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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 a very strange letter from Barbara Stanwyck. She is obviously answering questions from someone named John, presumably a journalist. The tone starts out matter-of-fact but becomes very angry towards the end. There is no date but it has … Continue reading
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The marriage of Robert Taylor and Barbara Stanwyck was an odd one from the start. They met in 1936 on a blind date just before working together in “His Brother’s Wife.” There seemed to be a mutual attraction from the … Continue reading
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