Monthly Archives: January 2013

Robert Taylor Looking Good in Three Comrades (1938)

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The Music of Quo Vadis

The following is from the original program book for Quo Vadis. The musical score which Dr. Miklos Rozsa, brilliant two-time Academy Award winner, has created for “Quo Vadis” is expected to set a whole new pattern for the scoring of … Continue reading

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New Robert Taylor DVDs Are Available

From Warner Archive: A Toothsome Taylor Twosome TIP ON A DEAD JOCKEY (1957) From war vet preachment yarn to domestic drama, from fateful Noir to aviation actioneer, this post Korean War suspenser leads us down a series of narrative rabbit … Continue reading

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Robert Taylor and his Beloved Dogs – Updated

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{actually 26 photos} Robert Taylor loved animals–dogs and horses especially.  He wasn’t sentimental about them, though, being a proficient hunter and fisherman.  I don’t know how he felt about cats, although he cuddles one gently in High Wall.  Here is … Continue reading

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Simplicity, Sincerity and Honesty (and Alfalfa)

The Pittsburgh Press April 8, 1938 Bob Taylor Doesn’t Know ‘Robert Taylor’ of Fan Magazines Popular Screen Idol Is Sincere Bewildered Boy Who Likes Alfalfa By Frank Aston Hollywood–Robert Taylor is something of a problem child to his handlers. They … Continue reading

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