The marriage of Robert Taylor and Barbara Stanwyck was an odd one from the start. They met in 1936 on a blind date just before working together in “His Brother’s Wife.” There seemed to be a mutual attraction from the … Continue reading
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Here’s some photos I’ve come by since the original post: Left to right: canoodling in a cab; meeting the locals Buying gas. Left to right: Rome; above the Forum; Colosseum, being ignored by the locals; Colosseum Left to right: Dining … Continue reading
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This recipe is in a cookbook I’ve had for years. It’s the Betty Crocker Picture Cook Book, published in 1950. I have no intention of making this, but if you do, please let me know how it comes out. The … Continue reading
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The Pittsburgh Press July 26, 1936 The Strange Case of Robert Taylor and the Movie Mania About Him By Florence Fisher Parry There isn’t such a thing, such a place, such a state of mind as Hollywood! There ISN’T such … Continue reading
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