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Norma Shearer: The Forgotten Queen of Hollywood

The camera did not love Norma Shearer.  

According to Adele Roger St. John, a contributor to Photoplay, one of America’s first film fan magazines founded in 1911, 951 more words

Curious Diversions

Inez Cooper

Inez Cooper was an actress whose career was at first propelled by her resemblance to Hedy Lamarr – and crashed not long after for the very same reason. 1,230 more words


Natalie Wood in a diamond-patterned swimsuit

Natalie Wood: American child actress of the 1940s and early 1950s Hollywood star from 1955 onwards.

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The Kiss

Okay, I don’t really anticipate being able to keep this blog in any sort of chronological order, I’m just going to make these posts as they present themselves to my brain, but I’ll try to give a little context for each. 851 more words

Jeanette MacDonald

It was Bound to Happen...

I finally bit the bullet and did it. A MacEddy blog. Lord knows that these two fruitbats (gentle teasing of our two subjects is A-OK, kids, relax) take up a truly ridiculous amount of my time and space in my head. 1,141 more words

Jeanette MacDonald

Dance in Film

I know I’ve mentioned this before but dance is a driving force and major influence in my everyday life. Seeing dance performed, hearing music with a beat that inspires me, discovering new artists, all these elements motivate me daily and give me such energy and passion. 410 more words


Inspiration of the week: Sharon Tate

It always seemed sad to me that whenever the name Sharon Tate is said, it is always in hushed reverent tones. Her name is usually followed by, “Oh that poor woman” or “how horrific was her murder.” All of these sentiments are true. 619 more words