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The Three Musketeers (1948) - For A Lazy Sunday Afternoon

by Paul Batters

Who wants to live ’till the last bottle is empty? It’s all-for one, d’Artagnan, and one for all!’ Athos (Van Heflin) 1,611 more words

Photoplay Jan.-Apr. 1951

Cover girls (l.-r., in order of appearance): Lana Turner, Jane Powell, Betty Hutton, Esther Williams.

Photoplay

Lana Turner - The Bad and the Beautiful

My idea of a perfect Saturday evening is homemade pizza, a decent bottle of red, and a great film noir, watched alone or with friends at home. 421 more words

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Poem-a-Day April 2018 Writer’s Digest Challenge #27. Theme: Story

Snowe White and Her Seven Husbands
(based on the life of Lana Turner)

Once upon a time in Hollywood,
when stars were glamorous and married often, 169 more words

Imitation of Life

Joy in Pain, Pleasure in Sacrifice

“As Linda Williams has noted,” Marina Heung writes, “The dominant emotion in the Women’s Film is ‘Joy in pain, pleasure in sacrifice.’”

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Watching 1939: These Glamour Girls

In 2011, I announced I was trying to see every film released in 1939. This new series chronicles films released in 1939 as I watch them.  1,572 more words

1939

Betrayed (1954)

“A spy has no character. He only assumes one.”

Clark Gable played his final role for MGM in this WW2 spy thriller alongside Lana Turner and Victor Mature. 761 more words

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