Download Hollywood Warts ‘N’ All Vol 1 here for only $1.99

February 7, 2016 // 0 Comments

Hollywood Warts ‘N’ All eBook available for download here at a heavily discounted price. Over 640 pages Normally retails on Amazon for $4.99 Get your copy here for just $1.99 You get five different eBook formats with your purchase MOBI, EPUB, AZW3, LRF and PDF The ultimate collection of scandals, on-set feuds and affairs, humorous anecdotes, behind the scenes tragedies, studio [...]

Thank You for Your Ongoing Support

January 14, 2016 // 6 Comments

Thank you all for taking an interest in our site. ‘Hollywood Warts ‘N’ All Volume Two’ is now available on Amazon Kindle, containing data on nearly 600 movies old and new. If you enjoyed volume one this latest release is sure to interest you. See larger image Hollywood Warts ‘N’ All, Volume 1 List Price: Price Not Listed Kindle Edition: Check Amazon for Pricing [...]

Actors marrying other actors – PT 20.

January 17, 2017 // 0 Comments

  Frances DEE                                     Joel McCREA                       (1933 – 90)    his death   Frances & Joel in Wells Fargo (1937) By all accounts Joel McCrea was one of the nicest men to ever become a big movie star. He had it all. He was tall, handsome, sincere, extremely affable and soft-spoken. And he [...]

WAMPAS Baby Stars of 1927.

January 15, 2017 // 2 Comments

  Patricia Avery (1902-73) Boston-born Patricia Avery must have wondered ‘what the hell happened?’ After starring opposite superstar Lillian Gish in Annie Laurie, immediately making two more films and then being chosen as a WAMPAS Baby Star – all in 1927 – her star seemed set to soar above the Hollywood heavens. However, one more role in 1928 and her promising career came to a [...]

My Top Ten Movies of 1967.

January 13, 2017 // 2 Comments

                                                                                        #10        THE FLIM-FLAM MAN       Sue Lyon                                                  George C. Scott The Flim-Flam Man is an entertaining conman caper, greatly aided by the presence of George C. Scott who is seldom dull. [...]

Past Oscars Pt 8 – (1982-88).

January 11, 2017 // 0 Comments

          1982              Gandhi – Best Picture                         Ben Kingsley – Gandhi                         Meryl Streep –  Sophie’s Choice                         Lou Gossett Jr – An Officer and a Gentleman                         Jessica Lange – Tootsie [...]

Lavinia & Kim’s Top 15 TV hunks.

January 9, 2017 // 2 Comments

  Here are the fifteen ‘hunks’ that my wife Lavinia and her pal Kim democratically arrived at. Personally, I wouldn’t have a cup of coffee with any of them, but then that is why I asked them to help me out. Male ‘hunks’ have never been my thing. Female ‘hunks’ are more my go. Politically incorrect? Probably. Do I care? Not a whit. 15        [...]

My all-time top 15 favorite females in TV series.

January 7, 2017 // 0 Comments

  The really neat thing about writing your own blog is that you can choose any subject you feel like choosing, and it doesn’t really matter if nobody agrees with you. This article focuses on the ladies I have found to be the most attractive (to me) over the 57 years I have been watching television. As far as attractive males is concerned, I was unable to think of a single one, so I [...]

A dozen interesting ladies.

January 5, 2017 // 0 Comments

  Courteney Cox                                       The ‘Dancing in the Dark’ video clip that started it all for Courteney in 1984. Hailing from an affluent family background in Birmingham, Alabama, Courteney Cox was first nationally noticed in the Bruce Springsteen video clip of his 1984 hit Dancing in the Dark. Looking about fourteen years old (she was [...]

My Top 50 child stars in movies & TV – PT2 – (25-1)

January 3, 2017 // 2 Comments

        25          ANNA CHLUMSKY (1980 – ) Anna Chlumsky gained international fame when she made My Girl and My Girl 2 in the early nineties, although it would be reasonable to say that the first of those films was successful because it was shot a year after her co-star Macaulay Culkin hit it big with Home Alone. Anna was very good in it nevertheless. Today’s TV [...]

My 50 top child actors in movies & TV history – PT 1 (50-26)

January 1, 2017 // 0 Comments

         50          KEVIN ‘MOOCHIE’ CORCORAN (1949-2015) In the fifties he was a favorite of Walt Disney, appearing in movies such as Old Yeller (1957), The Shaggy Dog (1959) and Swiss Family Robinson (1960). Kevin was married to the same woman for 43 years until his death from colorectal cancer at 66.      49          CARL ‘ALFALFA’ SWITZER [...]

‘They Died With Their Boots On’ (1941)

December 30, 2016 // 0 Comments

  Any resemblance in this movie to actual fact is pretty much accidental. The storyline is complete Hollywood hokum, and it is a good thing that Libbie Custer, George Armstrong’s widow, did not live to see it. She died eight years earlier in 1933. Even she would have shaken her head at some of the liberties taken with the truth, and she was a lady who spent over half a century [...]
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