Legendary actress, Veronica Lake, was born Constance Frances Marie Ockelman on Nov 14, 1922 in Brooklyn, NY. Lake died at the age of 50 on Jul 7, 1973 in Burlington, VT and was cremated and her ashes scattered at sea.
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Happy Halloween from and Classic Movie Man!By Stephen Reginald on Oct 31, 2019 From Classic Movie Man
Happy Halloween from and Classic Movie Man! in I Married a Witch (1942) Posted by Stephen Reginald at 10:50 AM Reactions: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Labels: Classic Movie Man, ... Read full article
5 Things You May Not Know aboutBy minooallen on Nov 14, 2016 From Classic Movie Hub Blog
5 Things You May Not Know about Like that today, November 14, would have been her birthday. Happy 94th Birthday to Hollywood legend ! ….. 1.) Her signature hair, that was an accident So, are we not going to talk about that “peek-a-boo” panther? Her iconic... Read full article
Please Keep the Hair: Keri Russell, Rita Hayworth, andBy Judy on Dec 7, 2014 From Cary Grant Won't Eat You
All the wig-switching in the KGB thriller The Americans has me thinking about hair. Of course, my musings must be rooted in the show?s star, Keri Russell, she of the infamous haircut that made Felicity stars everywhere wish her beautician Sweeney Todd. But Russell was not the only star blamed for t... Read full article
From to the White House: Oleg CassiniBy Christina Stewart on Nov 27, 2013 From Pretty Clever Films
Dashing Oleg Cassini led a jet-set life, and by his own admission, was a bit of a boulevardier. Aside from being a lover of beautiful women, he was the exclusive couturier to First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy and created ?The Jackie Look?. During his time in Hollywood, he designed the on and off screen ... Read full article
How Many Movies Did and Alan Ladd Star in Together?By Annmarie Gatti on Nov 14, 2013 From Classic Movie Hub Blog
How Many Movies Did and Alan Ladd Star in Together? ? and Alan Ladd and Alan Ladd made SEVEN films together, including three films in which they appeared as themselves* (Star Spangled Rhythm, Duffy’s Tavern and Variety Girl). This Gun for Hire?(1942)?... Read full article
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Connie Dickason: From now on, I'm going to make a life of my own. And, being a woman, I won't have to use guns.
Ed Beaumont: What'll we talk about?
Janet Henry: You.
Janet Henry: Comfortable here?
Ed Beaumont: More or less.
Janet Henry: No fun?
Ed Beaumont: No fun.
Janet Henry: Hasn't your *nurse* been treating you well?
Ed Beaumont: Not as well as I'd like.
Janet Henry: Poor boy. If I'd known you were being neglected, I would have come sooner.
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