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Tribute to “Missy” Barbara Stanwyck

The Wonderful World of Cinema Posted by Virginie Pronovost on Jan 22, 2019

I remember vividly what was the first Marilyn Monroe film I saw or what was the first Grace Kelly film I saw, but if you ask me when exactly I discovered Barbara Stanwyck, I become hesitant. I have a far memory concerning that. I believe she was introduced to me with either Meet John Doe or Clash B read more

THE 2ND REMEMBERING BARBARA STANWYCK BLOGATHON: Banjo on My Knee (1936)

Caftan Woman Posted by on Jan 20, 2019

Crystal of In the Good Old Days of Classic Hollywood is reviving her Remembering Barbara Stanwyck Blogathon of 2016 with co-host Maddy of Maddy Loves Her Classic Films. The blogathon runs from January 20 - 22. Everything starts at Day One and continues here. "The Saint Louis Blues is read more

Barbara Stanwyck withstands a furious rally by Olivia de Havilland to become the Favorite Classic Movie Actress Tourney Champion of 2018

All Good Things Posted by monty on Apr 10, 2018

The 2018 Favorite Classic Movie Actress Champion is Barbara Stanwyck. After two previous final fours where she came up empty handed, the third time was the charm for Missy, as she withstood a furious rally by Olivia de Havilland to win 78-76. Babs joins Carole Lombard and Audrey Hepburn as read more

Can Barbara Stanwyck Make Up for George Brent?

Cary Grant Won't Eat You Posted by Judy on Jan 12, 2018

I find myself reserving certain films for future viewings when I love a star. Sometimes–as with Barbara Stanwyck–I try to watch her lesser films, putting off a great one so at least one is still waiting in reserve for me, like some wonderful present under the tree. So I didn’t go read more

Seven Things to Know About Barbara Stanwyck

Classic Film & TV Cafe Posted by Rick29 on Sep 7, 2017

1. Her real name was Ruby Catherine Stevens. Stanwyck's mother died from complications of a miscarriage, caused when a drunken stranger pushed her off a moving streetcar. Stanwyck's father disappeared while working on the Panama Canal. 2. Barbara's introduction to show business came courtesy of her read more

Seven Things to Know About Barbara Stanwyck

Classic Film & TV Cafe Posted by Rick29 on Sep 7, 2017

1. Her real name was Ruby Catherine Stevens. Stanwyck's mother died from complications of a miscarriage, caused when a drunken stranger pushed her off a moving streetcar. Stanwyck's father disappeared while working on the Panama Canal. 2. Barbara's introduction to show business came courtesy of her read more

10 Things You May Not Know About Barbara Stanwyck

Classic Movie Man Posted by Stephen Reginald on Feb 25, 2017

10 Things You May Not Know About Barbara Stanwyck Barbara Stanwyck (1907 – 1990) was one of the greatest movie stars from Hollywood’s Golden Age. She starred in many classic films, including the Pre-Code classic Baby Face (1933), Stella Dallas (1937), The Lady Eve (1941), and Double read more

Happy Birthday Barbara Stanwyck!

The Old Hollywood Garden Posted by Carol Martinheira on Jul 16, 2016

Happy Birthday Barbara Stanwyck! On July 16, 2016 By CarolIn Uncategorized There’s something about Barbara Stanwyck. Sure, she made some awesome movies and was a great and versatile actress – perhaps the most versatile of all time – b read more

Forbidden (1932) with Barbara Stanwyck and Adolphe Menjou

Classic Film Freak Posted by Orson De Welles on Jun 23, 2016

Share This! Her Greatest Dramatic Role ! Frank Capra is one of Hollywood’s all-time great directors, but even he has a few lesser known gems in his filmography.  Among them is 1932’s Forbidden, a torrid potboiler starring Barbara Stanwyck and Adolphe Menjou.  Perhaps even Capra himself thought read more

Clash by Night (1952) – with Barbara Stanwyck and Paul Douglas

Classic Film Freak Posted by Greg Orypeck on May 19, 2016

Share This! A full-throttle tale of raw passions and gut emotions. Although Clash by Night opens like a documentary and has certain characteristics of film noir, it is neither, though their absence is a poor excuse to avoid seeing this somewhat obscure film, well-acted, the script being its weakest read more

No Man of Her Own (1950) with Barbara Stanwyck and John Lund

Classic Film Freak Posted by Orson De Welles on Apr 14, 2016

Share This!1950 was a busy year for Barbara Stanwyck as she starred in four films that year.  Among them was No Man of Her Own, what today would be called a ‘woman’s picture.’  Or would it?  For the first two thirds of the picture it’s a somber and almost depressing affair (don’t confuse read more

Dicas de sedução com Barbara Stanwyck

Critica Retro Posted by Lê on Feb 14, 2016

Dicas de sedução com Barbara Stanwyck Você vai passar outro Dia dos Namorados sozinho? Está cansado desta vida solitária? Sonha com um amor só seu? Seus problemas acabaram! Hoje teremos uma aula de sedução com a professora especialista no assunto, Barbara Stanwyck... ou melhor, Jean Harringto read more

The Homes of Barbara Stanwyck

Silver Scenes - A Blog for Classic Film Lovers Posted by The Metzinger Sisters on Jan 20, 2016

Some say that you could judge a man by the books he reads. Well, you could also say that one could judge a woman by the house she keeps. Her nesting instincts make a house one of the most important aspects of a woman's life, and they reveal - by their architectural style and decor - the type of hous read more

STANWYCK!

CineMaven's Essays from the Couch Posted by Theresa Brown on Jan 20, 2016

  Even her name sounds strong and sturdy. Stanwyck sadly passed away this day in 1990. There are some people so vibrant and alive and potent, you forget that they too must shuffle off this mortal coil. She really was a force of Nature. But look, no sad songs today. Today, we raise our glass to her read more

The Homes of Barbara Stanwyck

Silver Scenes - A Blog for Classic Film Lovers Posted by The Metzinger Sisters on Jan 20, 2016

Some say that you could judge a man by the books he reads. Well, you could also say that one could judge a woman by the house she keeps. Her nesting instincts make a house one of the most important aspects of her life, and they reveal - by their architectural style and decor - the type of house that read more

Remembering Barbara Stanwyck Blogathon: UNION PACIFIC

The Hitless Wonder Movie Blog Posted by Dan Day Jr. on Jan 19, 2016

Barbara Stanwyck is one of my favorite movie stars of all time. I happen to believe that the lady was the greatest all-around actress in cinema history. The film which is the subject of this blogathon post, UNION PACIFIC, more than proves my point. UNION PACIFIC is a "Super Western" produced & read more

Remembering Barbara Stanwyck blogathon: All I Desire (1953)

Caftan Woman Posted by Caftan Woman on Jan 19, 2016

Crystal Kalyana Pacey of In the Good Old Days of Classic Hollywood is our hostess for the Remembering Barbara Stanwyck Blogathon.  Click HERE for the tributes to the amazing actress. The 1953 release All I Desire, based on the novel Stopover by Carol Ryrie Brink, is the link between two dist read more

The “Remembering Barbara Stanwyck Blogathon”: Red Salute

The Wonderful World of Cinema Posted by Virginie Pronovost on Jan 19, 2016

My friend Crystal from In the Good Old Days of Classic Hollywood is a big fan of Barbara Stanwyck. So, that’s not without reason that she decided to host a blogathon in her honour. She is also a favourite of mine and the more I see her, the more I appreciate her. So, of course, it’s an read more

Barbara Stanwyck invites you to... Christmas in Connecticut (1945)

Love Letters to Old Hollywood Posted by Michaela on Jan 18, 2016

An effervescent comedy, a holiday classic, and a showcase of Barbara Stanwyck's perfection. All of this describes Christmas in Connecticut, but it doesn't capture what makes the film so special. Touted as the world's greatest cook and homemaker, Elizabeth Lane (Barbara Stanwyck) writes a column for read more

ANNOUNCING THE “REMEMBERING BARBARA STANWYCK BLOGATHON”

In The Good Old Days Of Classic Hollywood Posted by Crystal Kalyana on Oct 19, 2015

Barbara Stanwyck is the most versatile actress to ever grace the silver screen. During the annals of her career, Barbara showcased her indelible talents in a pantheon of films of every genre imaginable, and succeeded on all levels. Sadly Barbara Stanwyck passed away on January 20th, 1990, at age 8 read more
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