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This article is from a movie magazine from the early 1950s. I think it’s mostly a lot of baloney but it’s a fun read. It has the following subtitle: “The smart money has been on Barbara Stanwyck in the Taylor … Continue reading
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This is from a movie magazine under the category “Nostalgia.” The year is 1974, based on some obituaries in it. I couldn’t find the name of the magazine on any of the pages. I don’t agree with the premise of … Continue reading
Tagged Barbara Stanwyck, Eleanor Powell, Golden Era, hollywood, Jack Benny, Joan Crawford, matinee idol, Maureen O'Sullivan, MGM, Oliver Hinsdell, Robert Taylor, Ruth Adelia Stanhope Brugh, Spangler Arlington Brugh, Ursula Thiess, Virginia Bruce, Wallace Beery, Will Rogers
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This is from a movie magazine from the 1950s. I don’t know any more than that. Enjoy! The photos are not from the original article. They are from a 1961 LIFE Magazine article. Mr. Taylor is teaching his son Terry … Continue reading
Tagged Barbara Stanwyck, celebrities, Dorothy Kilgallen, fishing, hunting, Manuela Thiess, Michael Thiess, movie stars, Pacific Palisades, Robert Taylor, Ursula Thiess
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This article is incomplete, but what there is unusual and fun. It is from a movie magazine in 1949. I don’t know that I believe much of it. Mr. Taylor always stayed at the Dorchester when he was in England. … Continue reading
Tagged Barbara Stanwyck, Buckingham Palace, Conspirator, Elizabeth Taylor, hollywood, Honor Blackman, London, MGM, Mrs. Stotts, Ralph Couser, Robert Taylor, Savoy Hotel
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The following quotation comes from the book Rogue River Guide and His Gold by Orval Robertson and James Magmer, copyright 2017 by Jeanne Magmer, C & M Communications. The subtitle is The life and times of Southern Oregon Gold Miner/River … Continue reading
Tagged adventure, celebrities, fishing, Golden Era, hollywood, movie stars, Oregon, Orval Robertson, Robert Taylor, Rogue River, Rogue River Guide and His Gold, white water fishing
This is from an unknown movie magazine from about 1943. They shot the works that night, he and Barb. Flung a big, gorgeous, noisy party. Got mellow and made speeches. Yard-long speeches that ended in a toast. Then glasses clinked … Continue reading