Theodore Cruz has been a movie fan
since the early 1930's, four score plus years ago. From that perspective
he has a appreciation for the how movies have evolved from silent to
sound, from black and white to color. He served in the US Navy as an
aerial, still, and motion picture photographer during World War II in
the Pacific theater. Following graduation from Occidental College
he worked for the Eastman Kodak Company in Los Angeles, Rochester NY,
and Dallas. He was affiliated with Cable Access of Dallas as a producer/director
for many years and later served as president of Dallas Community Television.
Currently he plays banjo with the Dallas Banjo Band, teaches English
as a second language at a local church and continues a lifelong hobby
of photography. He has been writing film commentaries more than
three years and you can find his movies reviews at http://www.cruzmoviereviews.com.