Palm Springs (1936) was a Film directed by Aubrey Scotto and produced by Walter Wanger.
Old Hollywood Haunts: Charlie Farrell's Racquet Club in Palm SpringsBy The Lady Eve on Mar 22, 2021 From Lady Eve's Reel Life
Charlie Farrell, top center; Ava Gardner, bottom left; on the right, Marilyn Monroe and Spencer TracyMany years ago, Charlie Farrell was a movie star. He first gained fame as a leading man in the late 1920s when he was in his late 20s. He'd started out in Hollywood as an extra, appearing momentarily... Read full article
Powell, Palm Springs...and Gable as a guestBy carole_and_co on Jul 31, 2020 From Carole & Co.
This likely is the last time Carole Lombard and William Powell were photographed together, in January 1940 at the new Sunset Strip nightspot Ciro's. Lombard had married Clark Gable the year before, while Powell -- her first husband -- had just married actress Diana Lewis on Jan. 6. Nevertheless, Bil... Read full article
Palm Springs Weekend (1963)By Beatrice on Nov 19, 2017 From Flickers in Time
Palm Springs Weekend ? ? Directed by Norman Taurog Written by Earl Hamner Jr. 1963/USA Warner Bros. First viewing/Netflix rental I live 25 miles from Palm Springs so naturally I had to watch this sitcom of a movie. It is Easter Break in early 60’s Palm Springs. ?Stephanie Powers’ fath... Read full article
Giant Monsters Attack Palm Springs!By Will McKinley on Oct 22, 2015 From Cinematically Insane
When I was 12, my father took me to a Halloween screening of PLAN 9 FROM OUTER SPACE at a high school on Long Island. The print was weathered and the setting was imperfect, but the auditorium?was packed with people who were ecstatic to see a film ? supposedly the worst of all time ? that none of my ... Read full article
Get Ready for a Palm Springs Weekend!By Rick29 on Mar 11, 2014 From Classic Film & TV Cafe
Stefanie Powers and Troy Donahue. As soon as Troy Donahue starts warbling "Live Young" over the opening credits, it's clear that you'll either find Palm Springs Weekend to be nostalgic fun or a dated disaster. I fall into the former camp; I hold a special affection for the fluffy teen pics of the 1... Read full article
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