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… rolls & staggers into sex worker Marlene Dietrich’s establishment in TOUCH OF EVIL (1958) in search of Tanya’s pianola, chili and crystal ball. Hank Quinlan is an obscenely obese police chief on the U.S. 1,151 more words

History

Buy It, Borrow It or Bag It: The Hiltons- The True Story of an American Dynasty by J. Randy Taraborelli

     I welcome the opportunity to eat some humble pie every now and again and after reviewing one of Taraborelli’s previous works, (and receiving a surprise comment from him!) it opened the door for a brief e-mail exchange in which he was sweet enough to answer some questions I had about the “unauthorized biography” process, alleviated my fears of reading something that the living subjects had no control over. 403 more words

Buy It, Borrow It Or Bag It

Memoirs of a Professional Cad | Silver Screenings

Originally posted on Silver Screenings.

We have a soft spot for urbane, smooth-talking movie characters. A character like that is as much of a treat as a second helping of dessert. 140 more words

Reblogs

Zsa Zsa Gabor laughing

Zsa Zsa Gabor: born sometime between 1917 and 1923 in Budapest, Hungary, in movies between 1951 and 1996, final credit as herself in A Very Brady Sequel (1996).

Caring for the Elderly

I’m not going to lie: the main reason I moved to Los Angeles was to track down and befriend Zsa Zsa Gabor before she died. 1,049 more words

Comedy

Memoirs of a Professional Cad

We have a soft spot for urbane, smooth-talking movie characters. A character like that is as much of a treat as a second helping of dessert. 471 more words

Book Reviews

Review - Ceri Dupree, Fit For A Queen, Royal and Derngate, Northampton, 7th February 2015

For the first time in many years, last Christmas we missed out on seeing the Royal and Derngate’s panto – Peter Pan, starring Joe Pasquale. 1,774 more words

Chris Sparkle