Monthly Archives: December 2014

A Soldier Lovingly Remembers Marlene Dietrich

Originally posted on Sister Celluloid:
She sizzled onscreen with the hottest leading men in Hollywood—Gary Cooper, Cary Grant, Charles Boyer, Robert Donat, James Stewart, Ronald Colman—but Marlene Dietrich’s most memorable co-star may have been a balding, jowly, irascible middle-aged man. While…

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It Happened One Night…

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Baking with Marlene Dietrich! Here’s Her Easy Chocolate Holiday Cake

Originally posted on Sister Celluloid:
Looking for a holiday cake that’s so easy it will have you falling in love again with baking? Here’s a recipe from one of my favorite books, Marlene Dietrich’s ABCs. Which isn’t exactly a cookbook. It’s more like a quiet…

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Angus McBean: Facemaker by Adrian Woodhouse – Reviews – Books – The Independent

Originally posted on BEGUILING HOLLYWOOD:
Dame Edith Evans by Angus McBean, bromide print, 1959 © estate of Angus McBean / National Portrait Gallery, London Was he a good portraitist? By the naturalistic lights of our day, no. Edith Evans, appalled…

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Suspicion, 1941: 31 Days of Cary Grant, Day 13

Originally posted on Nitrate Diva:
Cary Grant and Joan Fontaine in a still for Suspicion (1941), the first of four collaborations between Grant and Hitchcock. The film originally ended on a much darker note, with Fontaine’s character knowingly drinking poison…

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Now, who will meet Ms. Shearer? Under the mistletoe…

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