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Hush... Hush, Sweet Charlotte (Aldrich, 1964)

Hush… Hush, Sweet Charlotte was supposed to be the second Bette Davis/Joan Crawford headliner after 1962’s What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?, with the roles reversed and Davis playing the victim to Crawford’s scheming villain. 227 more words

Photoplay May-Aug. 1944

  • Cover girls: May – Hedy Lamarr; June – Olivia deHavilland; August – Betty Hutton.
  • Patriotic subjects dominated many magazines cover-dated July 1944; Photoplay’s July issue featured a war bond.
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Update on Olivia de Havilland vs. FX

I wrote a post a few days ago detailing how I would be going to Los Angeles in the final days of the Olivia de Havilland vs. 319 more words

Lara Gabrielle Fowler

Photoplay Sep.-Dec. 1943

Cover girls (l.-r., in order of appearance): Olivia de Havilland in Rosie the Riveter mode; Ingrid Bergman; Ann Sheridan; Paulette Goddard.

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Melanie Wilkes, Feminist

Recently, Richard Brookhiser (an essential follow for history buffs) tweeted:

What is everyone's favorite historical movie?
Mine: The Leopard. https://t.co/LLeJbxsnvD

— Richard Brookhiser (@RBrookhiser) October 25, 2017…

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Inaugural blog post: Celebrating the life of Joan Fontaine on her 100th Birthday

I take the first steps on my blog journey by recounting an amazing day I had last week; a day that I believe sparked the flame for this writing venture. 1,152 more words

Inaugural blog post: Celebrating the life of Joan Fontaine on her 100th Birthday

It is with profound pride that I take the first steps on my blog journey recounting an amazing day I had last week; a day that I believe sparked the flame for this writing excursion. 1,152 more words