The Curious Case of Yukio Mishima

Yukio Mishima was an elusive man. He was a Nobel Prize nominated writer, an actor, director and socialite. But, he also staged a failed military coup in the name of Japanese nationalism. George Mullins outlines the peculiar life of Yukio Mishima.

The Oscars: A History

First hosted in the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel to 270 people, the ceremony lasted all of 15 minutes. Held exactly a decade before World War II, the winners had already been announced to the media three months earlier.