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The Lady from Shanghai (1947)

Orson Welles was weighty. I think that’s universally agreed. Influence-wise, in terms of mythologising and the shadow cast over subsequent Hollywood studio artistry, for sure. Corporeally also, later in life. 554 more words

Tom Watchorn

Beauty matters

A beautiful human being, either a woman or a man, will always have success. Physical beauty is important, and they say that the beauty of the soul is the most important. 325 more words

Monique Classique

Rita Hayworth: Put The Blame On Mame


When Mrs. O’Leary’s cow

Kicked the lantern in Chicago town

They say that started the fire

That burned Chicago down

That’s the story that went around… 315 more words


Hollywood History

“They say men would go to bed with Gilda but then wake up with me…”

Gilda (1946) a Charles Vidor classic film noir, starring the beautiful Rita Hayworth and dashing Glenn Ford. 282 more words

Joelle Legrand