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Cooking with the Stars: Gloria Stuart’s Cream Vermont

Classic Movie Hub Blog Posted by Samantha Ellis on Oct 1, 2019

Cooking with the Stars: Gloria Stuart’s Cream Vermont Gloria Stuart Happy October to all of my Hollywood-obsessed readers out there! As we ease into fall and get ourselves into the Halloween spirit, it’s time to break out the chilling old scary movies and pay tribute to the screen read more

Warner Archive--Lee Tracy and Gloria Stuart Banter in Wanted: Jane Turner (1936)

Classic Movies Posted by KC on Apr 13, 2017

It is nice to occasionally sit down with a film meant simply to amuse you for a while. Something that won't change your life, though it will lighten your mood. Wanted! Jane Turner (1936) offers this kind of uncomplicated, lively entertainment. Now available on DVD from Warner Archive, it is a snappy read more

Gloria Stuart (July 4, 1910 – September 26, 2010).

Noir and Chick Flicks Posted by Dawn on Sep 28, 2010

Gloria Stuart (July 4, 1910 – September 26, 2010). Had a long Hollywood career that spanned more than 70 years, Stuart performed on stage, in television and film, and was best known for her roles in, The Invisible Man and as 101-year-old Rose in her Academy Award nominated role in the film Ti read more

RIP Gloria Stuart.

True Classics Posted by Brandie on Sep 27, 2010

Gloria Stuart, a well-respected actress and one of the remaining stars from the Golden Age of Hollywood, passed away yesterday at the age of 100. Most modern audiences, of course, know Stuart from her phenomenal performance as the older Rose DeWitt Bukater, whose narration frames 1997′s epic read more

Rose let go: RIP Gloria Stuart

Comet Over Hollywood Posted by Jnpickens on Sep 27, 2010

Gloria Stuart in 1935 Many people know Gloria Stuart as the adorable old lady who plays Rose as an old woman in the 1997 waste of time “Titanic.” However, when I think of Gloria Stuart, I think of her in my favorite Shirley Temple movie, “Rebecca of Sunnybrooke Farms” (1938) read more