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Rosalind Russell with son Lance and husband Freddie

 

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Vincent Price & Ronald Colman in 1957

 

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Shelley Winters gets primped while Montgomery Clift waits, on the set of "A Place in the Sun"

 

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Screen legend Edward G. Robinson in his home during the 1930s

 

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Cornel Wilde & Evelyn Keyes playing with a YoYo on the se of "A Thousand and One Nights"

 

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Comic Edgar Kennedy in a game of golf with Johnny Weissmuller

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Bob Hope jivin' with the energetic Judy Garland

 

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The surviving Munchkins of "The Wizard of Oz" (1939) finally get their star

 

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At home with married couple June Haver and Fred MacMurray

 

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*Clara Bow, Pssst, I like you allot better than Lou Cody!!!*

 

 

 

This reference eludes to the "Old-Wives Tale" which purports that in 1926, a Tipsy Clara, was racing around in Lou's brand new Pierce Arrow, and crashed it, with him in the passenger's seat. When people ran over to help, they discovered both were not only soused to the gills, but also Stark Naked!!!

 

Apparently, Paramount was able to work it's studio magic somehow, hush it all up, and keep the scandal out of the papers! I have no idea if there is any truth to the story or not??? To bad they couldn't work some more magic and get some of these long unseen films out on DVD!

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I know Clara and Rex Bell's son, Tony aka Rex Bell, Jr. When I did my initial interview with him a few years back, he talked about the number of "old wife's tales" and myths that are still believed about his mother.

 

He suggested that I read *Clara Bow: Running Wild* by David Stenn. He says it is the most accurate book about his mother's life that has been written and published and it puts to rest many of the lies and myths that have circulated about her for too long.

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A chipper Jack Lemmon (as usual)

 

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Director Elia Kazan, Kathaine Hepburn & Spencer Tracy on "The Sea of Grass" set

 

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Sterling Hayden out boaitng with Brenda Marshall & William Holden

 

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James Dean's last day on the set 9/29/55

 

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James Dean with his 1955 silver Porsche Spider 9/30/55

 

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James Dean with his mechanic Rolf Wutherich 9/30/55

 

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Moments later a fatal crash

 

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James Dean dead at age 24 on 9/30/55

 

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Thanks, Mongo for those James Dean pics. They made me very sad! But it also reminded me about the anniversary of his death, I had forgotten. Now, that I know I will probably watch some of his movies that night! My best friend LOVES him! She didn't really like any actors from the many old movies I showed her (with the exception of Bobby Darin and Jack Lemmon), she thought everyone had weird hair-cuts....LOL! But she did like James Dean, so I will probably invite her over to watch his movies!

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John Garfield & Lana Turner between filming "The Postman Always Rings Twice"

 

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Richard Conte & Tab Hunter harmonizing between takes on "They Came to Cordura"

 

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Maurice Chevalier thanking heaven for little girls (or is it a boy?)

 

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Attractive B-film actress Susan Cabot

 

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Susan Cabot & Charles Bronson in a still from "Machine Gun Kelly" (1958)

 

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Susan Cabot with son Timothy (who suffered from dwarfism). Sadly at age 22

he bludgeoned his mother to death in 1986. She was 59.

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