Natalie Busch

Natalie Busch is a sophomore visual and media arts major at Emerson College, where she is a captain of the women’s basketball team. She has a passion for film, television, and writing and, after she graduates, her goal is to get paid to make up stories as a television writer.
Mickey Rooney, Ann Rutherford and Esther Williams in "Andy Hardy's Double Life"

Review: George B. Seitz’s “Andy Hardy’s Double Life,” Starring Mickey Rooney

Competitive swimmer Esther Williams teaches Mickey Rooney a lesson in love in George B. Seitz’s “Andy Hardy’s Double Life.”
Gene Kelly and Judy Garland in “For Me and My Gal”

Review: Busby Berkeley’s “For Me and My Gal,” Starring Judy Garland and Gene Kelly

Broadway star Gene Kelly makes his MGM debut opposite Judy Garland in Busby Berkeley’s vaudeville musical set during WWI.
Robert Sterling, Lana Turner, and Clark Gable in "Somewhere I'll Find You"

Review: Wesley Ruggles’ “Somewhere I’ll Find You,” Starring Clark Gable and Lana Turner

Clark Gable and Lana Turner fall in love in Wesley Ruggles’ war drama “Somewhere I’ll Find You.”
Donna Reed and Mickey Rooney in "The Courtship of Andy Hardy"

Review: George B. Seitz’s “The Courtship of Andy Hardy,” Starring Mickey Rooney

In George B. Seitz’s “The Courtship of Andy Hardy,” Mickey Rooney plays the all-American womanizer and troublemaker Andy Hardy for the twelfth time.
Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn in "Woman of the Year"

Review: George Stevens’ “Woman of the Year,” Starring Katharine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy

In the duo’s dazzling debut, Katharine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy fight and fall in love in George Steven’s “Woman of the Year.”
Monty Woolley, Bette Davis and Ann Sheridan in "The Man Who Came to Dinner"

Review: William Keighley’s “The Man Who Came to Dinner,” Starring Bette Davis and Monty...

Based on the hit Broadway play of the same name, “The Man Who Came to Dinner” is a theatrical comedy that takes a humorous and satirical look at Hollywood personalities.