Mannequin (1937) Directed by Frank Borzage Starring: Joan Crawford, Spencer Tracy, Alan Curtis, Ralph Morgan * Published specifically for The Third Spencer Tracy & Katharine Hepburn Blogathon hosted by Crystal at In The Good Old Days of Classic Hollywood & Michaela at Love Letters to Old Hollywood * ¤¤¤ Story Hester Street in the Lower … More Under Spencer Tracy’s spell in ‘Mannequin’ (1937)
A Woman’s Face (1938) Directed by Gustaf Molander Starring: Ingrid Bergman, Tore Svennberg, Anders Henrikson, Georg Rydeberg * Published specifically for The Fifth Wonderful Ingrid Bergman Blogathon hosted by Virginie at The Wonderful World of Cinema * ¤¤¤ Je veux être riche. Et je ne veux pas attendre. Je ne peux pas apprécier la vie … More Ingrid Bergman makes her mark in ‘A Woman’s Face’ / ‘En kvinnas ansikte’ (1938)
Today we reminisce about Robert Young in The Shining Hour (1938) Directed by Frank Borzage * Published specifically for The Reel Infatuation Blogathon hosted by Ruth at Silver Screenings * I was first introduced to Robert Young when ploughing through the filmography of my favourite actress, Joan Crawford. Joan and Robert starred in four films … More Cherishing Robert Young in ‘The Shining Hour’ (1938)
Today we reminisce about Joan & Adrian, Adrian & Alaïa “Be true to yourself first. Study, work, and don’t be afraid to stand up for your beliefs. The odds are great but the joy of creating is greater still.” ADRIAN Adrian Adolph Greenburg was born in Naugatuck, Connecticut, on March 3, 1903, to Gilbert and … More Joan & Adrian, Adrian & Alaïa
The day that Gabriela and I have been waiting for for months has finally arrived, the day on which we get to honour our favourite goddess of Nitrate, Miss Joan Crawford! We cannot wait to read your contributions! Gabriela and I will be hosting all three days jointly, so you can comment on either of … More All Hail the Queen! The Joan Crawford: Queen of the Silver Screen Blogathon has arrived!
Today we reminisce about Spring Fever (1927) Directed by Edward Sedgewick Starring: William Haines, Joan Crawford, George Fawcett * Published specifically for the Joan Crawford: Queen of the Silver Screen Blogathon hosted by myself and Gabriela at Pale Writer * “Golf was invented by the Dutch in an effort to make the Scotch forget bagpipes. … More Classic Film Talk: ‘Spring Fever’ (1927)
I had always been interested in pop culture while growing up; loving television shows like Entertainment Tonight and completing People crossword puzzles in my spare time. Not being much of a bookworm other than for academic purposes, I did not discover the joy of celebrity biographies and autobiographies until I was in my late teens. … More Announcing the Joan Crawford: Queen of the Silver Screen Blogathon