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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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 →
April 2019 will be an excellent month for Robert Taylor films on Turner Classic Movies. There will be seven, including two showings of Camille. The others are All the Brothers Were Valiant, Ride Vaquero, Valley of the Kings and Waterloo … Continue reading →
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This article is from Screen Guide magazine, 1950. This latest of Bob Taylor’s reports to Screen Guide readers brings us the exciting news that Metro is now filming some of the most important scenes of Quo Vadis. So Bob Taylor … Continue reading →
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