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The Daily MirrorOct. 30, 1940: Wallace Beery has really asked ex-wife Gloria Swanson to rule his roost again -- and she's giving it a ponder, Jimmie Fidler says...
The Daily MirrorI don’t post much on the 1920s (so many stories, only one Larry Harnisch) but I stumbled across this feature page when looking for something else and found several interesting pieces. The first is a long interview with Joseph M.......
Audrey Hepburn's 'Funny Face' hat and Gloria Swanson's fox boa among the loot at Julian's Auctions summer saleAll The RageJulien’s Auctions, the entertainment and celebrity memorabilia auction house, will host its summer auction May 7-8 at its Beverly Hills gallery featuring a clutch of fashion accessories and ephemera from some of the silver screen's most legendary...
For more information, contact: Hollywood Legends Saturday, May 7 and Sunday, May 8 Julien's Auctions Beverly Hills 9665 Wilshire Boulevard Suite 150 Beverly Hills, CA 90210 (310) 836-1818 www.juliensauctions.com
Lights, camera, action! "All right, Mr. DeMille, I'm ready for my close-up." Gloria Swanson uttered those words 60 years ago in Billy Wilder's film noir — "Sunset Boulevard." The movie was nominated for 11 Academy Awards, winning three, and is...
Chuck Palahniuk is as subtle as a straight right to the jaw, and just as bracing. His 1996 novel "Fight Club" was a terrific meditation on the decrepit state of modern manhood. It had a relentless pace, brutal honesty and pitch-black humor. Made into...
Gayle Anderson was live in Hollywood at the HOLLYWOOD ROOSEVELT HOTEL, one of the BEST places to watch the ACADEMY AWARDS and the HONDA L.A. MARATHON PRESENTED BY K-SWISS. The landmark HOLLYWOOD ROOSEVELT HOTEL, on the National Historic Register, is on...
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The Daily MirrorFor Mary and all the other silent-film aficionados out there, we return triumphantly to 1920 this week! Cecil B. DeMille's tremendously entertaining "Why Change Your Wife?" is one of a slew of romantic comedies he made around this time, following close on...
Brand XI used to be terrible at recognizing which celebrities were using Botox. My wife would shake her head in bewilderment: "What?! It's so obvious! How can you not see that?!" For whatever reason, it always sailed straight over my head. But that was then...
Coy Watson Jr., who was the eldest in a family of nine child actors and whose book "The Keystone Kid," recounted a silent-film career that began in 1913, has died. He was 96. -------------------- FOR THE RECORD: Coy Watson Jr. obituary: The obituary...
In the introduction of Cari Beauchamp's crackling page-turner "Joseph P. Kennedy Presents: His Hollywood Years," this top-flight film historian declares that the father of JFK "saw everything and everyone, from Gloria Swanson to Adolf Hitler, through a...
Tags: Entertainment, Movies, Family, Washington (U.S. state), Death
Zap2It.comRaquel Welch is far too smart not to be in on the joke. The legendary movie bombshell goes subtly campy as -- well, a legendary movie bombshell in the comedy "Welcome to the Captain," which CBS debuts Monday, Feb. 4. Set in and around the fabled...
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