Legendary actress, Glenda Farrell, was born on Jun 30, 1904 in Enid, Oklahoma. Farrell died at the age of 66 on May 1, 1971 in New York City, NY and was laid to rest in United States Military Academy Post Cemetery in West Point, Orange County, NY.
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On DVD: Joan Blondell and in Kansas City Princess (1934)By KC on Jun 19, 2018 From Classic Movies
Throughout decades of movie fandom I’ve seen astonishing sights and transcendent works of art, and yet, if you asked me what I want to see at any given moment, I would probably ask to watch and Joan Blondell doing stuff. Whatever production they are in, they never let you down, ... Read full article
Classic Movie Travels: , Wichita, KansasBy Annette Bochenek on Apr 19, 2018 From Classic Movie Hub Blog
Classic Movie Travels: , Wichita, Kansas There are so many actresses to celebrate when it comes to Depression Era films, and is certainly one of them. Shining with snappy dialogue in several cleverly construed plots, it is no surprise that Glenda’s ... Read full article
On DVD: Guy Kibbee and Triple FeaturesBy KC on Jan 3, 2018 From Classic Movies
I’ve appreciated Warner Archive’s strategy of packaging lesser known flicks in thematically arranged sets. It’s a great way to rediscover forgotten titles and get exposure to movies that, while worth a look, might not be of enough interest to justify individual release. With the re... Read full article
INSPIRATIONAL HEROES BLOGATHON: as Torchy Blaneon Dec 29, 2017 From Caftan Woman
The Midnite Drive-In and Hamlette's Soliloquy are hosting the Inspirational Heroes blogathon from December 29th to January 1st. From the every man to the superhero, what movie and character makes you cheer? Click HERE or HERE for what inspires fellow movie fans. "When I grow up I want to be Tor... Read full article
Know Your Character Actor –By smumcountry on Nov 22, 2015 From Smum County
November 22, 2015 by smumcounty was born on June 30, 1901 in Enid, Oklahoma. Glenda claims her mother must have been a frustrated actress because after the family moved to Wichita, Kansas, she put Glenda on the stage at the age of seven, where she appeared as Eva in a production of Un... Read full article
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Maude Snodgrass: Your husband's better than crazy, he's a writer. And you'll be just another story to him, Susie, unless you love him enough to stay and put the ending on it. Don't let the senator's daughter write the fade-out.
Missouri Martin: Happy, if you break anything, be sure it's your neck.
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