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Bride by Mistake (1944)

Director: Richard Wallace

This update of the Joel McCrea/Miriam Hopkins comedy The Richest Girl in the World is a rare example of a remake improving on the preceding film. 213 more words

Reviews

October 18, 1944

Camp Chaffee, Arkansas

Dearest Helen,

How are you feeling and did you get over your cold yet? I miss you very much Helen and am always thinking of you. 260 more words

Letters

Home Town Elegy by George Sutherland Fraser

(For Aberdeen in Spring)

Glitter of mica at the windy corners,
Tar in the nostrils, under blue lamps budding
Like bubbles of glass the blue buds of a tree, 240 more words

Poetry

Normandy Remembered

One of THE best things I have ever seen!!!

Boy on the Beach at Normandy Video (Click the link to view the video.)
This father did an amazing job of teaching his son about our great and sacrificial heritage. 36 more words

Modern Society

70 Years Ago Today... "'Sunday, Monday and Always'"


PM, October 13, 1944
‘Sunday, Monday and Always’
These pictures were taken yesterday inside the Paramount Theater where Frank Sinatra was in the second day of a personal appearance engagement. 8 more words

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70 Years Ago Today... "Explanation: Sinatra Opened at the Paramount"


PM, October 12, 1944
Explanation: Sinatra Opened at the Paramount
“Frank Sinatra began an engagement at the Paramount Theater here yesterday. He reached the theater at 6 a.m. 1,066 more words

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