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Legendary actress, Lena Horne, was born Lena Mary Calhoun Horne on Jun 30, 1917 in Brooklyn, New York City. Horne died at the age of 92 on May 9, 2010 in Manhattan, New York City .
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Breaking Barriers:By minooallen on Mar 10, 2017 From Classic Movie Hub Blog
Breaking Barriers When signed a long-term contract with MGM it was a very big deal. The year was 1942 and prior to that no black actor had ever been privy to such lucrative contract with any major studio. More importantly, no black actor had ever wielded as much power in regard... Read full article
: a tributeBy Lindsey on Jun 30, 2013 From The Motion Pictures
TMP celebrates a very special birthday today! One of my favorite performers of all time, Lena Mary Calhoun Horne, was born on June 30, 1917. Though she moved around the country quite a bit during her childhood, often traveling with her mother, by the 1930s Horne had made it back to her birth state o... Read full article
Monday Serenade: on Sesame StreetBy KC on May 17, 2010 From Classic Movies
I found these Sesame Street clips as I was trotting down memory lane with (via YouTube). This is my favorite version of Bein' Green. (When I played the clip, an ad for True Blood popped up. Hmmm, I know this is vintage Sesame Street, but I still think they're a bit off target with their d... Read full article
1917-2010By Angela on May 10, 2010 From Hollywood Revue
is a woman who very much deserved to be a bigger movie star. She probably would have been a bigger movie star had she worked in the film industry of today, not of the 1940s. But unfortunately, she worked in movies during a time when the film industry couldn’t make full use of her ... Read full article
TV Tuesday: and Judy GarlandBy KC on Feb 16, 2010 From Classic Movies
One of my favorite things about the Judy Garland Show is the way Garland's guests always seemed to let down their hair for her. really hams it up in this 1963 performance of Day In, Day Out, but while she and Garland give the appearance of casual buddies belting out a song, the... Read full article
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Marshal Frank Patch: Mean what?
Claire Quintana: About marrying me.
Marshal Frank Patch: Yeah.
Claire Quintana: When, Frank?
Marshal Frank Patch: Right now.
Claire Quintana: Can a bride have an hour to get ready?
Marshal Frank Patch: It'll take you that long?
Claire Quintana: Uh-huh.
Marshal Frank Patch: Well, all right, but hurry up.
Claire Quintana: Frank?
Marshal Frank Patch: Yeah?
Claire Quintana: What about the preacher? He might want to be in on this.
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