Hotel (1967) was a Drama - Film Adaptation Film directed by Richard Quine and produced by Wendell Mayes.
Isn't this suite? Dubai hotel salutes Carole, and ParamountBy carole_and_co on Nov 23, 2019 From Carole & Co.
Carole Lombard's dressing room at the Paramount studios in Hollywood was exquisite, designed with all the comforts a star of the '30s could want. The royal treatment is echoed in a new, luxurious hotel in a place Lombard probably never heard of during her lifetime......Dubai, the city in the United ... Read full article
Margaret Rutherford Goes for a Ride at the Gallop HotelBy Rick29 on Oct 4, 2019 From Classic Film & TV Cafe
Margaret Rutherford. The best way to approach Margaret Rutherford's four "Miss Marple" films is to forget that she's playing Jane Marple. Rutherford's films are comedies with a little mystery and her character bears only a slight resemblance to Agatha Christie's spinster sleuth. The best of Rutherf... Read full article
book: The Haunted Hotel (1879) by Wilkie CollinsBy John Grant on May 17, 2019 From Noirish
A Collins novel that’s deservedly among his lesser-known pieces yet is still thoroughly entertaining, this combines mystery with the supernatural to generally good effect. All London is aghast when the highly eligible Herbert John Westwick, First Baron Montbarry, chooses to dump his long-time ... Read full article
JOAN CRAWFORD, QUEEN OF THE SILVER SCREEN BLOGATHON: Grand Hotel (1932)on May 10, 2019 From Caftan Woman
Pale Writer and The Poppity are hosting this blogathon tribute to Joan Crawford on May 11th and 12th. You can share in all the tributes to the amazing actress's career by clicking HERE or HERE. Thank you, Gabriela and Erica D! Vicki Baum's successful 1929 novel Grand Hotel became a popular Broa... Read full article
Grande Hotel (1932) / Grand Hotel (1932)By L? on Aug 14, 2018 From Critica Retro
Grande Hotel (1932) / Grand Hotel (1932) “Grande Hotel” n?o precisa de propaganda – nem o filme nem o local. O Grande Hotel ? o hotel mais caro da Alemanha, como diz o personagem de Lionel Barrymore. “Grande Hotel”, o filme, ? uma aula magna sobre o star system, ... Read full article
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In an odd twist of fate that could not be appreciated for at a decade, Karl Malden plays a hotel thief who breaks into guest rooms and steals wallets; following one lowly heist that nets him him only a few dollars in actual cash, he bemoans that his livelihood is being snuffed out by rampant popularity of credit cards - which ironically later became his real-life late-career claim to fame as spokesman for American Express credit cards: "Don't leave home without it!"
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