Legendary actress, Laraine Day, was born Laraine Johnson on Oct 13, 1920 in Roosevelt, UT. Day died at the age of 87 on Nov 10, 2007 in Ivins, UT and was laid to rest in Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Hollywood Hills) Cemetery in Los Angeles, CA.
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The Locket (1946): and Splintering PsychologyBy 4 Star Film Fan on Nov 13, 2021 From 4 Star Films
“Have you ever done this before?” – Robert Mitchum as Norman Clyde “No. I’ve never stolen anything in my life.” – as Nancy We’re met by a wedding with all the trimmings. It’s a well-to-do affair and Larraine Day looks quite dazzling. ... Read full article
Day Ten of Noirvember: and The LocketBy shadowsandsatin on Nov 11, 2018 From Shadows and Satin
The Locket (1946) is a fascinating film noir that tells the story of Nancy, a beautiful and accomplished young woman who, at the start of the picture, is about to marry the love of her life, John Willis. Shortly before the start of the ceremony, however, John is visited by Dr. Harry Blair, who claim... Read full article
Fingers at the Window (1942) with Lew Ayres andBy Orson De Welles on Aug 18, 2016 From Classic Film Freak
Share This! DANGER AT NIGHTFALL! Quirky little films are usually rather amusing.? Such is the case with 1942?s Fingers at the Window, a would-be suspense film starring Lew Ayres in the lead role as out of work actor Oliver Duffy.? His leading lady here is as Edwina Brown.? Sadly, the all... Read full article
The First Lady of Baseball:on Aug 14, 2014 From Comet Over Hollywood
She was a perfect mix of sophistication and fresh-faced beauty. was an All-American girl next door, who played Nurse Mary Lamont in the ?Doctor Kildare? film series while under contract to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Day co-starred with top Hollywood stars such as John Wayne, Cary Grant, Lana T... Read full article
By Art on Oct 13, 2012 From Classic Cinema Gold
(October 13, 1920 ? November 10, 2007) was born La Raine Johnson on October 13, 1920 in Roosevelt, Utah, to an affluent Mormon family. She later moved to California where she was a 1938 graduate of Polytechnic High School in Long Beach, California and began her acting ca... Read full article
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Nurse Molly Byrd: Nurses are just like husbands. You can abuse them, insult them, work 'em to death, jump all over 'em. They'll take it. But give 'em a bad cup of coffee and you got a revolution on your hands.
Carol Fisher: I think the world has been run long enough by well-meaning professionals. We might give the amateurs a chance now.
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