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Darwin Porter – Believe him or not? PT 2.

October 26, 2017 // 0 Comments

  Part 2 contains more of the revelations to be found in the Darwin Porter best seller ‘Katharine the Great’, his biography of Katharine Hepburn. Below are more random statements about the private lives of Miss Hepburn (and others). Judge for yourself how much you believe or do not believe. Ernest Hemingway *Kate took her ship-board romance with legendary writer Ernest Hemingway [...]

What was Veronica Lake really like?

March 21, 2016 // 8 Comments

  Veronica Lake became famous during World War Two, primarily because of her silly ‘Peekaboo’ hair style that was copied by thousands of young women employed in the war industry. I recently watched her in a quaint little 1942 film called Sullivan’s Travels and I was surprised to find her giving a really enjoyable performance alongside Joel McCrea. The picture was written and [...]