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Sarah Key was seven years old when she knew she wanted to become a writer. Raised on classic films and television, her interest in writing continued to blossom alongside a fascination for silent films, classic actors, and Old Hollywood. Now 17, Sarah offers her unique insight into Hollywood’s Golden Age.

Into the Future: The Genre of Sci-Fi in Fritz Lang’s Metropolis...

By: Sarah Key Los Angeles, CA (The Hollywood Times) 07/13/20- Movies made most impactful to audiences are the ones that create the most memories. The...

Lunch Was Every Other Wednesday; A Lovely Afternoon with Documentary Filmmaker...

Photos courtesy of Donna Kanter Los Angeles, CA (The Hollywood Times) 06/20/20- “It’s a way of celebrating friendship and life. It’s really just like a...

The Perfect Deputy; The Acting Career of Don Knotts

By: Sarah Key Los Angeles, CA (The Hollywood Times) 05/08/2020- Perhaps one of the most recognizable character actors worldwide is Don Knotts. Turning on a...

The Maniacal Frye; The Life Behind Universal’s Infamous Renfield

By: Sarah Key Photos Courtesy of Gregory William Mank Los Angeles, CA (The Hollywood Times) 1/31/2019 - Upon watching the 1931 Universal classic Dracula, people are...

Preserving and Restoring Hollywood’s Classic Films: An Interview with Paul Gierucki

Los Angeles, CA (The Hollywood Times) 11/26/2019 - Motion picture film was originally made up of nitrate, a highly flammable and chemically toxic compound,...

The Career and Legacy of “Baby Peggy” – Last of the...

Los Angeles, CA (The Hollywood Times) 09/09/2019- During the silent film era, it was of no concern or consequence if there were no special...