Legendary actress, Marsha Hunt, was born Marcia Virginia Hunt on Oct 17, 1917 in Chicago, IL. As of December 2018, Marsha Hunt was 101 years old.
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The Fight of and ’S SWEET ADVERSITY: A Forthcoming DocumentaryBy Lara on Jan 20, 2014 From Backlots
during her years as a Hollywood star. today. Two years ago, while attending the Cinecon festival in Hollywood, I had the great opportunity to speak with classic Hollywood star and tireless civil rights advocate . She was attending a screening of Gentle Julia, a mov... Read full article
Crazy about !By Caftan Woman on Mar 26, 2009 From Caftan Woman
at a cinema conventionThere is so much to discover and rediscover about the movies from Hollywood's classic studio era. Sometimes it's those performers who are so good that it is easy to take them for granted. is such an actress. A beautiful woman with talent, she is like ... Read full article
A Morning withBy Raquel Stecher on Nov 30, -0001 From Out of the Past - A Classic Film Blog
Larry Edmund's Bookshop Display Every year Jeff and his team at Larry Edmund's Bookshop host a special Sunday morning book event during the TCM Classic Film Festival. Previous special guests included Carl Reiner, Tippi Hedren, Illeana Douglas and more. I've always wanted to go to these but had nev... Read full article
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Mike Regan: Katie behave yourself! Do you want her to think you're unintelligent?
Katie Mallory: I have to watch my I.Q. when I'm around her?
Alpha: Do you have a high intelligence quotient?
Katie Mallory: No. I'm a middle grade moron.
Martha Gray, Elliott's Secretary: I just remembered, I have an appointment with a headache.
Joseph Emmett Sullivan: What do you know about anything? You probably had your bread buttered on both sides since the day you were born. Safe. Safe on first, second, third, and home.
Ann Martin: *That's* what you think! Just because I own a car and a tailored suit and my nails are clean, you think I've never had to fight? I got an education, sure. I suppose that means I was born with a silver spoon, doesn't it? My father was a schooltecher. He died in the war of The Depression. Only he didn't get any medals. Or any bands. Or any bonus. He left three children. You think *you* had to fight? The only way you know how to fight is that stupid way with a gun. Well, there's another way you probably never even heard of. It's the daily fight that everyone has. To get food and an education, to land a job and keep it. And some self-respect. 'Safe'? I never asked for anything safe. All I want is... just a little decency, that's all!
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