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Classic Movie Travels: Dorothy Dare

Classic Movie Travels: Dorothy Dare While Dorothy Dare appeared in her fair share of Pre-Code films, her name is not remembered as strongly as the names of her peers. Her early roles in film shorts showed promise but, unfortunately, the … Continue reading

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Classic Movie Travels: June Knight

Classic Movie Travels: June Knight – Los Angeles June Knight was a celebrated Broadway and film actress, talented in singing, dancing, and acting. On-screen, her characters are energetic and vibrant—a far cry from her weak self as a child, struggling … Continue reading

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Classic Movie Travels: Gale Storm

Classic Movie Travels: Gale Storm – Houston Gale Storm was an actress and singer who found herself starring in two popular television shows of the 1950s. Several of her songs were top ten hits, with “I Hear You Knockin’” being … Continue reading

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Classic Movie Travels: Nell O’Day

Classic Movie Travels: Nell O’Day – California While the Golden Age of Hollywood has stars that are iconic to this day, some are more underrated. After viewing the restoration of King of Jazz (1930), many up-and-coming performers–some of whom were already established … Continue reading

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Classic Movie Travels: Burl Ives

Classic Movie Travels: Burl Ives – Illinois, Los Angeles and Valley Forge In reflecting upon the many stars who entertained audiences throughout the Golden Age of Hollywood, it is easy to notice that the vast majority of these individuals were … Continue reading

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Classic Movie Travels: Marion Stadler

Classic Movie Travels: Marion Stadler When viewing the restored The King of Jazz (1930) film, the act that captivates my attention most is the energetic duo performance by Marion Stadler and Don Rose. In learning about the vaudeville backgrounds of several … Continue reading

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Classic Movie Travels: Hal LeRoy

Classic Movie Travels: Hal LeRoy – New Jersey The Golden Age of Hollywood boasted many wonderful dancers, with some remembered more than others. While often overlooked, Hal LeRoy was one of the top dancers in early Hollywood, often appearing in … Continue reading

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Classic Movie Travels: Adriana Caselotti

Classic Movie Travels: Adriana Caselotti – Los Angeles and Burbank When one reflects upon voice actors and the many animated features in which they have worked, some individuals and their characters are iconic or inseparable from one another. Some vocal … Continue reading

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Classic Movie Travels: June Haver

Classic Movie Travels: June Haver – Illinois While many think of MGM studios when reflecting upon some of the best musical films made during the Golden Age, 20th Century Fox certainly had its fair share of musical stars. Among the … Continue reading

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Classic Movie Travels: Mae Busch

Classic Movie Travels: Mae Busch – Melbourne, Australia Mae Busch worked with so many Hollywood greats during her lifetime. Billed as the “Versatile Vamp” during the silent era, she also enjoyed success during the time of talkies. Throughout her career, … Continue reading

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