"Stars that I've met: Vincent Price,Red Buttons,Joan Baez and Chad Everett. The last 3 were all out at the airport and Mr.Price at his one man show. Who was the nicest: Red Buttons was sweet and funny,and I actually got to hold hands with…"
"Love all the pics! I have a couple of H.L. books,but I'm only in the first few chapters.I'm curious as to why Harold & Mildred's daughter Gloria had her parents raise her own daughter Suzanne? Oh and speaking of Harold's…"
"Yes,I too have it.I wish I could think of somebody to buy it for. Better still though,I wish they'd come out with more of H.L.'s films.I mean heck,it's been 5 years. Hint hint Suzanne Lloyd Hayes..please"
"Hi there fellow M.S.fan,
I knew Margaret Sullavan had problems with her hearing,especially in her left ear,but I didn't know she was tone deaf.Besides not being able to sing,how would someone know if they're tonedeaf or not? Does anybody…"
The Shop around the Corner,Flesh and the devil,Sunrise(a song of two humans),It's a Wonderful Life,anything with Harold Lloyd,anything with Bette Davis or Greta Garbo,and plenty of others(mostly silent films)
Hi again! Although I absolutely love Margaret Sullavan "with" James Stewart(they look adorable together),I consider myself a real Margaret Sullavan fan.In other words,she didn't need Jimmy Stewart to look good or to act great,she could do all that on her own.Just the same as I love James Stewart by himself too. Anyway,thanks for starting this group,it was needed!
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To view The Wedding Night click here. The Wedding Night was doomed from the start. It was producer Samuel Goldwyn’s final attempt at making the Ukrainian actress Anna Sten into a Garbo-level star, and his persistence had become something of a Hollywood joke. The Wedding Night became known around town as “Goldwyn’s Last Sten,” but […]
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