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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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Robert Taylor was born on August 5, 1911. 2019 is the 108th anniversary of his birth. Mr. Taylor died on June 8, 1969 from lung cancer. Robert Taylor was one of the most talented and versatile actors of Hollywood’s Golden … Continue reading
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Robert Taylor died on June 8, 1969 in St. John’s Hospital in Santa Monica, California. Decades of chain smoking had given him lung cancer. His ashes are interred at Forest Lawn Cemetery in Glendale, California. Mr. Taylor left behind 77 … Continue reading
Tagged acting, Barry Nelson, Conrad Veidt, Edward Arnold, Escape, Johnny Eager, Lana Turner, norma shearer, Philip Dorn, Robert Taylor, Turner Classic Movies, Ursula Thiess, van heflin
Cattle King, 1963 is playing on Turner Classic Movies on Tuesday, June 11 at 3:30 p.m. est. Not closed captioned. Cattle King is the last film Robert Taylor made under his MGM contract. His full-time contract had ended in 1959 … Continue reading
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Tagged Cattle King, Golden Era, hollywood, matinee idol, MGM, movie stars, Ray Teal, Robert Loggia, Robert Middleton, Robert Taylor, Terry Taylor, Tessa Taylor, Ursula Thiess, William Windom
There is a trifecta of excellent Robert Taylor movies on March 22 and 23: Many Rivers To Cross, Westward the Women and Valley of the Kings. Many Rivers To Cross, 1955, is playing on Turner Classic Movies on Friday, March … Continue reading
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Tagged Alan Hale, Berry Tree, comedy, Eleanor Parker, entertainment, Golden Era, hollywood, Indians, Jr., Kentucky, Many Rivers To Cross, MGM, movie stars, Robert Taylor, romance, Russ Tamblyn, Ursula Thiess, Victor McLaglen
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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
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Terry Taylor, son of Robert Taylor and Ursula Thiess, has recently published a book of poetry. The full title is Dino Droppings: A Collection of Poems by Terry Taylor. The book is brought to life (illustrated) with quirky line drawings … Continue reading