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Movie Stars of the 1930s Still Alive: Oscar Winners Luise Rainer, Olivia de Havilland

Movie stars of the 1930s still alive include Oscar winners Olivia de Havilland and Luise Rainer (image: Best Actress Oscar winners Luise Rainer, Olivia de Havilland, Jennifer Jones, Barbra Streisand, and Meryl Streep, and other Oscar-winning actors and actresses at the 2003 Academy Awards) With the passing of Deanna Durbin […]


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Movie Stars of the 1930s Still Alive: Oscar Winners Luise Rainer, Olivia de Havilland



Gay Marriage Debate Gets Classic Hollywood Support: Marsha Hunt Composes Song

Marsha Hunt actress with Roger C. Memos. Gay marriage debate gets a song: Veteran MGM actress Marsha Hunt 'inspired' by U.S. Supreme Court marriage equality debate Gay marriage is a divisive issue, leading to all kinds of different responses. It's a fact of life in Argentina, Portugal, South Africa, Vermont, […]


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Gay Marriage Debate Gets Classic Hollywood Support: Marsha Hunt Composes Song



Marsha Hunt Actress Turns 95

Marsha Hunt: Former MGM actress and social activist turns 95 Note from the editor: “Marsha Hunt: On Making Lemonade When Life Handed Her Lemons” was originally published on Dec. 7, '07. The five-part Marsha Hunt article is being reposted in honor of Marsha Hunt's 95th birthday yesterday, Oct. 17. Producer […]


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Marsha Hunt Actress Turns 95



Mia Farrow: The Politics of Boredom

Rick Santorum puts choir kids to sleep. Mia Farrow: 'Gem' picture of Rick Santorum boring whole choir to sleep Mia Farrow is a frequent Twitter twitterer. Earlier today (Feb. 4, '12), for instance, Farrow expressed her disgust at the Chinese and Russian governments' decision to veto United Nations sanctions against […]


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Mia Farrow: The Politics of Boredom



Marsha Hunt: Great American Actress and Activist

As we recently celebrated our country's 234th birthday, I'd like to tell you about a patriotic American I have come to know and love, Marsha Hunt. Many people remember Marsha Hunt as an actress at Paramount and MGM in the '30s and '40s. Fewer people remember her tireless activist and […]


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Marsha Hunt: Great American Actress and Activist



Ingmar Bergman Auction & Irving Thalberg Exhibition + Montreal Film Festival Winners

Clapperboard used in Ingmar Bergman's 1962 drama 'The Silence' Nearly 340 items that belonged to Ingmar Bergman are to be auctioned by Bukowskis in Stockholm on Sept. 28. Among the items are film cameras, Golden Globe awards, and the chess set that was “probably” used by Max von Sydow's Antonius […]


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Ingmar Bergman Auction & Irving Thalberg Exhibition + Montreal Film Festival Winners



Marsha Hunt Discusses Anthony Dexter

In his blog, Allan Ellenberger speaks with Marsha Hunt about Anthony Dexter, who played Rudolph Valentino in the 1951 biopic Valentino (right), and with whom Hunt co-starred in a stage production of The King and I. Here are a couple of quotes: “Of course I remember Valentino. By the age […]


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Marsha Hunt Discusses Anthony Dexter



Dan O'Herlihy, Actor Who Played Robinson Crusoe, Has Died

Dan O'Herlihy, actor who starred in The Adventures of Robinson Crusoe, has died Dan O'Herlihy, a Best Actor Academy Award nominee for The Adventures of Robinson Crusoe, died of “natural causes” at his home in Malibu, California, on February 17. O'Herlihy was 85. (Image: Dan O'Herlihy, Marsha Hunt in an […]


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Dan O'Herlihy, Actor Who Played Robinson Crusoe, Has Died