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Zimmerman's Research Guide


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Movies

To look up a plot summary, the date, the leading actors and possibly the historical context of relatively popular movies, use the All Movie Guide and/or the Internet Movie Database.

The Baseline Released Films database on Lexis (BUSREF;FILMS) provides information on box office grosses for top films back to 1985; credits for U.S. feature films back to 1911; bios of movie industry personnel; estimates of the value of movies, studios, film libraries and film companies; star salaries; etc.

Reviews of current movies and available videos are posted on the All Movie Guide and Rotten Tomatoes .

The trade newspapers for the movie industry are Daily Variety and The Hollywood Reporter. Both publications are available on Lexis (NEWS;DLYVTY and NEWS;THR, respectively).

Top Academy Awards winners are listed in The New York Public Library Desk Reference.

Ticket sale data is available from BOXOFFICE magazine and ERC BoxOffice (Exhibitor Relations Company, Inc.).


See Also
Actors and Actresses
Music

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Copyright 2014 Andrew Zimmerman