch a movie, but this event … Continue reading
For about 5 minutes, I walk about Orson Welles. Visit my Old Man Kelley Film History YouTube Channel. Thanks!
In 1903 that G. A. Smith did something that would change filmmaking forever! In his film called Sick Kitten, he did something unexpected. Smith wanted to the audience to see the cat eating its medicine, so he did something that … Continue reading
The year is coming to an end and we at Coffee With Jeff thank all those that support the show. Your emails and messages on Facebook and Twitter are always a great thrill to read. And we actually sold a … Continue reading
Marcia West: What are manners? Little rules for little people! From the Film: It’s Love I’m After from 1937.