Did the author of “In Cold Blood” and “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” have an incredible memory? Or did he fabricate the quotes in his famous interviews?
The 1957 film “Blasting Cap Danger” would have you believe blasting caps littered the mid-century American landscape.
But what are blasting caps?
In the 1930s, Hollywood zeroed in on someone to blame for the country’s collective delinquency: bad mothers.
Buried within an obscure silent film that hit movie theaters more than 100 years ago is a brilliant performance by Hollywood’s first Asian movie star. He was nominated for an Oscar, he was one of the highest-paid actors of his time, he was world famous—and you’ve never heard of him.