Susan Hayward died March 14, 1975 at age 57. She was born Edythe Marrenner on June 30, 1917 in Brooklyn, New York.
She attended public school and a commercial high school and had plans on becoming a secretary. 245 more words
you’ll never walk alone / doris day
“You aim at all the things you have been told that stardom means — the rich life, the applause, the parties cluttered with celebrities. 149 more words
me & my uncle / katy moffatt
Susan Hayward appeared in about 6 Westerns. She was Star – and a beauty. 37 more words
There were some very eye catching newspaper advertisements, tag-lines and artwork for the Susan Hayward/Stephen Boyd film “Woman Obsessed” when it was released in the summer of 1959. 116 more words
me & my uncle / michael j. thoma
International Posters are often interesting
… and amusing.
Spanish interpretation: The Mail of Hell… 58 more words
they call the wind maria / harve presnell
Henry Hathaway Directed about 27 Westerns. Four during the 50’s.
In 1951, Hathaway entered the Golden Age of Westerns 235 more words
I’m going a slightly different route with this week’s “Found in the LOC.” Rather than feature an artist or particular aesthetic or theme, as I did with… 386 more words