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Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau
With polar opposite personalities, Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau created unique chemisty onscreen while they managed to keep a lifelong friendship offscreen.
Were They Or Weren't They?
When it came to acting "drunk," some classic actors needed a little help, some didn't. Some even showed up to work hung over!
Thanks But No Thanks
Mae West. Fred MacMurray. Henry Fonda. Despite their best judgment, they wound up making mistakes in choosing their roles.
The First Stunt Women of Cinema
Helen Gibs, Polly Burson and Lila Finn. Three women who performed film stunt work usually done by stunt men.
Hollywood's War Bonds for WWII
During World War II, Hollywood was an adamant supporter of war bonds and raised a lot of money for the soldiers
Cocktails Inspired By Hollywood
Mary Pickfort. Greta Garbo. Mae West. All are legendary stars who have inspired bartenders to concoct cocktails named after them.
Katharine Hepburn as Box Office Poison?
At one point in her career, The First Lady of Cinema was considered Box Office Poison. But she was able to bounce back.
Production Problems on West Side Story
Shakespeare may have had problems with his production of "Romeo and Juliet," but his cast was not singing and dancing.
Edith Head And The Stars
Eight-time Oscar winning costume designer Edith Head worked with her favorite and not-so-favorite stars.
First Films Committed To Celluloid
The first films of cinema last than a few minutes, but thanks to film preservation they can be viewed 100 years later.
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