1/31/10

Reading is Just Sexy


Thanks to Jenn for the idea. (She doesn't sell them.)
Take the graphic below and design your own at:
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Marilyn Monroe
Marilyn Monroe
Marilyn Monroe
I just finished reading The Good Rat by Jimmy Breslin, and I'm about done with Inferno: The Fiery Destruction of Hamburg, 1943 by Keith Lowe, both of which are excellent (depending on your personal tastes). And next up is Hiding in Plain Sight: The Secret Life of Raymond Burr by Michael Seth Starr.
So what are you reading?

1/27/10

Having a Field Day

Betty Field
Betty Field was an excellent actress
on both stage and screen.
Betty Field
Betty Field
Betty Field
Betty Field
Betty Field

1/26/10

Stupid Girl

Ellen Foley
Raccoon eye makeup girl Ellen Foley.
Ellen Foley

What's a Matter Baby - Ellen Foley

Read My Lips - Ellen Foley

Stupid Girl - Ellen Foley
Ellen Foley

1/23/10

1/22/10

Sweet B-A-B-Y


Akron's own Rachel Sweet.

B-A-B-Y - Rachel Sweet

Sad Song - Rachel Sweet

Baby, Let's Play House - Rachel Sweet

Pin a Medal on Mary - Rachel Sweet

Tonight - Rachel Sweet

Then He Kissed Me, Be My Baby - Rachel Sweet

1/18/10

A Cry in the Night

Natalie Wood
A Cry in the Night (1956) was directed by Frank Tuttle, who made Puritan Passions (1923), A Kiss in the Dark (1925), and This Gun For Hire (1942). Young Natalie Wood, who was lost between The Searchers and The Burning Hills, plays a headstrong girl who needs to learn her lesson after rebelling without a cause. Edmond O'Brien plays Natalie's overwrought father and overacts a storm. Brian Donlevy, the man with "the shortest arms in Hollywood," plays a no-nonsense detective. Richard Anderson, who made a career out of playing dweebs, is Natalie's concerned boyfriend. Closet case Raymond Burr, who had just finished Godzilla and was not yet Perry Mason, plays a nutjob who kidnaps Natalie. The poster for A Cry in the Night is slightly better than the movie. (And this is what passes for serious and insightful film criticism here at Starlet Showcase? Oh my!)
Natalie Wood
Natalie Wood
Natalie Wood
Natalie Wood
Natalie Wood
Natalie Wood
Natalie Wood
Natalie Wood
Natalie Wood
Natalie Wood
Natalie Wood
Natalie Wood
Natalie Wood
Natalie Wood
(Also see Cry Terror, Cry Danger, and Cry Babies.)