Legendary actress, Hedy Lamarr, was born Hedwig Eva Maria Kiesler on Nov 9, 1913 in Vienna, Austria-Hungary [now Austria]. Lamarr died at the age of 86 on Jan 19, 2000 in Orlando, FL and was cremated and her ashes scattered in Wienerwald Forest near Vienna Austria.
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Film on Inspiring FeministBy Judy on May 6, 2020 From Cary Grant Won't Eat You
Bombshell: The Story (2017) is that rare documentary that is somehow uplifting–even when its tale is not. The fact that Bombshell is a story of triumph amidst adversity makes it a perfect film for our time. I knew the bare outlines of Lamarr’s story: the scandalous film that ... Read full article
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Gaby: Before what?
Pepe le Moko: Before... the jewels.
Gaby: I wanted them.
Grandma: Part of living is meeting tragedy and rising above it. A woman doesn't amount to anything unless she can do it. It takes a long while to learn that that's true.
Johnny Jones: Thank you for telling me.
Dr. David S. Cousins: Say, women are supposed to scream, are you afraid of mice?
Madeleine Damien: No but next time I'll scream.
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