I am rerunning this post because it’s a good look at Mr. Taylor and his family at Christmas. Merry Christmas, Happy New Year to all the readers of this blog. The following excerpt is from …but I have promises to … Continue reading
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By Ida Zeitlin, Modern Screen, 1939 When a gal like Babs–crazy about Java, jive and jools–loves a gun-totin’ meat-eating guy like Bob, watch out for fun and fireworks! She’s a big-town gal. He’s from the cornfields of Nebraska. He loves … Continue reading
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August 5th would have been Robert Taylor’s 109th birthday. Robert Taylor’s career spanned four decades. Mr. Taylor belonged to the greatest generation, loved his country and his family. Robert Taylor was an extremely talented and versatile actor and a good … Continue reading
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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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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