Ok, we admit it. Classic Movie Chat has not given Bette Davis her just due. While we have, for example, published many blogs about Davis contemporary Deanna Durbin, our cupboard is pretty much bare when it comes to this great star. Davis was, of course, not only a great and popular actress — her $328,477 annual salary earned in 1946 […]
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Thinking of the brief career of Maggie McNamara (yesterday’s blog) brought to mind the beauty of an earlier era whose fate was similar, and in a way even more tragic. Hello Everybody. Joe Morella and Frank Segers here again. Gloria Dickson had made a sensational film debut in 1937’s They Won’t Forget (which also catapulted Lana Turner in a tight sweater to […]
Hello Everybody. A lot of you were amused by our story of George Murphy’s influence on Ronald Reagan’s career. Here’s another shot of the “Irish” boys from their appearance as father and son in Warner Brothers’ “This is the Army.” Irving Berlin co-starred. Did you like this? Share it:Tweet
Hello everybody. Mister Joe Morella and Mister Frank Segers here again. MRS. Norman Maine is out getting pizza. We know that you have all been waiting breathlessly for the other shoe to drop in our Humphrey Bogart Quiz. How well have you all done so far? OK, don’t give up hope. And keep in mind […]
BOGART AND THE KIDS Who are the boys posing with the tough guy? Hello Everybody. Mr. Joe Morella and Mr. Frank Segers here again with a rare photo. YESTERDAY’S PIC: Yes, Buster Crabbe is the mystery man in yesterday’s photos, the first snapshot released from the Donald Gordon Collection. Donald’s close pal was born Clarence […]