Stand by for Action (1943) is playing on Turner Classic Movies on Monday, April 26 at 4:00 p,m, est. Aside from the obvious encouragement to enlist this film has a good story line and contains truth, compassion and heroism. Stand … Continue reading →
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From a movie magazine ca. 1946. The magazine seems to have been wet at some time. By FREDDA DUDLEY ROBERT TAYLOR, erstwhile Naval Lieutenant, became a civilian at 2 p.m. one November day. At 2: 30 of the same afternoon … Continue reading →
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 sometime in the forties. The following article is reprinted from the Bayou Tale Spinner, New Orleans, Louisiana, where Robert Taylor has been a student. We were very interested to learn what the … Continue reading →
This is from an unknown movie magazine from about 1943. They shot the works that night, he and Barb. Flung a big, gorgeous, noisy party. Got mellow and made speeches. Yard-long speeches that ended in a toast. Then glasses clinked … Continue reading →