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Not to Worry, Hedy. Just Stare Into The...

Not to Worry, Hedy.  Just Stare Into The Camera!

On Oct. 4, 1937, a 24-year-old Hedwig Kiesler disembarked at Los Angeles’ Union railroad station. The once naked Ecstasy heroine (there’s our gal above) was conservatively dressed — wearing a light-colored, three-quarter length skirt and matching jacket.  She was carrying a corsage of flowers. The newly christened Hedy Lamarr’s Hollywood movie career was about to begin. Hello, […]

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TOO MUCH PUBLICITY?

TOO MUCH PUBLICITY?

She was a showgirl with ambition.  She wrote and starred in a silent film which showed that she had great promise as a light comedienne.  But then her lover, the most powerful man in corporate America took over, and according to her, stunted her career rather than enhanced it. Hello, everybody.  Joe Morella and Frank […]

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