Thursday, August 20, 2015

New Movie & TV Show Clips

We have added four new movie and TV show clips to our “Cambridge in Hollywood” video vault. They include clips from:

the premiere episode of “Astronaut Wives Club”, the 2015 ABC television series;
“Double Indemnity” movie from 1944 starring Fred MacMurray & Barbara Stanwyck;
“Top Hat” movie from 1935 starring Fred Astaire & Ginger Rogers;
“The Thin Man” move from 1934 starring William Powell & Myrna Loy.

Don’t miss viewing the other 16 TV show and movie clips at: The clips can be viewed in full screen mode in most web browsers on your computer.

Please let us know if you notice Cambridge Glass in other movies or TV shows by sending an email to: Include as much information as you can including movie or TV show title, what you saw and a description of the scene. If it is a TV series, include the season number, episode number and episode title. The production or airing year is often helpful also. Some good movies have been remade multiple times. The database at is helpful in learning additional information. The more information you provide, the easier it will be for us to find the sighting of Cambridge Glass.

Sunday, August 2, 2015

Miami Valley Study Group's New Blog

We have created this blog to keep interested viewers informed of additions to our extensive Cambridge Glass web site (, photo albums ( and auction albums ( There are educational & Hollywood videos, Crystal Ball newsletter back issues from 1973, over 24,000 catalog images and photographs of Cambridge Glass and photographs of past and coming annual auction lots. You will also find information on Cambridge colors, trademarks and additional information of interest to Cambridge Glass collectors.

This forum will also allow us to provide tips on how to get the most from our extensive Cambridge Glass collection of information.

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