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The Loved One (1965)

  • Directed by Tony Richardson.
  • Screenplay by Terry Southern & Christopher Isherwood, based on a novel by Evelyn Waugh.
  • The opening credits consist of Dennis Barlow (Robert Morse) de-planing at the Los Angeles airport & making his way to the baggage claim – looking, to some degree, lost the entire time.
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Liberace's Raincoat

According to Hollywood Babylon (Perhaps the greatest source of fake media), the man mononymously known as Liberace, the flashy pianist, and not the inferior aerosol air freshener from K-Mart®, had a great fear of getting wet while wearing clothes. 276 more words


Liberace waxes lyrical on canvas

Ashleigh Gweshe, well known as Liberace is a producer/songwriter.  The 23 year old Harare artist has been making music for 6 years but only started releasing last year. 143 more words

Hip Hop


No one who plays piano can ignore the reputation of the 20th Century piano virtuoso and showman, Liberace. I was up in Northhampton recently, and found this in the bins of a Salvation Army megastore – it probably wasn’t a megastore, but it was the biggest charity shop I’ve ever been in. 201 more words

Gigs And Recitals


On 30 , March 1966, Frank Gorshin‘s Riddler returned for “Ring of Wax” (directed by James Clark, written by Jack Paritz and Bob Rodger). The local wax museum is supposed to be unveiling a wax figure of Batman. 1,497 more words


Bob Darin in 1969

In 1969, Bobby became “Bob Darin,” in an effort to break away from his previous showbiz persona.  He recorded and released his second album for the Direction label, Commitment, in which he protests against police brutality, has a few thoughts about God, and sings about getting stoned.  147 more words