Fan Clubs for Classic Movie Stars
Fan Clubs for individual movie stars and groups on the Web.
Join more than 1,000 members of this virtual fan club. This 250-page site for the society dedicated to the life and times of the silent film star recently celebrated its 10th anniversary online.
The current official home of James Dean, run by CMG Worldwide. Not really a fan club as such.
Your membership dues get you an 8″x10″ photo, a membership card, a quarterly newsletter, a film list, and other special goodies.
Otherwise known as The Damfinos. For those of you who, like me, are terminally dense, that word is a shortened version of “Damned if I know.” There’s a convention in Michigan in October.
Home of The International Laurel & Hardy Society’s Way Out West Tent, this site is full of interesting material, including links to all the other “tents” in the Society.
Though parts of this official site are still under construction, there is still a lot of information of interest to Harold Lloyd fans, including a biography.
A list of mailing addresses for classic movie star fan clubs, compiled by The Movie Pal. Since none of them have Web sites, and few have email addresses, I can’t vouch for their accuracy, but it can’t hurt to try writing to them.
Formed in 1977, and now under the support of 20th Century Fox, the Club has 55,000 members all over the world.
Find a fellow Roy and Dale fan, join yourself, and visit the Official Roy Rogers and Dale Evans Web Site.
Sponsored by Comedy III Productions, part of the Official Web Site of the Three Stooges.