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Anne Bancroft: Yma's Dream

An evergreen classic to cheer up your midweek slump, this pearl of campery fun features Anne Bancroft interpreting whomever decided to ever throw a party in any of the world great cities. 20 more words

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Alura In-Ze

Let’s go on with the characters appearing in Supergirl trailer: at the very beginning of it, we witness the destruction of Krypton, as well as  917 more words

DC

Monstrosity, Horror, and the Blind Spot in Rosemary's Baby (1968)

Some film scholars have divided the history of horror cinema into pre- and post-Psycho periods, suggesting that Hitchcock’s 1960 film represented a thematic shift that had a lasting impact on the genre. 2,147 more words

Movies

HOW WOMEN CHANGE THE WORLD: Mia Farrow

It is such a shame that for so much of her life Mia Farrow gained publicity for negative aspects of her personal life when her accomplishments spans across five decades and she is continuously involved in campaigns to improve the lives of impoverished people. 402 more words

How Women Change The World

#239 Rosemary's Baby (1968)

136 mins

Director: Roman Polanski

Writer: Ira Levin (Novel), Roman Polanski (Screenplay)

Cast: Mia Farrow, John Cassavetes, Ruth Gordon, Sidney Blackmer

Storyline: “A young couple move into a new apartment, only to be surrounded by peculiar neighbors and occurrences. 1,421 more words

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1911 – Birth of actress Maureen O’Sullivan in Boyle, Co Roscommon who is remembered for her role as Jane in a series of five movies opposite Johnny Weissmuller’s Tarzan.

Maureen Paula O’Sullivan was the daughter of Mary (née Frazer) and Charles Joseph O’Sullivan, an officer in the Connaught Rangers who served in World War I. 102 more words

Irish History

Peanut Sesamia Farrow Noodles

While we’ve had a lot of ups-and-downs in our relationship with 90% of HollywoodMia, she has always treated us with such warmth and empathy. That includes the time we viciously sold stories of her to the tabloids about how she was only adopting her children to complete a real-life recreation of the Von Trapps (to make up for her missing out on Leisel). 401 more words

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