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Great pix! I love the one with the boys sitting in Gable's lap (from DANCING LADY).

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Look at MM -- she looks like a little prom queen. From a photo like that, you can understand why so many of those who knew her used the word "sweet" to describe her!

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A January 2 birthday: Florence Lawrence.

She was the "Biograph Girl" in that studio's earliest days, and was the first silent film actor to be credited by name.

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Yes, looks quite the "Jack the Lad" as they say in England. And so he was, too.

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I have a copy of a movie Hugh Beaumont starred in called 'Money Madness' where he is the male lead and plays a psychopathic killer !

 

I wished TCM would show it (it was a B picture) and I also know he starred as Michael Shane (a detective / private eye series for RKO I think).

 

The Money Madness film I saw along time ago when PBS had the Matinee At The Bijou. It's a good thriller !

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Great thread - have there been any photos of George Peppard?

 

I'd also like to see:

 

Lee J. Cobb

Rod Steiger

Vic Morrow

William Lundigan

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Hi Joe,

 

Thanks for the ****!!! - - err - - I mean thanks for the picture of dear Anita.

I hear she lives in Rome now and is not well. I wish her all the best and good health.

 

As for her looking like Anna Nicole Smith - try the other way around. ANS is a poor imitation of Marilyn Monroe, Jayne Mansfield and Mamie Van Doren with a little Anita Ekberg thrown in.

 

Anita Ekberg was naturally endowed and pretty and was fairly competant as an actress; although no great thespian and never pretended to be.

I'm told people were awe struck by her and that she was very well liked.

 

I don't know what they say about ANS but it ain't good.......

 

Larry

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