For Those Who Think Young (1964) was a Comedy Film directed by Leslie H. Martinson and produced by Howard W. Koch and Hugh Benson.
A film festival for those who think YoungBy carole_and_co on Aug 28, 2018 From Carole & Co.
Carole Lombard served as "guest editor" for Screen Book magazine's April 1936 issue. One can never be certain whether the stars who took these roles had any genuine influence over said issue, but Lombard had a keen sense of publicity and probably was fascinated to see just how "the other half" lives... Read full article
For Those Who Think Young (1964)By Lindsey on Apr 27, 2013 From The Motion Pictures
The phrase “For Those Who Think Young”?brings to mind a Mad Men episode and a Pepsi ad campaign?before it brings to mind one of the plethora of beachy comedies from the 1960s, but sure enough, such a film exists. (A film connected to the soda campaign, funnily enough.) The film follows a... Read full article
This exhibit is for those who think Young (as in Loretta)By vp19 on Jan 9, 2013 From Carole & Co.
While many of us await a possible Carole Lombard exhibit at The Hollywood Museum later on this year (nothing is etched in stone, but plans continue), the museum has other promotions to whet the appetite of those with love for classic Hollywood. And one of them opens today."Loretta Young: Hollywood L... Read full article
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