Photoplay

15 Jul 19
magazinesthenandnow

Cover girls: After a few months away, the perennials are back! May 1961: Debbie makes a triumphant return to Photoplay’s cover June 1961: As does Elizabeth Taylor, with her adorable dog July 1961: Debbie again, with Carrie Fisher Aug. 1961: And if it’s Tuesday, it must be bedlam: Tuesday Weld

15 Jul 19
Disney Addicts

This “Death-defying” “free falling” doomed elevator in the eerily haunted Tower of Terror located in Hollywood Studios is satisfyingly haunting as you take a ride to the Twilight Zone! Doo-Do-Doo-Do.   The Tower of Terror is easily one of the best and most sought after attraction in Hollywood Studios, I mean my five-year-old asks to go […]

15 Jul 19
Watch This Space

The article in Variety was, really, little more than a blurb. But it got my attention. Reading it I felt sympathy for the individual affected by hard financial circumstances. Locked Out Hollywood, Oct 18 (1938) With a bankroll of $2,250 earned acting in RKO’s ‘Ginga Din,’ Anna May has no place to park her trunk. […]

14 Jul 19
Jean G-Owen

Congeries: A Collection of Creative Writing was launched on 11 July at Morley College, Lambeth. There was a great turn-out, the wine flowed, as did Mike Walker’s speech, and readings from Bridget Neate, Nicky Sullivan and Arthur Nightingale. If you want a copy of Congeries: A Collection of Creative Writing at £6.99 please contact Jean […]

13 Jul 19
humanity is the real religion to follow

Illusion, the distortion of the senses which is created by you only. It creates a photoplay in your mind, in which all the roles are marshalled by yourself. It create many fisticuffs in your life because your mind which controls your “yoga karka chakras” means the six senses is out of your supremacy. Illusions makes […]

12 Jul 19
The Baz

As popular as Basil was, I’m sure he received an enormous number of fan letters. The following letters are just a few of those that were published in fan magazines: BASIL NO BAD MAN It seems to me Hollywood is making a mistake in continually casting Basil Rathbone as a screen menace. The fact that […]

11 Jul 19
Archy news nety

CLOSE TO The City of Detroit has announced that city workers would place thousands of extra sandbags in the Jefferson Chalmers district. Tanya Wildt, Detroit Free Press The flood of Jefferson Chalmers can continue for a few more weeks as the lake level rises and Detroit tries to protect the neighborhood with a new round […]

11 Jul 19
Kate Russell - Writer

Well, my laptop decided to chuck a wobbly tonight, but my time was not wasted. I did some research using actual books, not the internet. Yes, children, believe it or not, books are useful too! The book about the Chauvels is my Mum’s. It’s a fascinating story. The Chauvels really were pioneers of film making […]

10 Jul 19

Greetings friends and fellow crafters. It’s LeeAnn and I am so excited for this month with Scrapping For Less. All of these cards were made using the 6″x6″ Campfire and Riverside paper pad by PhotoPlay.  For this first card it gives every reason I love going camping. I really miss the days we would join […]

10 Jul 19
LeeAnn Gets Crafty

Greetings friends and fellow crafters. It’s LeeAnn and I am so excited for this month with Scrapping For Less. For this first card it gives every reason I love going camping. I really miss the days we would join the family out at the camp in the Florida Everglades and have fun all weekend without […]

10 Jul 19
Archy news nety

CLOSE TO Watch Cassius Winston, Xavier Tillman, Aaron Henry and other Michigan State basketball players at the Moneyball Pro-Am Nathaniel Bott, Lansing State Journal 1. I understand why Michigan State coaches such as Julius Marble DIMONDALE – Moneyball Pro-Am player evaluations can be misleading. How players fit into a high-talent, low-defense, dubious selection, summer competition […]

09 Jul 19
The Hyperion

“Early silent screen star, Annette Kellerman helped redefine gender norms in the United States by openly displaying her body as the feminine ideal of health and fitness. During the first two decades of the twentieth century, the Australian-born swimmer, vaudevillian, and film star achieved worldwide popularity for both her athletic prowess as a long-distance swimmer […]

07 Jul 19

Hey, there! It’s Lynnea! I’m so excited about this month’s theme from Scrapping for Less – Under the Stars! I created a cute little critter campfire scene! And scroll down to see the video! I this this little scene is super cute, don’t you?! I started by cutting down some patterned papers from the Photoplay […]

07 Jul 19
Lillian Gish

The Life and Legend of Louis B. Mayer By SCOTT EYMAN IN THE SUMMER of 1944, when he looked out his window on the third floor of the Thalberg Building, Louis B. Mayer saw a studio—his studio—that covered 167 acres. Lot 1 encompassed seventy-two acres, housed all the thirty soundstages, office buildings, and dressing rooms, […]

05 Jul 19
Archy news nety

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