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Some inspiration, from Carole (and Michelle)By carole_and_co on Jan 8, 2019 From Carole & Co.
One of the best books about Carole Lombard is my Facebook friend Michelle Morgan's "Carole Lombard: Twentieth Century Star" (for which, it must be added, I assisted her in research and am one of two people it is dedicated to).In her blog today, she noted that we're nearing the anniversary of Lombard... Read full article
Inspiration For 2019?Turner Classic Movies Film Festival 2018!By Christy Putnam on Aug 15, 2018 From Christy Putnam
The hurly-burly of hustling down Hollywood Boulevard hasn?t altered much from pass holder forays down the busiest street in LA in 2017. The hawkers and gawkers, snake-handlers and CD sellers, presenters and pass holders all navigate the obstacle course while snapping photos of their favorite star on... Read full article
Carole Lombard and Una Merkel in "True Confession": Inspiration for "I Love Lucy?"By Stephen Reginald on Jan 6, 2016 From Classic Movie Man
Carole Lombard and Una Merkel in "True Confession": Inspiration for "I Love Lucy?" I Love Lucy was a landmark in television history. The original series ran for six years on CBS and for four of those years was the top-rated TV show in the country. One of the dynamics that made the show work s... Read full article
Winsor McCay, Animation InspirationBy Brandy Dean on Mar 2, 2013 From Pretty Clever Films
Winsor Zenic McCay – how’s that for a name guys and gals? – was an early American?cartoonist?and?animator,. While he was mostly known as Windsor McCay, and celebrated for the ?comic strip?Little Nemo?and the?animated cartoon?Gertie the Dinosaur?(1914), he also used the pen name Sil... Read full article
For Creatives (that’s everyone): Words of Wisdom and InspirationBy chrisgiddens on Apr 23, 2012 From The Giddy Blog
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