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The Hollywood Sign Girl
A young distraught actress commits suicide by jumping off the "H" of the "Hollywoodland" sign. Is it a true story or urban legend?
Orson Welles and War Of The Worlds
Before Orson Welles' genius stirred Hollywood, he first caused a wave of hysteria with his radio dramatization of "War Of The Worlds."
Remembering Anita Page
A tribute to silent film actress Anita Page.
The Remarkable Gish Sisters
Together they were brought up on stage. In their early films, they mostly played sisters. Although they're careers differed, they always remained loving sisters to one another.
When Hollywood Was Once Sin City
Hollywoodland was once down and dirty with taboo subjects otherwise known as "Pre-Code Films." After The Production Code, films were wholesome again.
Their Disastrous First Screen Tests
Fred Astaire. Norma Shearer. Bette Davis. All three are legends in their own right. But in the beginning, they did not impress the studios.
The Original Blonde Bombshell
Jean Harlow’s career barely lasted a decade but her legacy continues to live on to today.
Here Comes The Nelsons
The Nelson family is at large, a musical family. But they also contributed a small part to classic film.
Runnin Wild -- A Review
My review of the biography "Clara Bow: Runnin' Wild" by David Stenn.
Jimmy Stewart's Military Career
Like his father and grandfather before him, Stewart felt it was necessary to serve his country when it needed him the most.
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