Make your own custom-made popup window!

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit, sed diam nonummy nibh euismod tincidunt ut laoreet dolore

    Mamie Van Doren Tag

    Vintage Paparazzi / Posts tagged "Mamie Van Doren"

    Hollywood Whispers

    About Rhonda Fleming’s frank and open admission that she’s a lot more interested in Dr. Lew Morrill now that they’re apart than she ever was when they were sharing the same roof—his roof, that is, that cozy made-over Hawaiian shack in Bel-Air. What the whisperers...

    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 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...

    That’s Hollywood For You

    Kim Novak is now keeping a diary! . . . Hollywood hasn’t a Times Square. It doesn’t dig anything square, man. . . . I avoid seeing movies with such titles as “I Was a Teen-age Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde.” . . . Ingrid...

    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....

    Hollywood Party Line

    Never seen Liz Tay Lor looking lovelier than at the fancy luncheon thrown at the studio by director George Stevens to launch the super-duper new picture, “Giant.” ,Liz was a summer dream in snow-white dimity demurely fashioned. All the cast, including Rock Hudson (done up...

    That’s Hollywood For You

    I prefer to see Marlon Brando as Marlon Brando instead of a great make-up job. as witness “Teahouse of the August Moon.” . . . By the way. Paul Newman looks and acts like Marlon when he’s shopping for groceries in the Thriftimart—and you know...