The Gorgeous Hussy, 1936, is playing on Turner Classic Movies on Tuesday, September 14 at 7:45 a.m. est. It’s a story about Washington D.C. It’s about dirty tricks, sleazy operatives, scurrilous personal attacks and lies. The 2020 election? No, The … Continue reading
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When Ladies Meet, 1941, is playing on Turner Classic Movies on Tuesday, July 6 at 9:00 a.m. It is the story of a married couple, a lady author and a charming single journalist. Joan Crawford, the author, considers herself a … Continue reading
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by Robert Taylor as told to Gladys Hall Modern Screen, September 1940 Acting is the most unstable of the professions. It and politics are the only two pursuits of man which depend solely upon public favor. In other lines of … Continue reading
Tagged Barbara Stanwyck, Charles Boyer, Clark Gable, Gladys Hall, Joan Crawford, Maureen O'Sullivan, Modern Screen, Robert Taylor, Spencer Tracy, Vivien Leigh, Wallace Beery, Why Did I Slip?
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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
Tagged 1930s, Barbara Stanwyck, Franchot Tone, Golden Era, His Brother's Wife, hollywood, Jean Hersholt, Joan Crawford, Joseph Calleia, Loew's Weekly, MGM, Robert Taylor, romance, The Gorgeous Hussy
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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