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Jun 1929 - My Private Diary Rudolph Valentino

In 1929, the Occult Publishing Company, Chicago published a book titled “My Private Diary – Rudolph Valentino” with the backing of the Chicago Valentino Memorial Club.   228 more words

Rudolph Valentino

October 21, 1921: The iconic silent film, The Sheik,  premiers. The movie was directed by George Melford and starred Rudolph Valentino and Agnes Ayres. It was based on the book of the same name written by Edith Maude Hull with a screen adaptation written by Monte M Katterjohn. 528 more words


2015 Rudolph Valentino Calender

With each New Year there is something always to look forward to and that is the annual Rudolph Valentino Calendar created by one of my favorite authors Ms. 37 more words

1923 My Day Dreams and Rudolph Valentino

In 1923, through Rudolph’s close friend and business manager George Ullman, he wrote a book of poetry called “Day Dreams”.  Rudolph Valentino did not claim to write this book. 359 more words

19 Dec 1926 - The Lair of the Falcon

Pressed close to the mountainside lay the home of Rudolph Valentino. Well had he named it Falcon’s Lair, for a wild falcon might have nested there and found security. 1,135 more words

Rudolph Valentino is through with matrimony. “As long as I have to get my living from audiences of young women–married or unmarried–I consider it my duty to steer clear of marriage. 33 more words

The Forgotten Rowing Movie with Heartthrob Rudolph Valentino

Göran R Buckhorn writes:

The first film on rowing is the black & white, silent documentary The Oxford and Cambridge University Boat Race, filmed on 30 March 1895 and directed and produced by… 817 more words