His Brother’s Wife, 1936, is playing on Turner Classic Movies on Friday, July 16 at 7:15 a.m. Mr. Taylor was actually a fan of roller coasters and often dragged Ms. Stanwyck off to ride them with him. Folks, this one … Continue reading
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Here are a few fun items I came across recently: Text: Edwin Styles and Coral Browne are playing the leads in the Somerset Maugham play Lady Frederick at the Savoy theatre in London now. It is expected that the play … Continue reading
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Loew’s Weekly was a free publication for moviegoers at Loew’s theatres. This is from their August 28, 1936 edition. Bob Taylor Takes New York with New Hit by Max Miles Broadway has become a one-way street called “Lovers Lane!” All … Continue reading
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It’s Spring and in the northern hemisphere life returns. We wait anxiously for the first snowdrop, the first crocus, daffodil, tulip. It is a time for life, love and beauty. So, in the spirit of love and beauty, I present … Continue reading
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I just bought a book called The MGM Story: the Complete History of Fifty Roaring Years. It is by John Douglas Eames, published by Crown Publishers Inc, New York, 1975. The subtitle is: All 1713 films of MGM described and … Continue reading
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