Smile (1975) was a Film directed by Michael Ritchie and produced by Michael Ritchie, David V. Picker and Tim Zinnemann.
A parasol, smile and swimsuit for SennettBy carole_and_co on Apr 17, 2020 From Carole & Co.
When Carole Lombard signed with Mack Sennett in 1927, the silent comedy impresario's overriding concern wasn't her acting ability; she'd shown she could handle the rudiments of the business during her brief stay at Fox. Nor did he worry about her inherent comic skill, which he figured he could teach... Read full article
Smile (1975): The Miss America Satire Lost Some of Its SheenBy 4 Star Film Fan on Mar 12, 2020 From 4 Star Films
“Smile” is a timeless hit among a plethora of classic Nat King Cole tracks. The innate warmth and the soothing nature of his vocals shine through every note. It took me many years to realize the tune was actually a Charlie Chaplin composition from City Lights later reworked with lyrics. ... Read full article
Looking back, with a smileBy carole_and_co on Feb 5, 2020 From Carole & Co.
Discovering new publicity stills of Carole Lombard -- particularly of her Paramount p1202 series from 1930 to 1938 -- is always a thrill for me, and today I added another to my online family.It's p1202-748 (above), from late 1933 or early 1934, showing Carole looking over her shoulder, wearing a flo... Read full article
“Smile: How Young Charlie Chaplin Taught the World to Laugh (and Cry)” – Children’s Book Giveaway (now through May 4)By Annmarie Gatti on Mar 31, 2019 From Classic Movie Hub Blog
Charlie Chaplin Picture Book Giveaway We have Ten Books to Giveaway This Month! “Children meet Chaplin in this intimate biography of the iconic silent-film comedian… ” – Publisher’s Weekly And now for something a little different… This month, we are thrilled... Read full article
For Clark and Carole, a Coke and a smileBy carole_and_co on Jun 9, 2018 From Carole & Co.
It's no secret that Carole Lombard enjoyed drinking Coca-Cola, back in the day when the soda came in the ubiquitous 6 1/2 ounce bottles with a greenish tint. (It always was fun to examine the bottom of the bottle when through to see the location of the Coke bottler that originally produced it.) Here... Read full article
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