Monthly Archives: October 2013

Hitchcock Halloween Blogathon.

Hello readers. Joan Crawford, Barbara Stanwyck & Katharine Hepburn: Love Is A Fire, presents Hitchcock Halloween. For Halloween this month I will be¬†participating along with many other bloggers in the “Hitchcock Halloween Blogathon”. Lara Gabrielle, author of Backlots is hosting … Continue reading

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Happy 96th Birthday, Joan Fontaine.

Happy 96th Birthday to Joan Fontaine. Along with her Sister Olivia, Joan is one of the last surviving actresses from the Silver Screen. Joan de Havilland, made her star studded debut in this world on October 22nd, 1917 in Tokyo, … Continue reading

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Happy 88th Birthday Angela Lansbury.

Happy 88th Birthday to Angela Lansbury, Kate’s co-star in “state Of The Union”. Angela is one of the last surviving actresses from the Golden Age of Hollywood with no plans of retiring yet. Angela Bridget¬†Lansbury, made her star-studded debut in … Continue reading

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Blog Update: Katharine Hepburn.

Hi all readers. Just to inform you that I’ve added Katharine Hepburn as another subject on this blog. It was suggested to me by a fellow blogger that I add another topic in order to get more traffic. I thought … Continue reading

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In Loving Memory Of Bette Davis.

At exactly this time 24 years ago tonight, Bette’s light distinguished. 24 years later Bette still remains one of Hollywood’s brightest stars to ever grace the Silver Screen. Her memory will live on through her movies & interviews for many … Continue reading

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Joan in 1944.

“I’m still geared for tomorrow. I know who I am, what I want to do, and where I want to go. And I’ve got a long way to go yet as far as my ambitions are concerned. I don’t let … Continue reading

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Joan: Missed Film Opportunities: The Harvey Girls.

Have you ever wondered what “The Harvey Girls” would have been like if it was made a straight western starring Joan Crawford and Clark Gable? At one stage this formula was under consideration. In 1942, MGM was planning on making … Continue reading

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