Goldie (1931) was a Comedy - Black-and-white Film directed by Benjamin Stoloff and produced by William Fox.
Retrocast redux: Carole and husbands go Goldie in "Seems Like Old Times"By carole_and_co on Aug 21, 2020 From Carole & Co.
What's this, you're asking? It's my brain having some fun again, that's what. More than eight years ago, I participated in a blogathon called "The Great Recasting," where post-1965 films were "created" with pre-1965 personnel. My choice was to convert the 1992 comedy "Housesitter," starring Goldie H... Read full article
Praising the 'Collection'; Perry rests his case; and go go Goldie on TCMBy carole_and_co on Aug 9, 2020 From Carole & Co.
There's a lot on the table today, and we'll start with word that Kino Lorber's "Carole Lombard Collection I," featuring three of her early 1930s films on Blu-ray (https://carole-and-co.livejournal.com/1094122.html), was released earlier this week. One critic, Jim Hemphill, has plenty of good things ... Read full article
Classic Movie Coincidence: Goldie Hawn and Rick LenzBy Annmarie Gatti on Nov 21, 2013 From Classic Movie Hub Blog
Goldie Hawn and Rick Lenz share a birthday and a film: Both?Goldie Hawn?and Rick Lenz?starred in Cactus Flower?(1969, Gene Saks director)?? and both?were born November 21 (6 years apart!). Goldie Hawn won a Best Supporting Actress Oscar for her role as Toni Simmons. Cactus Flower was Lenz’ d... Read full article
From Carole to Goldie: A 'Separation' updateBy vp19 on Dec 2, 2011 From Carole & Co.
What do Carole Lombard and Goldie Hawn have in common besides comedic talent, likable personalities, blonde hair and sex appeal? Well, they happen to be the two stars I selected for round two of "Classic Film: Six Degrees Of Separation," the new blogosphere game devised by Page at "My Love For Old H... Read full article
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