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Happy Birthday (2001) was a Film directed by Helen Mirren and produced by Jana Sue Memel.

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Happy birthday to me (I'm now 65!)

By carole_and_co on Aug 19, 2020 From Carole & Co.

On Oct. 6, 2008, friends and fans of Carole Lombard gathered at her birth house in Fort Wayne, Ind., to celebrate her centenary. Today, I celebrated a milestone of my own...my 65th birthday.While I'm not having a party, I've received best wishes from hundreds of people -- friends from my youth in Sy... Read full article

Hooray for leap year: Happy birthday from TCM, Jean

By carole_and_co on Feb 27, 2020 From Carole & Co.

Beggars can't be choosers, so this is the only known photograph of Carole Lombard with Jean Harlow. While neither's at their most alluring, this image for the fan mag Radio Mirror accompanied a story on the feud between Walter Winchell and Jimmie Fidler. (The fifth person in the pic? Russ Columbo, t... Read full article

Day 19 of Noirvember: Happy birthday to Laura and Waldo!

By shadowsandsatin on Nov 19, 2019 From Shadows and Satin

November 19th was quite a day in the world of noir ? it gave us two of the stars of the film noir Laura (1944) ? Gene Tierney and Clifton Webb. Today?s Noirvember post celebrates this shadowy birthday duo and their road to the well-loved noir that they gave us. Gene Tierney Gene Eliza Tierney was bo... Read full article

Happy Birthday Tim!

By Marisa on Mar 11, 2018 From The Timothy Carey Experience

Today is the 89th birthday anniversary of the man himself. Would that he were still with us on the earthly plane. I promise to get this blog going on a more regular basis again after I straighten out a few things. Thanks to everyone who still sticks with us, come hell or high water, for Tim’s ... Read full article

Happy Birthday to Classic Film’s Cupid, Charles Coburn

By Judy on Jun 19, 2017 From Cary Grant Won't Eat You

Today you need to embrace your love, ask out that crush, comfort your lovelorn friend, or play matchmaker yourself. Why? Because it’s Charles Coburn’s birthday. You know: the warm uncle/grandfather/parent type who plays the part of wing man, aiding couples in love. A Coburn character is ... Read full article

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