Loren Estleman’s Brazen is the latest of his Valentino Hollywood mystery series. In this excellent read, one of the suspects is calling himself S. A. Brugh. I won’t say any more so as not to ruin the mystery. There is … Continue reading
The following is from Motion Picture magazine, February 1937. A reporter on a Hollywood paper got the thrill of his life, just the other day. He’s got a gal friend who works in movies and lives at the Girls’ Studio … Continue reading
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Start the music! This blog has now had over a quarter of a million views. I want to thank everyone who has stopped by, either once or many times. It’s gratifying to know that there is so much interest in … Continue reading
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This is Robert Taylor’s auto registration for 1962. Mr. Taylor was not one for flashy new cars at this time in his life. He owned a 1954 Dodge. The registration fee of $13 seems reasonable. This was recently for sale … Continue reading
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In the fall of 1963 Jerry Lewis gave a huge party called the “Think Pink.” His wife Patty was expecting their sixth child and they really wanted a girl. They already had five boys. The room was elaborately decorated in … Continue reading
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