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BOB TAYLOR’S Ten Years in Wonderland Movie Stars Parade, 1943 This article is incomplete. If anyone could send me a copy of the last page, I would appreciate it very much. The photo captions are the originals. I do enjoy … Continue reading
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It’s impossible to know whether Robert Taylor wrote this article himself or not but the tone of voice seems right for him. It contains one of the acting principles he lived by: “Good acting depends on lack of gestures and … Continue reading
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Collier’s Magazine October 3, 1936 Heart Bumper By Kyle Crichton The ways of Hollywood are inscrutable. They discover a young guy who is so handsome the hearts of the dolls give a twit! and turn over and play dead and … Continue reading
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Robert Taylor recalls an audition while he was still in college: “The casting director was kindly. He gave me an audition. I read something from “Private Lives.” Later I realized that I had “mugged” all over the place–“mugging” being the … Continue reading