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    That’s Hollywood For You

    I’d say Joan Crawford is the modern version of “Poor Little Rich Girl”—with poverty never having it so good. . . . Jean Simmons is as amusing as she is curved. . . . Peter Ustinov told me that nobody knows when he’s angry unless...

    That’s Hollywood For You

    I’ll bet the works Mamie Van Doren studies Marilyn Monroe even to the still photos . . . Shelley Winters will be a modern Texas Guinan when she does her night-club act in Las Vegas. That is, if she ever does it! . . ....

    That’s Hollywood For You

    I LIKE AUDREY HEPBURN, but can’t join the cult who think she’s the greatest thing since the advent of sound. If this be treason, make the most of it . . . Ever spy on someone who didn’t know he was being watched? If so,...

    Hollywood Picture Gallery

    FRANK SINATRA Few believed that he had it in him! But when “From Here to Eternity” was released, Frankie’s portrayal of the tough, fiery little Italian dogface, Maggio, stopped the presses. This time, Hollywood’s bad boy is making the headlines the right way!...

    That’s Hollywood For You

    I wonder if Tuesday Weld thinks Beverly Aadland is a wild kid. . . . “Suddenly, Last Summer” is the only movie I know that qualifies to be on the Diners Club. If you don’t understand this joke, see the movie. . . . I’ll...

    Exclusively Yours

    Dateline Europe— Brandishing at Brando: When Marlon Brando scalded himself with a hot cup of tea in the cocktail bar of the “Prince de Galles” in Paris, while on location for “The the Hollywood gagsters immediately quipped, “Now they’ll retitle the film ‘Teahouse of the August Young...

    That’s Hollywood For You

    I’m partial to Joan Collins. As far as I’m concerned, she’s the best piece of lend-lease we’ve ever had from England. When Marlon Brando put on a tuxedo, it was the end of an era. And I wish those copy-cats in T-shirts would realize it....