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    Movie lovers hankering for a regular dose of that old Hollywood magic have a reason to celebrate this week, with the announcement that FilmStruck is expanding its library to include Casablanca, Citizen Kane, Singin’ in the Rain, and hundreds of other essential titles from the Warner Bros. library. Never before has the golden age of the dream factory been showcased so extensively on one streaming service. Adventurous aficionados and completists will have plenty to look forward to, starting with the complete Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers and a treasure trove of deep cuts in the new twenty-three-film Bette Davis spotlight.

    It’s been a little over a year since we launched FilmStruck with Turner Classic Movies—and if you haven’t had a chance to check it out, now’s the time. Over the coming months, the streaming library will grow to more than 1,800 titles, featuring the best in cinema from Hollywood and around the world, handpicked and programmed by the folks at Criterion and TCM. Follow FilmStruck (@filmstruck) and the Criterion Channel (@criterionchannl) on Twitter for regular updates on what’s playing on the service, and take a look at the below gallery for a taste of some of the great films that are now available to stream!


  • By David Orr
    February 28, 2018
    07:40 PM

    Great job, Criterion! You and TCM are a match made in cinematic heaven. 😀
    • By Sean Ramsdell
      March 01, 2018
      07:33 AM

      You said it, now all we need is Tex Avery :)
  • By Herbert H.
    March 01, 2018
    09:38 AM

    I’m thrilled that the Hollywood Classics have found a home with FilmStruck! The initial listing of films are some of the best of Hollywood. Looking forward to new titles in the weeks ahead to include Northwest Passage, I hope! All the best for your continued success!