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Joan Crawford And Her List of Rivals
When Joan Crawford did not like you, she would let you know it. As she had done with Bette Davis, Norma Shearer and Loretta Young.

Thalberg Was MGM's Boy Wonder
He made 100 classic films into a reality by being their producer. He reinvented The Marx Brothers career. He also managed to produce some of his wife's most memorable films. His name was Irving Thalberg

They Went With Someone Else
Even classic stars had to face rejection at one point in their career. Other times, they unknowlingly turned down roles that helped make way for younger stars.

Before They Were Stars They Had Jobs
Fashion Model? Elevator Operator? Dental Assistant? Acrobat? Believe it or not these small jobs were what some classic stars did before they reached stardom.

What's The Price Hollywood?
Legs! Legs! Legs! Hollywood made sure those were insured. But what about Bette Davisís waistline? Or Marlene Dietrichís voice? Those were insured too.

Their Names Before They Were Stars
Archibald Leach. Frances Gumm. Rodolpho Alphonso di valentina d'antonguolla. Sometimes the names classic stars were born with, failed to reflect their star power.

Remembering Director Sydney Pollack
With applying his acting background to his directing, Sydney Pollack became a revered director.

Gone With The Wind Premiere
What was it like on the night of December 15, 1939 when "Gone With The Wind" premiered in Atlanta, Georgia?

Mae West's Scandalous Writing Career
When it came to writing plays, Mae West broke all the rules. Even at the risk of being fined and jailed for her work.

From Soldier to Film Star
After spotting Audie Murphy on the cover of "Life" Magazine for his military service, James Cagney invited him to Hollywood. His life would change forever.

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