Welcome to All Time Rebel! This is a site dedicated to the Nicholas Ray film Rebel Without A Cause (1955) for its 50th anniversary in 2005. This is an unofficial fan site to the film. You can find articles, pictures, informations, character analysis, and actor biographies here. I got most of my materials here from the internet. I try to keep in track of the credits as best as I could. This layout is created on Jan. 1st, 2005. I hope you all enjoy this site! Please leave a comment at the guestbook before you leave. Have fun!

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12.24.2006 - Griffith Park Observatory Reopened

The famed Griffith Observatory was officially reopened during Fall 2006. I believe the observatory has relocated the James Dean bust to a spot where one can see the Hollywood sign. For more information, please visit: http://www.griffithobs.org/

06.28.2006 - The Edge of Outside premieres in July on TCM

The Edge of Outside, a Turner Classic Movies original production that features independent filmmakers of today and the past, will be premiered at 8PM on July 5, 2006. Featured artists include Orson Welles, Samuel Fuller, Sam Peckinpah, John Cassavetes, and our Rebel director Nicholas Ray. Footages of Rebel Without A Cause would be included in the documentary. Although Rebel would not be shown as part of the indie films tribute, several celebrated films are picked to be aired every Wednesday evening throughout July. Be sure to check out some of these great treasures as well as Rebel's mention in TCM's wonderful original documentary. More information can be found here: Turner Classic Movies Turns the Lens Toward the Fringe of Cinema in EDGE OF OUTSIDE, July 5.

05.16.2006 - JamesDeanArchives.com

April has recently updated her James Dean site. It is now located at JamesDeanArchives.com.

12.24.2005 - Fan's Memory Added

A fan's experience at the James Dean Fest this year is posted on the Features page. Thanks Julie for your contribution. If you would like to share your experience you have in the JD Fest this year, or if you would like to share some of your thoughts and insights on the movie, feel free to email us.

A new article is also added: Dean of Fine Arts.

12.10.2005 - Interview with Al Weisel

An interview with Al Weisel, the co-author of Live Fast, Die Young: The Wild Ride of the Making of Rebel Without A Cause, is posted on the Features page. Please check it out, and don't forget to take a look at Mr. Weisel's new book. More information can be found in: www.livefastdieyoung.com

10.27.2005 - Happy 50th birthday, Rebel!!!

On this date 50 years ago (Oct. 27, 2005), Rebel Without A Cause was officially released in theaters. This is the 50th anniversary since its premiere, and the film's impact is still strong on young audiences. To one of the greatest written American tragedies of all time, HAPPY BIRTHDAY, Rebel!

Fan reflections and memories are still accepting on an on-going basis. Please refer to the last entry and send in your own point of view to [email protected].


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