Monthly Archives: July 2020

Farewell To Hollywood

This is from a movie magazine, 1943. Caption R:  By the  time this reaches print, Bob Taylor will be wearing the uniform of a Lieutenant (j.g.) in the U.S. Navy.  An expert civilian flier, he’s in the Ferry Command. Caption … Continue reading

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Why Did I Slip?

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by Robert Taylor as told to Gladys Hall Modern Screen, September 1940 Acting is the most unstable of the professions. It and politics are the only two pursuits of man which depend solely upon public favor. In other lines of … Continue reading

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The Lady Said “Yes”

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What do you know?  Beautiful Ursula Thiess has just married lonely old Robert Taylor–that poor cuss who has nothing to offer a girl but love, fun and security! by Richard Moore, Screen Album, ca. 1954 We don’t keep you in … Continue reading

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New Robert Taylor Documentary

There is a new Robert Taylor documentary made for British TV and just released.  It is one of the most positive views of Mr. Taylor that I have ever seen.  It is on You Tube.  There are a few mistakes … Continue reading

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Broadway Melody of 1936 and 1938 are Playing on TCM on July 13 (USA)

Broadway Melody of 1936 is playing on Turner Classic Movies at 8:00 a.m. on Monday, July 13.   Broadway Melody of 1938 is playing at 10:00.  Both are closed captioned. Broadway Melody of 1936, 1935, is a confection of a movie, … Continue reading

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