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Nebraska’s Hollywood Cowboys and Indians by Alan J. Bartels For the full article go to Nebraska Life, July/August 2020 The road to superstardom began in southeast Nebraska for actor Robert Taylor. The native of Filley appeared in more than 80 … Continue reading
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By Ida Zeitlin, Modern Screen, 1939 When a gal like Babs–crazy about Java, jive and jools–loves a gun-totin’ meat-eating guy like Bob, watch out for fun and fireworks! She’s a big-town gal. He’s from the cornfields of Nebraska. He loves … Continue reading
Tagged 1939, Barbara Stanwyck, Golden Era, Her Cardboard Lover, Ida Zeitlin, marriage, Modern Screen, motorcycles, movie stars, Robert Taylor, The Gay Sisters
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I believe that this is from a magazine called Screen Stories. There were changes made between this and the actual filming but it is pretty accurate. The biggest change is that the title of the film was changed from The … Continue reading
Tagged Audrey Totter, Bobby Hyatt, Curtis Bernhardt, Dorothy Patrick, Eiizabeth Risdon, Golden Era, H. B. Warner, Herbert Marshall, High Wall, hollywood, MGM, Moroni Olson, Robert Taylor, Vince Barnett, Warner Anderson
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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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What do you know? Beautiful Ursula Thiess has just married lonely old Robert Taylor–that poor cuss who has nothing to offer a girl but love, fun and security! by Richard Moore, Screen Album, ca. 1954 We don’t keep you in … Continue reading