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Reid Mitenbuler

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Masters of Disguise

How one man enlisted Hollywood to help turn W.W. II aircraft manufacturers up and down the West Coast into camouflage suburbs, complete with fake houses, cars—even laundry lines

From the Arctic to Hollywood, with Stops Along the Way

In 1932, MGM set out to adapt a book by Peter Freuchen for the screen. The result was more chaotic than any of the Arctic explorer’s expeditions

Dancing Skeletons and Lecherous Skunks

The golden age of animation in 10 inventive—and politically incorrect—cartoons

Coyote Ugly

Among the stars of animation’s golden age—Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig—Wile E. Coyote is the most relatable of the bunch