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Here are links to our sponsors websites and to some other websites that we think might be of interest to our members.

Sponsors for Cinecon 55

U.S. Bank's core businesses include Consumer & Business Banking, Corporate & Commercial Banking, Payment Services and Wealth Management & Investment Services. U.S. Bank believes art enriches and inspires our community. They support the visual and performing arts organizations that push our creativity and passion to new levels. When we test the limits of possible, we find more ways to shine.

Hollywood Heritage is a non-profit group dedicated to preserving historic Hollywood and educating the public about the role of the early film industry in shaping Hollywood's history. You can visit rotating exhibits at the Hollywood Heritage museum and shop for unique gifts and memorabilia in the muesum store.

LAC Group The skilled librarians, analysts, researchers, archivists, consultants and other professionals of LAC Group deliver the expertise you need, when you need it. For more than 30 years, their clients have come to trust and rely on their services and results.

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Bonhams is a privately owned international auction house. Founded in 1793, it is one of the world's largest and most renowned auctioneers of fine art and antiques, motor cars and jewelry. Bonhams will again partner with TCM to present another movie memorabilia auction to be held December 2019.

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The Warner Archive Collection offers exclusive accress to the world's largest film library. New films, shorts, television movies and series are added to the collection every month.

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History For Hire is a family owned prop rental company that has been in continuous operation since 1985. The quality of their merchandise and the level of their service is second to none.

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Stu's Show is dedicated to preserving classic TV and the people responsible for it. Broadcasts contain in-depth discussions of lives, careers, behind-the-scenes memories of classic TV personalities. Watch or listen to Stu's Show on flat screen TVs, cell phones and tablets. Visit his website for more details.

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Classic Flix is exclusively devoted to classic films and TV shows made before 1970. Their home video label is focused on restoring and releasing long neglected classics on Blu-ray and DVD.

Other websites of interest

Silent Era is a web site devoted to (you guessed it) the silent era. Lots of great news, reviews, and an e-mail newsletter. A perfect portal for the silent film newbie or veteran.

The Commentary Track is the web site of our friend Frank Thompson which features conversations with film historians and filmmakers.

Barewalls Movie Posters
Barewalls offers thousands of movie posters from the silent movie era to today! We also offer millions of art posters and prints in any style and topic you can imagine.

Los Angeles Historic Theatre Foundation
The Los Angeles Historic Theatre Foundation is dedicated to the preservation and use of the classic Movie Palaces in Los Angeles, and their monthly tours of area theaters offer behind-the-scenes looks at stuff the general public never sees.

The TCM Backlot is the ultimate fan club for everyone who loves Turner Classic Movies! The club is your ticket to go behind the scenes, attend private gatherings, meet TCM talent and become part of the network like never before. To start your 30-day risk-free trial and receive a free TCM t-shirt click here.

For fans of pulp fiction, PulpFest convention in Columbus, Ohio, is a place to catch up on past adventures in The Shadow, The Spider, Black Mask and pulp magazines.

Shel Dorf Tribute
A tribute page to the late Shel Dorf, a longtime Cinecon attendee who was also one of the founders of Comic-con.

Silent Movie Crazy
Long time Cinecon attendee "Miss Janet" has a web site called where she shares her love of silent films. Of course she also mentions her favorite film festival, Cinecon and includes our website on her links page (thanks, Janet). You can also find reviews of films screened at past Cinecons on her blog

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